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.
Preparation to celebrate Deepotsav, on the occasion of Deepawali is in full swing in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh. Celebrated on October 23, the Ayodhya Temple trust is aiming to light 12 lakh lamps, on the occasion sixth Deepotsav in Ram Ki Paidi Ghats. The Uttar Pradesh Government is targeting to make a Guinness World Record, and lit diyas, bringing earthen ports from Lucknow, Gonda and Ayodhya.
India's VP Venkaiah Naidu and his wife Usha Naidu visited Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh, on April 15. The VP and his spouse were welcomed by Governor Anandiben Patel and Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya. Mr & Mrs. Naidu visited Ayodhya Ram Janmabhoomi temple and said, the reconstruction of Ram Temple will symbolize India's culture and will boost the economy and tourism sector, fulfilling the commitment of Ram Rajya to Hindus.
Ayodhya is likely to get a revamped railway station by March 2022, facilitating the people who come to the city to visit the Ram Temple. The revamped railway station of 1,400 square metres will feature 14 retirement rooms, 76 dormitories. It will also offer big parking that can accommodate 134 cars, 68 auto-rickshaws, and 96 two-wheelers. Reportedly, the design of the station will represent the under-construction Ram Temple.
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The General Secretary of Shir Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust said the construction of the anticipated Ram temple in Uttar Pradesh's Ayodhya district would be completed before the 2024 Lok Sabha election. He further added the temple will be opened by December 2023 after installing the idol of Lord Ram. Reportedly, the second phase of foundation work will also be completed by November 15 next month.
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PM Narendra Modi in a virtual conference with the beneficiaries of Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana in Uttar Pradesh marked August 5 as the day of commemorating the abrogation of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir and also laying the foundation stone for the Ram Temple at Ayodhya. PM highlighted the development of infrastructure and politics that UP underwent. “Despite Covid-19, developmental work continues in the state,” said Modi.
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The Ram Temple's Trust general secretary, Champat Rai has denied the allegations of fraud which were made after purchasing the land for the temple premises. "The land brought at a cheaper price than the open market," he mentioned. Earlier, SP leader Tej Narayan Pandey and AAP's Sanjay Singh had alleged that the land worth Rs 2 crore were bought for Rs 18.5 crores within a few minutes of initial purchase.
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Aiming to extend the Ram Temple complex area, the Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra on March 4 purchased additional 7,285-square feet land near the allotted land in Ayodhya. "We need more space for the Ram temple," said a trustee adding that the trust has paid Rs one crore to acquire the land near Asharfi Bhawan. The trust has planned to expand the current 70-acre premises to a 107-acre complex by acquiring an additional 14,30,195-sq feet land… read-more
Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra trust has amassed Rs 1,000 crore for the construction of Ayodhya’s Ram temple through a fundraising campaign started on January 15. Trust secretary Champat Rai informed that people across communities have made donations. Champat added that while 1.50 lakh Vishwa Hindu Parishad activists are mobilising funds from even remote villages, 37 deposit them in bank accounts. Reportedly, the temple trust possesses… read-more
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After the violence embroiled in Gujarat's Kutch District on January 17, Gujarat police arrested 40 people under the charges of murder, rioting, arson and conspiracy. According to police, the right-wing Vishwa Hindu Parishad had organised a rally to accumulate funds for the Ayodhya Ram temple, while the clash occurred between the communities, leaving one dead and several injured. The group didn't had the required permission to carry out the '… read-more