Synopsis: The Shipping Minster, Sarbananda Sonowal stated that they are laying a cruise service plan connecting Mathura and Vrindavan, two major cultural and traditional cities of India. The government is planning to build waterways on the bank of the river Yumuna. This will definitely boost tourism in India.
An ambitious plan is laid out by the current government of Uttar Pradesh, India’s 4th largest state. Keeping the travel prospect in mind the government is planning to build waterways on the banks of Yamuna connecting two cultural cities Mathura and Vrindavan. Referring to the same, Sarbananda Sonowal said that they are planning to connect Mathura and Vrindavan with cruise service.
This decision is taken to promote religious and spiritual places in India, and Mathura and Vrindavan is the choicest city to do that.
Minister in a statement said that this will lure the travelers for a tour in Mathura and Vrindavan along with Agra thus boosting the cultural locations. The Union Minister gave a statement at an event at Shankaracharya Ashram, Govardhan. He responded to a question asked by the Shankaracharya about the waterways, shipping, and cruise service for promoting tourism in India.
Sonowal further added that Mathura, Vrindavan, and Gokul will be connected with the waterways built on the river Yamuna. He said that the Chief Minister of UP, Yogi Adityanath has recently met with him to discuss the plan.
Mathura and Vrindavan are the two best places to visit in India if you want to experience the centuries-old customs and cultures. Due to their reputation as the locations of Lord Krishna’s birth, the twin cities of Mathura and Vrindavan draw a sizable influx of tourists and pilgrims each year. These twin cities are the go-to destination for those who want to take a quick spiritual retreat. Additionally, one can see the majority of the sites in a single day due to how close they are to one another.