The appearance of these religious places of Rajasthan will change, Khatu Dham will shine, read the news

Jaipur : Many announcements were made for religious places on Wednesday in the first full budget of the Bhajan Lal government. Now soon the face of major religious places of the capital and other districts of the state will change. The temples coming under the Devsthan Department will now be glittering with lights. On the lines of other temples, arrangements for decoration will also be made in these. In about 600 temples of Rajasthan, there will be special decorations, Aarti and Rudrabhishek along with other rituals on Diwali, Holi, Shivratri and Ramnavami along with other festivals. For this a proposal of Rs 13 crore has been passed in the budget.

Development will take place in Khatu Dham on the lines of Ayodhya and Kashi

On the same lines, a provision of Rs 100 crore has been announced for building a corridor in Khatushyamji and giving grandeur to the temple, so that it can be developed on the lines of Ayodhya and Kashi.

The appearance of these temples will also change

Development work will be carried out in Jamvay Mata Mandir Jamwaramgarh, Radha Madhav Mandir in Jaipur, Mataji Mavliyan Mandir and Ganesh Mandir. Along with the overall development of Sitabari-Baran, Kamalnath Mahadev and Jawar Mata Mandir-Udaipur and the surrounding places, facilities for travellers will be developed. Memorials of tribal heroes Dungar Baranda and Basia Charpota will be constructed in Dungarpur and Banswara respectively and Veer Balika Kalibai Museum will be constructed in Udaipur.

20 crore rupees for the renovation of stepwells

Finance Minister Diya Kumari announced a budget of Rs 20 crore for the renovation of Jaipur and Amer’s stepwells and for conserving rainwater. This has been welcomed by Tal Katora and Kadamba Kund Vikas Samiti. President Manish Soni said that in the column Heritage Window published in Rajasthan Patrika last month, journalist Jitendra Singh Shekhawat had written a series on Jaipur and Amer’s stepwells and water conservation sources, in which about 47 stepwells were mentioned. Along with their history, their current condition and government neglect were also mentioned.