How to buy land in Ayodhya? Amitabh Bachchan 'selling plots' under House of Abhinandan Lodha

Amitabh Bachchan before the Pran Pratishtha event bought a piece of land in Ayodhya reportedly at Rs 14.5 crore not far from the Ram Janmbhoomi Temple.

How to buy land in Ayodhya? Amitabh Bachchan 'selling plots' under House of Abhinandan Lodha -

With Ayodhya all set to be the cultural & spiritual hub in the coming years, people rushing to 'Ram Nagri' to buy plots or a piece of land in the Uttar Pradesh city. Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan before the Pran Pratishtha event bought a piece of land in Ayodhya reportedly at Rs 14.5 crore not far from the Ram Janmbhoomi Temple. Now, Amitabh Bachchan has been made a brand ambassador of House of Abhinandan Lodha which is offering plots in Ayodhya. Interestingly, Amitabh Bachchan is also getting hate on social media by a particular section, especially by the left-leaning handles. Keeping the controversy aside, the question arises how to buy land in Ayodhya? Below is what Amitabh Bachchan's viral Ayodhya Plot sale photo says- 

 

House of Abhinandan Lodha's viral photo says, "Buy land virtually in three steps- Consult you land wealth manager virtually, 2) Apply Online Via Credit, Debit Card, UPI, or Netbanking and 3) Become a Landowner." The viral pic further says that the clubhouse is managed by The Leela. 116 Sq. Meter (1250 Sq.Ft) starting at Rs 1.72 crore.

 

The official synopsis of the ad says, "The Sarayu is poised to become the address for India's new royalty on the banks of the sacred river. Emerging as a grand panorama of world-class luxuries, located 15 minutes from the Temple, and 30 minutes from the newly inaugurated Airport, The Sarayu will spell extravagance by hosting Ayodhya's first-ever uber luxury hotel by The Leela Palaces, Hotels and Resorts. Within this majestic realm, The Leela transcends traditional boundaries to serve as a holistic hospitality partner, bringing unparalleled experiences to Ayodhya's most discerning residents and guests."

 

"A beautiful water-centred amphitheatre will be a space for connoisseurs of art, a breathtaking skydeck, and a serene area designed for residents who wish to experience peace with a touch of heritage. The grand exhibition area will contribute to the global cultural capital by strengthening community engagement and harmony."

 

Talking about real-estate developers, the Mumbai headquartered The House of Abhinandan Lodha (HOABL), has launched around 250 plots to coincide with the Ram Mandir consecration ceremony in Ayodhya at a starting price of Rs 1.72 crore for a 1250 sq ft plot. It has invested close to Rs 1200 crore majorly for a 51-acre land parcel in Ayodhya and Phase 1 of its luxury project is currently underway.

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