Yogi Adityanath renames 9 guest houses after rivers, religious places

Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath government has now renamed its nine guest houses in Lucknow, Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata after rivers or Hindu religious places.

As per the state's estate department, the UP Bhawan in Delhi will now be called UP Bhawan 'Sangam', whereas UP Sadan will be known as UP Sadan 'Triveni'. The Lucknow-based VVIP guest house on Mahatma Gandhi Marg will be called VVIP guest house 'Saket'. Conversely, the guest house in Dalibagh will be known as VIP guest house 'Yamuna', while those located on Vikramaditya Marg and Meerabai Marg will be called 'Gomti' and 'Saryu', respectively. The guest house in Butler Palace Colony will be called 'Naimisharanya'. The state guest house in Mumbai will now be known as UP state guest house 'Vrindavan', while the one in Kolkata will be called UP state guest house 'Ganga'.

Ministers and legislators in Uttar Pradesh plan to rename nearly a dozen districts and towns in the near future.  BJP MLA Brijesh Singh, who represents Deoband Deoband has also proposed renaming Deoband to Devvrand. In August, a report claimed that the Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh is preparing to change the name of Sultanpur to Kush Bhawanpur. Notably, Kush is the name of Lord Ram's son. 

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