After the revamp happening of Lord Krishna and his temples in the state of Rajasthan, a proposal of Lord Balaji is on the way up. Covering a cost of about 90 crores INR, 6 temples of Lord Hanuman in 4 different districts are going to be reworked upon.
For the same, Devasthan Department (Devasthan), Forest Department (Van Vibhaag), Department of Archaeology and Museums (Puratatva Vibhaag) and Department of Tourism (Paryatan Vibhaag) will work together.
Devasthan Department manages and controls religious and charitable institutions and temples which are transferred to the modern Rajasthan State by the rulers of princely states at the time of their merger into the states of India.
100 per cent of funding will be done by Central Tourism Department. The proposal for the same will be sent to the ministry within the next 20 days.
Under the Balaji Tourist Circuit, Samode Palace of Jaipur city, Pandupol of Alwar, Salasar Maharaja of Churu and Mehndipur Balaji of Dausa have been included.
Landscaping around these temples, building of washrooms, ensuring proper water supply and electricity supply is maintained and cleaning of all these former mentioned places regularly will be done.
It will be ensured by the Devasthan Department that prayer and worship, offerings to the Lord etc. is done without fail on an everyday basis.
Greenery and greener patches of land are said to be developed around the temples. This will be ensured by the Forest Department.
The saving of archaeological items and artifacts, their perseverance etc will be done by the Department of Archaeology and Museums to ensure quality services and experience to the tourists who visit the temples.
For all the above mentioned requisites, the Central Tourism Department has already given a green signal.
To build the Krishna Tourist Circuit in the state of Rajasthan, 91.45 crores of INR and a budget for the same has been sanctioned. In the coming two months, the project is expected to be initiated after the passing of its budget. Under this project, many temples including the eminent temple of Govind Dev Ji temple has also been included.
According to some informative sources, a proposal for the Desert Tourist Circuit has been sent to the Central government.
Under the Desert Tourist Circuit, 10 palaces of the state will be protected and archaeological remains and artifacts of the same will be protected and revamped.
The decision for these sent proposals has almost been finalized by the Tourism Department.