Do we really need Ram Mandir…

I love my hometown Ayodhya. I am glad Ram Mandir is happening. Some people are saying, we don’t need mandir, we need hospitals and schools. So let me tell you something, After 1992, the development of Ayodhya was stopped or ignored by the government or by any cause. The city was crying for its own life. Nothing new was happening nor new was planned for the future.

But after the announcement of Ram mandir by our most honorable court, so many things are happening. People will get lots of opportunities for employment. Not only the big business sectors like Hotel industries, tourism, restaurants, construction’ transport, dairy, and Agro products will be flourished but small traders who are selling varieties like flowers/fruits, drinks, Agarwood, Alta, Camphor, Ghee, Incense. Kumkum, Panchagavya, Rudraksha, Sandalwood; Sindoor, Tulasi, Turmeric, Vibhuti will be benefitted. The international airport is coming, Railway stations is in reconstruction and increasing its platform. Some works are going on for the beautification of the city. I can add more to my fingertips. Hospitals and schools will never give this much to people of Ayodhya. Ayodhya will be the center of attraction instead of being ignored. If people of Ayodhya can get all of these things with a mandir, then why not. 

As being said, The truth will set you free. But in this era, The truth will set you free, but first, it will piss you off. The people who are saying, build hospitals and school, actually, mostly they are the same people who never went to these places. Because of these people, the condition of hospitals and schools is very poor. My father is headmaster (principal) in government primary school. He was handling three schools at a time. In each school, there were 5 classes. 15 classes, one teacher and so many students. He was handling all by himself. He was not only teaching them but also, taking care of mid-day meals and daily documentation of these things all alone. Two years back I was in a government hospital for some medical certificate. The condition was the hospital was very poor. There was no proper equipment for small treatments and doctors were also late. There will be no use of hospitals and schools if they are not systematically driven. What we need is enough teachers, a proper system, good equipment, and well-educated doctors.

Few more things, to accommodate the large numbers of pilgrims, the city will be developed, the infrastructure will be improved. An expert can estimate how much manpower will be required to fulfill all these and how many families will get a better life. And most importantly, not only Hindus will get fruits, but Muslims also will get benefits. A Bhavya Temple will not bring only pilgrims to the place of worship but will also a huge business opportunity for the people living there and around it. It can provide a large no of employment/Rojgar compared to any industry if the same amount is spent. Some of the well-known town’s economy entirely depends on the place of worship it has. Few examples like Tirupati Balaji, Shani Shingnapur, Somnath, Ambaji, Palitana, Shree Nathji, and many more. It is estimated that around 80 lac to 1 crore pilgrims visits Vaishno Devi or Amarnath annually and these both are not easy to go destination. While Ayodhya is connected by road and railways and soon by air. So anybody can imagine the number of visitors Ayodhya will have after mandir is built. #JaiShreeRama

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