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Ayodhya to make Rs. 6 lac Crores in 3 Years
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It feels like we’re celebrating Diwali in January, doesn’t it? That’s the vibe in Ayodhya right now, and it’s not just about sparklers and sweets. 

The excitement of Ram Mandir was years in the making, and its grand opening is a symbol of hope for millions across India. Along with being about faith, Ayodhya is all about progress, as the city is ready to turn into a thriving hub of business and opportunity.

Ayodhya’s Billion Dollar Vision with Ram Mandir

The Indian Government has committed a whopping ₹15,000 crore for Ayodhya’s development, with the 2031 master plan envisioning a ₹85,000 crore makeover. Forget the boring, structured buildings. We’re talking about crafting a sustainable future — cutting-edge facilities, happy tourists, and a plan that honors the sacred Sarayu with every twist and turn.

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Grand Ambitions:

Ayodhya’s aiming for bigger things. Authorities envision an enormous 3 lakh pilgrims after the temple’s grand opening, a collaboration of 37 states and agencies showcasing the collective effort to transform Ayodhya. By 2031, this isn’t just a city; it’s a magnet, attracting 4 crore visitors annually, significantly boosting the region’s economy.

Building a New Ayodhya:

The UP government is developing a 1000-acre new Ayodhya township to accommodate this surge. Imagine a city that has ancient charm but is equipped with state-of-the-art infrastructure, sprawling green spaces, and a river-centric design. Rather than just attracting tourists, it’s about creating a sustainable, livable city for its residents.

Hotel Boom:

Big names like the Indian Hotels Company, Marriott International, Sarovar, and Wyndham Hotels and Resorts are lining up, eager to build their empires within these sacred walls. While most of these grand hotels are expected to open after 2024, some, like the Radisson Hotel Group, plan to be operational before the consecration ceremony. 

In response to a 350% increase in searches for Ayodhya, OYO has already launched 65 hotels and homes strategically located near key landmarks. Hospitality experts predict that Ayodhya will become a major spiritual destination on par with Vatican City and Mecca by 2025. This influx of tourists will surely give the local economy a major boost.

The Real Estate Gold Rush

This transformation isn’t just a pretty picture on a development board. It’s already unfolding, brick by brick, rupee by rupee. Land in Ayodhya is hotter than samosas at a Ramlila fair, with prices spiraling upwards. Since the groundbreaking ceremony in Aug 2021, land prices and transactions have risen by 50%. Big names like Amitabh Bachchan and the Lodha Group are investing in prime real estate along the majestic Sarayu River. 

From Chalkboard to Cash Register

Ayodhya used to be all books and blackboards, a hub for aspiring minds fueled by an 86.52% literacy rate. But the Ram Mandir’s construction has rewritten the script. Once seeking their fortunes elsewhere, Youngblood returns home, eyes shining with entrepreneurial fire. These pioneers of Ayodhya’s new chapter built homestays and guesthouses to welcome a surging tide of pilgrims.

Vocal for Local:

Local traders are switching from traditional to diversification. Think aromatic street food, not just samosas, but a global feast for every palate. Young minds are returning, their suitcases bursting with fresh ideas. Restaurants, cafes, and shops are transforming, reflecting the city’s vibrant, evolving soul. It is expected to substantially surge local employment opportunities, aligning perfectly with the Indian government’s “Vocal for Local” initiative.

Experts predict Ayodhya could bring in a staggering ₹6 lakh crore over the next three years, with pilgrims leaving a trail of rupee bills behind them. Each traveler, they say, will spend an average of ₹3,000 per day, fueling local transport, shopping sprees, and even that extra samosa [Source: Moneycontrol]. 

And that’s just the beginning. With an expected influx of foreign tourists, Ayodhya is poised to become a major player in a unique cultural economy, proving that spirituality and prosperity can go hand in hand.

So, the next time you hear about Ayodhya, don’t just picture pilgrims flocking to the temple. Imagine the bustling streets, the entrepreneurial spirit, and the promise of a city that’s rising spiritually and economically.

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I’m Archana R. Chettiar, an experienced content creator with
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