A meeting of the enlightened class was held on Tuesday to discuss Vision 2030, organized by the Devasthan Department at the Excise Department's hall. During the meeting, the youth proposed the promotion of religious tourism by creating a circuit that includes the major temples of Mewar and Vagad. Additionally, there was an emphasis on arranging cycle tours for the youth.
Vineet Sanadhya from Dwarkadhish Kankroli and Satish Sharma, Secretary of the Maharana Pratap Memorial Committee, expressed that Udaipur holds a unique position geographically. To its north lies Shrinathji, Kankroli, Tripura Sundari to the south, and Saawariya Seth to the east. In the same vein, Dungarpur boasts several temples, including Devsomnath. They proposed the creation of a circuit that encompasses these sites, ensuring that any tourist visiting Udaipur would have the opportunity to explore them all. It is worth noting that this circuit has been sought after for the past decade. This suggestion is now set to be incorporated into the Vision 2030 documents, raising hopes for progress in this direction.
Department made year-long calendar
During the meeting, a suggestion was put forth to the Devasthan Department regarding the creation of a year-long tourism calendar. Additionally, the idea of engaging the youth in pilgrimages and temple visits through cycle tours was emphasized. Harish Rajani, former president of Rajasthan Sindhi Academy, highlighted the necessity of effectively promoting the Mokshadham Yojana and Sindhu Darshan Yojana.
The gathering included Assistant Commissioner of the Devasthan Department, Jatin Gandhi, along with Additional Commissioner Mukesh Chaudhary, Deputy Commissioner Sunil Mattad, Inspectors Sunil Meena and Sanjay Dave, as well as OP Mahatma. Ashok Shah from Jain Dasha Humd Samaj suggested that the department's vacant lands, which are often encroached upon by others, could be leased for the establishment of schools, hospitals, and other facilities.
Consultation Assembly for Rajasthan Mission 2030
Consequently, a district-level consultation assembly for Rajasthan Mission 2030 took place on Tuesday at the TRI Auditorium under the auspices of Tribal Regional Development Udaipur. Leading the proceedings was TAD Commissioner Tarachand Meena. Shedding light on the mission's objectives, he emphasized that the input from stakeholders and voluntary organizations would serve as a pivotal force in Rajasthan's development. He urged all to contribute to this state government initiative by sharing their suggestions openly, aiming for the betterment and advancement of the scheduled areas.
Laxminarayan Pandya, a distinguished member of the Tribal Advisory Council, put forth a proposal during the meeting. His vision encompassed establishing well-constructed roads to connect all revenue villages and dhanis by 2030, alongside ensuring essential healthcare services and primary education. Throughout the session, an array of suggestions streamed in from various quarters: elected representatives, intellectuals, subject matter experts, stakeholders, and voluntary organizations operating within tribal domains.