There has been a spike in the number of visitors to the town after Lord Ram’s Pran Pratishtha ritual at the Ayodhya shrine.
Investments in the hospitality industry have increased as a result of this upturn in order to maximize tourism potential and serve the expanding number of tourists.
According to a news statement from the UP Chief Minister’s Office, “In line with this trend, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed on January 27 in the presence of Tourism Director Prakhar Mishra, sealing a partnership with the American firm Anjali Investments LLC at Paryatan Bhawan.”
The establishment of a 100-room resort in Ayodhya is the main objective of the deal. This project is positioned to improve the facilities offered to visitors and guests, promoting the expansion of tourism in the area.
Ramesh Nangurnoori, a Hyderabadi businessman involved in real estate and other US ventures, is the company’s leader.
“The resort wants to improve the amenities offered to visitors and guests, which will help the tourism industry in the area as a whole. In the announcement, Ramesh Nangurnoori emphasized the strategic choice to invest in Ayodhya’s hotel industry, pointing to the significant potential for tourism following the dedication of the Ram temple.
“Suitable site has already been found, and development is expected to start shortly after the Memorandum of Understanding with Uttar Pradesh Tourism was signed. The tourism department’s investor-friendly policies were commended by the investor,” it continued.
The building of the hotel and resort, according to Director of Tourism Prakhar Mishra, will improve visitors’ whole experience when they visit the Shri Ram Temple in Ayodhya. It is projected that the number of tourists would rise, creating additional job opportunities for the local population.
Minister of tourist and Culture Jaiveer Singh echoed these thoughts by highlighting Uttar Pradesh’s explosive growth in the travel and tourist industry. According to the announcement, “continuous efforts are underway to attract more foreign tourists.” The state now leads in internal tourism.