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Development of Chitrakoot, launching of Vedic Clock… MP is becoming a center of spiritual and cultural tourism.

Nita Yadav

By Nita Yadav

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Madhya Pradesh CM Mohan Yadav

Six months of Mohan Yadav’s government in Madhya Pradesh have been completed. In the last six months, a lot of emphasis is being laid on the development of spiritual and cultural tourism in the state. The state government is taking the mission strongly forward to fulfill the pledge of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Many important decisions have been taken to preserve the dignity of spiritual and eternal tradition in the state.

During the tenure of the Mohan Yadav government in the state, it has been decided to develop Chitrakoot like Ayodhya. A phased action plan has been drawn up to develop all the important places on the Ram One Path Gaman Marg, including Chitrakoot. The government has decided to develop this route as a grand religious center. It will also create employment opportunities in the surrounding areas.

Krishna Path will also be renovated

There are a total of 23 major religious places in the action plan prepared for Ram One Path Gaman. For example, Satna, Panna, Katni, Amarkantak, Shahdol and Umaria etc. Apart from this, it has been decided to develop the places where Lord Krishna’s feet fell as places of pilgrimage.

During the tenure of the Mohan Yadav government, in February this year, Prime Minister Modi launched the world’s first Vikramaditya Vedic Clock on the occasion of Vikramotsava. The Vedic clock is part of the Indian time-keeping tradition. On this occasion the whole world saw the Vedic clock. Thus, CM Yadav has taken many important decisions for the cultural and spiritual upliftment of the state.

Air travel facility to pilgrimage cities

Now the government has decided that helicopter service will be started from Indore to Ujjain, Mandalashwar Jyotirling and Jabalpur to Chitrakoot, Gwalior to Orchha and Pitambara Peeth. PM Shree Paryatan Air Service has been launched to facilitate air travel for tourists. Apart from this, the state government has also decided to build a Dharamshala in Ayodhya for the devotees.

To promote spiritual tourism, the government has also decided to promote cottage industries. In cottage industry, self-help groups have decided to produce only clothes, jewellery, make-up materials, metal and stone idols. According to the decision of the government, the youth will be trained by the nominated artists.

Conservation and development of six heritage sites of the state

6 heritage sites of the state have been included in the UNESCO World Heritage Centre. It includes historical sites like Gwalior Fort, Dhamnar Historical Group, Bhojeshwar Mahadev Temple of Bhojpur, Rock Art Sites of Chambal Valley, Khooni Bhandara, Burhanpur and Gond Memorial of Ramnagar, Mandala. To boost cruise tourism in the state, the MP Tourism Board has entered into an agreement with the Inland Waterways Authority of India and the Government of Gujarat. Under this, it will be operated from Ekatmadham (Statue of Oneness) in Omkareshwar to Statue of Unity in Kevadia, Gujarat.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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