In a landmark event that promises to usher in a new era of spiritual connectivity and cultural resurgence, Sri Lanka proudly launched the 'Shree Ramayan Trails' project.

Under the divine guidance and endorsement of His Holiness Swami Govind Dev Giri Maharaj, treasurer of the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust, this initiative was unveiled with great enthusiasm at the Taj Samudra, Colombo on April 21.

President's Chief of Staff and National Security Advisor Sagala Ratnayaka graced the occasion as the chief guest while former speaker Karu Jayasuriya delivered the keynote address.

A Vision of World-Class Spiritual Monuments

The 'Shree Ramayan Trails' aims to transform nine key sites across Sri Lanka into world-class monuments, epitomizing the spiritual and historical essence of the epic Ramayana. This ambitious project is not just about building structures; it's about crafting immersive experiences that blend ancient spirituality with the marvels of modern architecture and cutting-edge technology, including AI, augmented reality, and virtual reality.

From Adam’s Bridge in the Mannar Basin to Seetha Eliya in Nuwara Eliya, each site is chosen to tell a part of the Ramayana story in a way that is tangible and transformative. These sites will serve as beacons of cultural heritage and spiritual introspection, drawing visitors from around the globe.

Technology Meets Tradition

Imagine witnessing the construction of Adam's Bridge or experiencing Sita's Agni Pariksha through augmented reality that brings these mythic events to vivid life. The integration of AI-powered guides and virtual reality experiences will provide an unparalleled depth of engagement, making each visit not only a journey through space but also through time.

Boosting Tourism and Bilateral Ties


The project, endorsed by Swami Govind Dev Giri Maharaj during his maiden visit to Sri Lanka, is set to revolutionize the island's tourism landscape. Expected to attract millions of Indian and international tourists interested in spiritual and cultural heritage, 'Shree Ramayan Trails' will also play a crucial role in enhancing the bilateral relations between India and Sri Lanka. The shared cultural and spiritual heritage is a testament to the profound bond between the two nations, fostering a sense of unity and brotherly love.

The presence of dignitaries like the High Commissioner of India, Hon. Sagala Ratnayake, Hon. Karu Jayasuriya, and Hon. Niranjan Deva Aditya at the launch highlighted the collective commitment to this grand vision. Their involvement ensures a robust framework for the successful execution and sustainability of this culturally enriching and economically promising initiative.

A Game-Changer for Economic and Cultural Prosperity

With an investment of over USD 50 million, this project, executed by Supreme Global Holdings in partnership with powerful regional investors, is a monumental step towards realizing a long-held dream. The launch marked a milestone in the project's journey from concept to reality.

Conclusion: A Game changer for the Future

The 'Shree Ramayan Trails' is set to be more than a tourism project; it is a spiritual odyssey that reconnects the ancient epic saga of the Ramayana with the modern world. This project not only promises to reignite the spiritual connection with these sacred trails but also aims to position Sri Lanka as a pivotal destination for spiritual tourism, thereby enhancing its tourism industry and cultural prestige on the global stage.

Through this sacred mission, we not only preserve and celebrate our heritage but also pave the way for a thriving future, making Sri Lanka the most preferred destination for spirituality and brotherhood worldwide.

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