The Uttar Pradesh government has sanctioned three primary routes to the temple site that would allow visitors to receive “darshan” notwithstanding the continuing building of the Ram temple and the regular flow of worshippers to Ayodhya.
Two of these roads are already being built, according to government authorities. Ram Path, one of these three paths, will connect Sahadatganj and Naya Ghat across a 13-kilometer distance.
The road’s construction would cost 400 crore, and the procurement procedure is over. After the government authorised the major route, a committee also performed a survey of it.
Before construction on building the main approach road to the Ram temple gets started, the villagers along the route who own homes, own businesses, or operate other facilities will be given rehabilitation.
The other path, known as the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Path, would take Birla Dharmashala via the Sugreev fort and link to the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi temple. This route’s construction is now in full swing. Although it was once anticipated that the building would be finished by November, authorities now predict that it will continue until December.
The road would be ready by December of this year, according to Ayodhya Mandal commissioner Navdeep Rinwa.
The third route will travel through Hanumangarhi to link the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Temple to Singar Ghat. According to authorities, construction on this corridor is moving very quickly, and most of the land losers along it have already received compensation.
“Work will begin when some other places have been cleared. Once complete, the path will aid in bringing more guests to the shrine. The Ram Janmabhoomi Path Marg would allow worshippers to get darshan and save time. Since the current work is sustainable, there won’t need to be any more repairs for at least a while, “Ayodhya resident Kamala Prabhat Singh remarked.