This District of UP Got a Big Gift of Hanuman Temple Corridor

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This District of UP Got a Big Gift of Hanuman Temple Corridor

UP Mandir Big Update: The aim is to make the Bade Hanuman Mandir Corridor like the Mahakal Corridor of Kashi Vishwanath Dham, Vindhyachal Dham, Ayodhya and Ujjain. The Defense Estates Department has sent the report to the Defense Ministry after a joint survey of the Prayagraj Fair Authority and the Army.

The first priority of the Yogi government is to rebuild the pilgrimage sites of Prayagraj before the Mahakumbh. Hanuman temple will be transformed to increase religious tourism. 11589 square meters of land has been acquired around the temple.

Parikrama path will be made from the huge sanctum sanctorum

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The sanctum sanctorum and circumambulation path of the Bada Hanuman temple will be built in 535 square meters. 2184 square meters of space has been given to the corridor area. 6176 square meters of open area in the corridor area will be available for pathways, worship services, flower shops and tourists. Also, 1310 square meter land has been proposed for corridor road and 760 square meter pedestrian circuit path. Also, the Prayagraj Fair Authority has proposed to construct an exhibition worth around Rs 40 crore.

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Chief Secretary Durga Shankar Mishra has discussed with the officials to take the temple corridor project forward. The design of Hanuman temple corridor has been completed, said ADM Kumbh Mela Dayanand Prasad. The portal asks for NOC. We will work on this dream plan as soon as we get permission from the army. Military authorities and the fair authority have conducted a joint survey on the Hanuman Temple Corridor project. This report has been sent to the Defense Ministry along with justification. Permission waits at the top level.

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Publish Date: December 29, 2023

Posted By Sunil

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