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Ram Vanagaman Marg will get the shade of Ramayana carpet trees

Ram Vanagaman Marg will get the shade of Ramayana carpet trees. Bela and jasmine will smell the whole way. The forests of Kadam, Rasal, Ashoka, Parijat, and Jamun etc. will bring to life the surroundings of Tretayuga. Planting of their plants will be done in Vedic manner.

The path through which Lord Shri Ram passed when he was in exile is known in mythological texts as Ram Vanagaman Marg. Ayodhya and 88 tree species are described on this route in the Ramayana composed by Maharishi Valmiki. The Chief Minister’s intention is to plant trees and forests of the same species in Ram Vanagaman Marg and its adjoining gram sabhas. In addition to trees, it also includes shrubs and grasses. A total of 27,720 saplings are to be planted this year.

While going to the forest, Lord Shri Ram had spent the first night on the banks of river Tamasa. This place is also known as Ramchaura (Gauraghat). This year 200 brick guards have been made at this place by Ayodhya Forest Division. Plantation will be done in them in Vedic manner. Similarly, similar plantation is to be done in the temple of Gakrija Mata on the banks of river Bisuhi. Before crossing the Bisuhi river, Lord Shri Ram also offered prayers in this temple. Apart from this, plantation is also to be done at the religious places falling on Ram Vanagaman Marg. In this season 27,000 saplings will also be planted in the gram sabhas around Ram Vanagaman Marg.

Forests of different species (tree groups) will be prepared according to the site in village society plantations such as Kadamba forest, Rasal forest, Ashoka forest, Parijat forest, Jamun forest etc. Plantation will be started in the Vedic manner at each site and will be done by them in the presence of public representatives. There will also be public participation in planting. Photographs of all the proceedings will be collected before planting, in the middle of planting work and at the end of planting.
It includes Ashoka, Sal, Mango, Parijat (Kalpavriksha), Banyan, Sandalwood, Deodaru, Champa, Nagkesar, Punnag, Mahua, Jackfruit, Asan, Lodh, Kadamba, Arjuna, Ak Chitwan, Atimuktak, Mandar, Priyangu, Kesh Bakul, Jamun, Pomegranate, Kovidar Jan (Kachanar), Bel, Khair, Palash, Bahera, Peepal, Ingudi, Sheesham, Karir (Caronda), Bajjul (Cane), Tilak, Palm, Tamal, Amla, Malti (Jasmine), Kush, Gay, Sarkanda , Neem, Mallika (Bella), Betel nut, Bamboo, Chironji, Dhavak (Bakli), Ankol, Tendu, Reetha, Varan, Tinish, Plum, Dhaman, Bhojpatra, Kachnar, Bhilawa, Khas, Salai, Niwar, Chilbil, Kevda, Badhal , Garjan, Shami, Patal, Kund, Kaner, Karjaj, Bijoura, Lisoda, Katak, Siduvar, Kurant, Semal, Muchkund, Siras, Hital, Sarj, Chir, Amaltas, Kutz, Brother Jeev, Padmak, dyes and dates, Raktchandan, Agar, coconut etc. will be included.

Conservator of Forest Ayodhya Mandal Anuruddha Pandey says that according to the intention of Chief Minister Yogi, there is to be plantation of Ramayana trees in Ram Vanagaman Marg. Special attention will be given to plant protection. Brick guards will be installed as per the requirement. In the remaining places, different species of forests will be planted according to the availability of land of the village heads.