Karnataka Minister wants to develop Ramadevarabetta as ‘Ayodhya of South’


Bengaluru: The Bommai authorities is mulling to develop Ramadevarabetta in Karnataka’s Ramanagara district because the ‘Ayodhya of the South’, sources mentioned on Thursday.

This comes after a letter written by a minister urging for growing the place.

Dr. CN Ashwath Narayan, District in-charge Minister of Ramanagara and minister for Increased Education, IT and BT has written to Chief Minister Basavaraja Bommai and Muzrai Minister Shashikala Jolle, Narayan demanding that Ramadevarabetta be developed as ‘the Ayodhya of South India’.

Sources mentioned that Sri Ram temple can be constructed utilizing 19 acres of house which belong to the Division of Muzrai at Ramadevarabetta.

Ashwath Narayan additionally acknowledged within the letter that the place is a outstanding vulture conserved space within the nation which might assist to painting tradition in addition to nurture tourism.

He additionally urged Chief Minister Basavaraja Bommai to represent a growth committee to construct the temple at Ramadevarabetta on the strains of Sri Ram temple at Ayodhya.

There’s a sturdy perception among the many folks of the area that Sugriva (Ramayana) put in Ramadevarabetta. Contemplating the spiritual emotions of the folks of the district, BJP is contemplating growing Ramadevarabetta as a heritage and enticing vacationer spot.

People additionally imagine that Sri Rama spent a 12 months right here throughout his days of exile within the forest, together with Sita and Lakshmana. In addition they imagine that seven nice sages did their penance right here. The normal connection between Ramadevarabetta and Ramayana dates again to the period of ‘Tretayug’.

Ramadevarabetta is situated at a distance of fifty km from Bengaluru on the Bengaluru-Mysuru freeway.

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