Uttar Pradesh Government has crafted a master plan to make Naimisharanya a global center of spiritual, religious, and eco-tourism . The master plan calls for the rejuvenation of Misrikh-Neemsar in Sitapur and Naimisharanya .
Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh) India December 8 : According to a statement issued by the state government, the Uttar Pradesh Government, led by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, has crafted a master plan to make Naimisharanya into a global center of spiritual, religious, and eco-tourism.The master plan, which was released by the State Department, is part of the State Government's ongoing effort to transform all religio-cultural and spiritual centers of the In addition, the master plan calls for the rejuvenation of Misrikh-Neemsar in Sitapur and Naimisharanya.According to the Council of Ministers, Durga Shankar Mishra, has already given instructions in this regard to top officials in the Tourism department.UP Chief Secretary Durga Shankar Mishra recently proposed to convert Naimisharanya into a spiritual tourism center due to its mythological significance.The Department of Architecture and Planning of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University, Lucknow, made a presentation in this regard.In the presence of the Chief Secretary, the presentation was made on behalf of the Tourism Department, highlighting the complete master plan for the development of Naimisharanya, which is part of the State Government's ongoing program to convert all religio-cultural and spiritual centers of the state into attractive tourist destinations.Due to its diverse natural and man-made attractions, the region has been divided into four tourism zones.During the meeting, Principal Secretary of the Tourism Department Mukesh Meshram discussed the issue of traffic congestion due to the presence of many gates in the Maa Lalita Devi temple and a number of shops in front of the temple, adding that the masterplan would also include cleaning and upgrading of Chakrateerth Kund, Gaukund, Satsang Bhawan, meeting place and waiting area, Godavari Kund, and Brahma Kund. The city as a unit will be expanded along with religious spaces, as a whole.As well as the city's entrances, transit nodes will be built.Aside from this, dedicated parking lots will be established around the city.In addition, charging stations for electric vehicles as well as common public facilities such as a tourist facilitation center, Dharamshala, and a food court will be developed. Besides, tourist facilitation centers will be established in accordance with the city's cultural and historical context.A waiting area, a cafeteria, a changing room, and restrooms will be provided, as well as a widening of the city.Non-Motorized Transport (NMT), which aims to minimize the carbon footprint, was also planned, according to Mukesh Meshram.Since Sitapur is largely dependent on groundwater sources, he said that a second source of water needs to be planned to avoid groundwater depletion. He said that rainwater harvesting facilities should be included in all public buildings, including new ones.A rainwater system.Lucknow, December 8: The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has prepared a master plan to make Naimisharanya a global center of spiritual, religious, and eco-tourism.In addition, the entrance to the Chakra Teerth to the changing and toilet block will be upgraded. In addition, Dadhichi Kund will be renovated.Naimisharanya's revitalization is being planned in three ways.The Tourism department will regenerate all the religious places under the first plan.Chakra Teerth Temple, Maa Lalita Devi Temple, Dadhichi Kund, transit nodes at the entrance to towns, common public spaces, the construction of 84 Kosi Parikrama Path, and tourism-based infrastructure are among the concepts included in the second plan. The third initiative focuses on introducing PPP-based hotels, EV charging stations, parking lots, and commercial spaces.