In a significant development bridging cultures and continents, Chandrabhushan Yadav, a native of Jaunpur district in Uttar Pradesh and currently serving as the Commissioner of Georgia state in the United States, is set to construct a grand Ram Mandir and Ramayan Museum in America. Chandrabhushan Yadav, during his recent visit to India, extended a warm invitation to Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath for the Bhoomi Pujan ceremony scheduled to take place next year in Georgia.
Chandrabhushan Yadav’s journey from his roots in Jaunpur to becoming a prominent figure in American politics and business is nothing short of inspiring. Born and brought up in Badlapur, Jaunpur, Chandrabhushan Yadav pursued his education in Uttar Pradesh before venturing to Maharashtra for his bachelor’s degree in Computer Science. Following his studies, he migrated to the United States in 2003, where he, along with his wife and two sons, embarked on a successful business journey.
Establishing himself as a respected entrepreneur in Georgia, Chandrabhushan Yadav’s dedication and hard work caught the attention of Georgia Governor Brian Kemp, who played a pivotal role in Yadav’s appointment as the first Commissioner of the Georgian Commission. His ascent in American politics and business is a testament to his perseverance and the support he garnered from influential figures like Governor Kemp.
Chandrabhushan Yadav’s commitment to fostering cultural exchange and promoting religious harmony is evident in his initiative to build a Ram Mandir and Ramayana Museum in America. His vision to replicate the grandeur of Sri Ram’s Mandir in Ayodhya on American soil reflects his deep-rooted cultural and religious values.
During his recent visit to India, Chandrabhushan Yadav offered prayers at the sacred Kashi Vishwanath Mandir in Varanasi before reconnecting with his familial ties in Badlapur. His meeting with Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and former Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav signifies the recognition and respect he commands both in India and abroad.
Speaking about his ambitious project, Chandrabhushan Yadav emphasised the need to revitalise ancient Mandirs and religious sites in India, citing the construction of guest facilities at the renowned Mata Shitala Chowkia Dham in Jaunpur district as part of his philanthropic endeavours.
The proposed Ram Mandir and Ramayan Museum in America stand as a testament to Chandrabhushan Yadav’s dedication to preserving and promoting Indian culture and heritage on a global platform. The Bhoomi Pujan ceremony, slated for 2025, promises to be a historic event, symbolising the confluence of tradition and modernity across borders.
Chandrabhushan Yadav’s remarkable journey from Jaunpur to Georgia exemplifies the spirit of enterprise and cultural exchange, underscoring the boundless possibilities that emerge when individuals embrace diversity and strive for excellence. As preparations for the construction of the Ram Mandir and Ramayana Museum gain momentum, the world eagerly awaits the realisation of this monumental endeavour, which promises to foster greater understanding and appreciation of India’s rich cultural legacy on an international scale.