Ahmedabad’s Contribution to the Ram Mandir
Amidst the colorful preparations for Lord Rama’s Prana Pratishtha Mahotsav in Ayodhya.
This stunning nagara, weighing approximately 450 kilograms and measuring 56 inches wide, will be crafted with gold and silver and adorned with intricate carvings. Its majestic presence will undoubtedly resonate within the hallowed halls of the Ram Mandir, serving as a constant reminder of Ahmedabad’s dedication and devotion to Lord Rama.
A Symbol of Unity and Faith
The construction of this nagara is estimated to cost around 25 lakhs and is being undertaken by the All India Dabgar Society. This act of generosity serves as a powerful symbol of unity and faith, showcasing the unwavering commitment of the people of Ahmedabad towards the grand vision of the Ram Mandir.
Ahmedabad’s Growing Contribution to the Ram Mandir
It is noteworthy that Ahmedabad has already played a significant role in the construction of the Ram Mandir. The magnificent flagpole adorning the temple is being crafted in a factory located in the Gota area of the city. Additionally, seven flags are being prepared, including a majestic main flag weighing 5500 kg and standing 44 feet tall, accompanied by six smaller flags of 20 feet and 700 kg weight each.
These contributions from Ahmedabad represent a heartfelt tribute to Lord Rama and his enduring legacy. The echoing sounds of the nagara and the fluttering presence of the flags will forever remind us of the city’s unwavering devotion and selfless service towards the Ram Mandir.