• The Master Plan of Ayodhya City | C. P. Kukreja Architects

    Master Plan of Ayodhya City aims to reimagine cultural heritage through sustainable development and technological integration. It will set an example for the New Modern India.

    Ayodhya City

    Ayodhya City

    18.01.2024, New Delhi:

    Ayodhya city unfolds an ancient narrative where history breathes through intricately woven threads of diverse cultures and timeless traditions. As the culture reverberates through its streets, the city proudly proclaims its role as the harbinger of tradition. Redeveloping such a sacred space comes with the responsibility of a conscious and integrated approach that celebrates its heritage and fosters a harmonious coexistence between the past and the present.

    Ayodhya City

    In the coming years, Ayodhya City will become a global tourism destination focusing on spiritual, cultural, and heritage assets and events. The team of CP Kukreja Architects has designed the implementation strategy and integrated infrastructure plan for the city. The plan outlines the blueprint for town planning, transport, traffic, infrastructure, finance, economy, heritage, tourism, urban design and renewable resources.

    Ayodhya City

    The development vision of Ayodhya City encapsulates the identification of infrastructure and tourism development in the Ayodhya Development Authority Area of 875 sq. km. This includes the current master-planned city area of 133 sq. km and the core city of 31.5 sq. km.

    According to Harvard-educated Urban Designer Dikshu C. Kukreja, Managing Principal of CP Kukreja Architects, “This is a historic moment and we are honoured and privileged to be chosen along with our renowned International partners LEA Associates and L&T to create this master plan. City of Ayodhya has deep significance and sentiments attached with it. We intend to transform Ayodhya City into a world-class city amplifying it’s historic and religious values”

    Sustainable Master Planning to Boost Economic Development

    Ayodhya City

    The master plan of Ayodhya is developed on contextual planning instead of greenfield development. It includes augmentation of civic infrastructure (water, sewerage, power supply, distribution, energy, regional and city level transport etc.). It also includes planned zoning and contextual urban design guidelines (Colour palette for buildings’ facade and special architectural features). To boost economic development centered around tourism, the planning integrates the spiritual essence and traditional healthcare. It will also have the infrastructure for residential, social, commercial and hospitality amenities, assessing the future growth potential for the next 100 years.

    Integrating Smart Technology in the Essence of the Ancient Cultural Heritage

    Ayodhya City

    The city’s Heritage assets include retrofitting and redeveloping the core city area and curating tourism experiences. It also includes events for heritage and other areas of interest and public places. The redevelopment includes riverfront development of the Saryu River to inculcate water sports and The Three Parikrama Margs (5,14,84 kosi) with adequate facilities. It also has an integrated development and connectivity to neighbourhood pilgrim destinations. The backbone of all the infrastructural development is Smart Technology. This includes Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR), smart grids and smart transportation.

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