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Ram Mandir Event Showcasing Artistry And Creativity

| Updated: January 12, 2024 18:54

As part of preparations ahead of Ram Mandir’s Pran Pratishtha, Ayodhya’s Mohbara Bazaar in Uttar Pradesh witnessed the installation of a huge Kangan of Goddess Sita.

According to agencies, a 108-foot-long incense stick, a 2,100-kg bell, a giant lamp that weighs 1,100 kg, gold footwear, a 10-foot-high lock and key, and a clock that at once denotes time in eight countries are among the special gifts sent for the Ram temple in Ayodhya before the consecration ceremony on January 22.

A Lucknow-based vegetable vendor has designed the clock that shows the time in eight countries at the same time. Anil Kumar Sahu (52) said the clock measuring 75 cm in diameter was his gift to Champat Rai, the general secretary of the temple trust.

The gifts, including silver shoes, ornaments and clothes, are being received from all parts of the country and even abroad.

They are being transported in a convoy of around 30 vehicles from the Janakpur Dham Ramjanaki Temple in Nepal to Ayodhya this week, reports claimed.

Over 3,000 gifts for Lord Ram from Sita’s birthplace in Janakpur in Nepal have already arrived in Ayodhya.

Additionally, a team from Sri Lanka paid Ayodhya a visit and received a unique gift from Ashok Vatika. The group handed a rock from the Ashok Vatika, a garden mentioned in Ramayana.

The temple authorities have been receiving gifts too. A 108-foot-long incense stick, which weighs 3,610 kg and is nearly 3.5 feet wide, adorns Vadodara. “The stick is environmentally friendly and will last for about one-and-a-half months, spreading its fragrance over several kilometers,” Vadodara resident Viha Bharwad, who has prepared the incense stick, told agencies.

He added that 376 kg guggul (gum resin), 376 kg coconut shells, 190 kg ghee, 1,470 kg cow dung, 420 kg herbs are among the ingredients used for the stick, whose height is almost half of the Qutab Minar in the capital.

A special saree prepared in Surat will be sent to the temple authorities.

During the ‘pran pratistha’ ceremony last week in Ahmedabad, Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel flagged off a 44-foot-long brass flag pole along with six smaller ones.

Gujarat has also sent a temple drum, or nagaru, made in Dariyapur by the All India Dabgar Samaj. The 56-inch gold foil nagaru will be placed in the temple’s courtyard.

Additionally, Uttar Pradesh-based locksmith Satya Prakash Sharma has constructed a 400 kg lock and key that measures 10 feet tall, 4.6 feet wide, and 9.5 inches thick.

“This is the world’s largest lock and key. I have gifted it to the trust so it can be used as a symbolic lock at the temple,” he was quoted as saying.

A bell weighs 2,100 kg made of ‘ashtadhatu’ (an alloy of eight metals) has been made in Etah’s Jalesar in Uttar Pradesh. “It took two years to prepare the bell. The bell is being sent to Ayodhya after performing all rituals and with pomp and show,” said an artisan, who is part of the preparation of the bell.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend the temple’s consecration ceremony on January 22. The temple’s first phase is almost completed.

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