There is a temple.

In Year I, it has an annual draw of 0 pilgrims.

In Year II, it has an annual draw of 1,000 pilgrims.

Existing funds are utilized to address the needs of 1,000 pilgrims per annum (PPA).

In Year III, it has an annual draw of 1,000 pilgrims.
At the end of Year III, the temple is viewed as good.

In Year IV, it has annual draw of 2,000 pilgrims.

In Year V, the temple is expected to have a draw of 2,500 PPA.
In Year V, it has an annual draw of 2,000 pilgrims.
At the end of Year V, the temple is viewed as not-so-good.

Existing funds don’t exist.

In Year VI, the temple levies an entry fee of Rs. 5.
In Year VI, it has an annual draw of 2,000 pilgrims.
In Year VI, some funds are utilized to address the needs of 2,000 PPA.
At the end of Year VI, the temple is viewed as good.

In Year VII, the temple levies an entry fee of Rs. 10.
In Year VII, it has an annual draw of 3,000 pilgrims.
At the end of Year VII, the temple is viewed as good.

In the Year VIII, it has an annual draw of 4,000 pilgrims.

Existing funds are utilized to address the needs of 5,000 PPA.
Surplus funds are utilized to address the needs of 1,500 more PPA.

In Year IX, it has an annual draw of 5,000 pilgrims.
At the end of Year IX, the temple is viewed as very good.

In Year X, the temple levies an entry of Rs. 15.
In Year X, the temple has an annual draw of 7,500 PPA.

Existing funds are utilized to address the needs of 10,000 PPA.
Surplus funds are utilized to address the needs of 2,000 more PPA.

In Year XI, it has an annual draw of 8,000 pilgrims.
At the end of Year XI, the temple is viewed as excellent.

In Year XII, the temple levies an entry fee of Rs. 20.
In Year XII, it has an annual draw of 6,500 pilgrims.
At the end of Year XII, the temple is viewed as a business venture.

In Year XIII, it has an annual draw of 5,250 pilgrims.

In Year XIV, the temple levies an entry fee of Rs. 10.
At the end of Year XIV, the temple is viewed as good.

In Year XV, the temple levies an entry fee of Rs. 10.
In Year XV, it has an annual draw of 5,000 pilgrims.
At the end of year XV, the temple is viewed as crowded, noisy but necessary.

The end.

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