Stones from Nepal will be used for the idol of Lord Rama in Ayodhya. On February 2, special holy two Shaligram stones from Nepal were welcomed by priests at the Ayodhya Temple, in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh. Found only on the riverbanks of Kali Gandaki River that flows through Myagdi and Mustang districts, the Shaligrams reached Ayodhya on heavy-duty trucks from Nepal's Janakpur, the birthplace of Sita.
UP CM Yogi Adityanath said, a grand temple of Lord Rama in Ayodhya will be ready by 2023. He further said the temple will be a "national temple of India" (Rashtriya mandir)". The statement was made during a public meeting organised in Karhal Assembly constituency. The BJP and CM Yogi are campaigning for the ongoing UP Assembly elections, which is scheduled to end on March 7.
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Vishwa Hindu Parishad vice-president VP Champat Rai on March 7 stated that Rajasthan has emerged as the top contributor for Ayodhya's Ram Temple construction. Champat said that Rajasthan alone contributed over Rs 500 crore to the total sum of Rs 2500 crore. Besides, he informed that stones for the temple's construction will be transported from Banshi Pahadpur of Rajasthan's Bharatpur district. Leaders from Congress party have also contributed… read-more
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Concluding a two-day meeting, the 'Shree Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust' on December 8 hinted that the construction of Ram Temple in Ayodhya might begin on January 15, 2021. The meeting held by the trust members also included construction-experts from IIT Roorkee, IIT Madras, L&T, and Tata Consulting Engineers Limited. One of the trustees said that CM Yogi Adityanath wanted the premises to be developed to resemble a Vedic city.
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