Ayodhya: Lord Rama remained barefoot during his exile as his Khadauns were taken by Bharata to place on the throne of Ayodhya. During this, don’t know how many troubles he must have suffered, how many nails and thorns must have pierced his feet. Now his grand temple is being built on the birthplace in Ayodhya. Lakhs of crores of devotees would go to the temple barefoot to have his darshan. The Yogi government is making special roads so that the devotees of Ram do not face any problem. This road is being made in such a way that no matter how hot it is, the feet of those walking on it will not burn. Such roads are being constructed for the first time in the state. Such chemical will be used in the road which will keep the road cool.
Construction is being done on the lines of Kashi Vishwanath Corridor
Let us tell you that a grand Ram temple is being built in Ayodhya, so preparations are being made to provide all kinds of facilities to the devotees. Right now the devotees have to go to the Ram temple through a very narrow lane. But now on the lines of the Kashi Vishwanath corridor, the way to the temple is being widened here. Three paths are being built to go to the Ram temple in Ayodhya – Ram Path, Bhakti Path and Janmabhoomi Path.
Special chemical used in road construction
In these, such technology is being used in the path of devotion that no matter how high the mercury is, this road will not get hot. According to project manager Suraj Chowdhary, special chemical will be used in this road. The 800 meter long Bhakti Path will take the devotees from the Shringar Haat barrier to the Ram temple. Devotees will reach Ram temple via Hanumangarhi, Dasharatha Mahal and Lavkush Mahal on the way. The Bhakti Path to be built with 63 crores will have a five and a half meter wide road and there will be a footpath of four meters on both sides of the road.
Janmabhoomi Path will be the shortest walking route to reach the Ram temple. By walking 566 meters from the Sugriva fort, devotees will be able to visit the Ram temple directly. The Janmabhoomi Path to be built at a cost of Rs 40 crore will be 30 meters wide. The path will have a 7 meter wide asphalt road and a 15.3 meter footpath which is made of red sandstone from Rajasthan. A footpath of 4 by 4 meters is being made on both sides of the road. Two types of lights are being installed here.
1 lakh devotees will be able to visit daily
On the other hand, 14 km long Ram Path is being built from Sahadat Ganj to Naya Ghat in Ayodhya for the Ram temple. The houses and shops that are coming up in these three paths are being made of the same design and a special color scheme has been fixed. Yogi Adityanath has seen the work of these three corridors in Ayodhya today. It is being estimated that when the Ram temple is built in Ayodhya, one lakh devotees will visit the Ram temple daily and by 2047, 100 million devotees will reach Ayodhya annually.