The Lord Ram Museum should be the center of tourist attraction

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said the efforts made by Tulsi Manas Pratishthan to sensitize the youth to Lord Ram and his ideals are commendable.

A museum based on an episode between Lord Ram and Manas will be built on the premises of the establishment, which will surely establish itself as an attractive and inspiring place. The museum should be developed in such a way that tourists visiting Bhopal should also visit it.

Giving information about Lord Ram’s life, Ayodhya prasang and Lord Ram’s ideals and plan to visit Ayodhya, Ram’s birthplace and planning to visit Ram Janambhoomi is commendable. Any possible cooperation will be provided by the state government in the work of the establishment.

Premier Chouhan chaired the meeting of the school’s management committee today. Prime Minister Chouhan is also the President of this institution. Chief Minister Chouhan said visiting the museum would make it easier for students to absorb Ram’s teachings. The necessary financial support will also be provided to the establishment for the establishment of this museum.

Acting President of the Raghunandan Sharma establishment, informed that the knowledge of Ramcharit Manas is disseminated for the propagation of harmony in the society. Efforts are made for the promotion of Tulsi Manas in educational centers and disadvantaged sections of society. The competition is organized in collaboration with the Department of School Education and Culture, to assess the level of knowledge of students.

The teaching of Sunderkand in Hindi started in the first year classes of graduation level in colleges in the state. The process of including chapters related to Ramcharit Manas and Ayodhya episode in the program is also ongoing. Workshops are organized by the establishment with the help of educators at departmental level.

The process of approval by the Government of India for the establishment of the Ram Museum at Tulsi Manas Pratishthan is ongoing. For this cooperation is expected from the state government.

Chief Minister Chouhan received a copy of Tulsi Manas Bharti and Swarna Jayanti’s issue of the establishment’s monthly magazine. The organizer of the establishment, Rajendra Sharma proposed the vote of thanks. Kailash Joshi, Foundation Secretary, Prabhudayal Mishra, Editor of Tulsi Manas Bharti, Members Vijaydutt Shridhar, Ramesh Sharma, Kamlesh Jaimini, Mahesh Saxena, Madhav Singh Dangi, Sushila Shukla etc. were present.

Chief Minister Chouhan paid tribute by garlanding the statue of Goswami Tulsi Das ji at Tulsi Manas Pratishthan. He also inaugurated the newly constructed Pt Ramkinkar Upadhyay Library and Research Center.

Keith P. Plain