Ayodhya Ram Mandir: The Ayodhya Ramalayam complex has been purchased with some additional land with the intention of making it more spacious. Adjacent to the birthplace of Lord Rama is the 676.85 sq …
Ayodhya Ram Mandir: The Ayodhya Ramalayam complex has been purchased with some additional land with the intention of making it more spacious. 676.85 sq. M of land adjoining Sri Rama’s birthplace at a cost of Rs. 1 crore was paid and registration was done. Negotiations are underway with their owners to buy houses and other land adjoining Sri Rama’s birthplace. Negotiations are underway with their owners to buy houses and other land adjoining Sri Rama’s birthplace. However, the land belonging to Swami Deepnarayan was bought by Sri Rama Janmabhoomi Tirtha Kshetra Trust for Rs. The transaction was handled by the trust ‘General Secretary Champath Roy. The affidavit was signed by Gosain Ganj MLA IP Tiwari (BJP), a member of the trust, as witnessed by Dr Anil Mishra, an RSS Ayodhya campaigner. The real aim is to keep the Ayodhya Ramalaya as located as possible. Accordingly, the trust is buying old houses and places adjoining Sri Rama ‘s birthplace. However, with the Supreme Court ruling on November 9, 2019, it is known that 70 acres of land was allotted to Sri Rama’s birth land. The designs were made with the aim of expanding it to 107 acres. Ramalaya with a sanctum sanctorum will be built on five acres of land. The rest of the space will be used for museums, libraries, shrines, exhibitions of paintings depicting the life of Lord Rama and more.
Meanwhile, fundraising for the construction of Ramalayam continued for 44 days from January 15. It is learned that donations of Rs 2,500 crore were received during this period. The donation program ends on February 27. However, as part of the donations, donations were collected voluntarily from the public. Trust members said the collected donations had been deposited in a bank and some money was yet to be deposited. With this, the amount of donations is likely to increase further, officials said. Ayodhya Ramajanma Bhoomi Trust office in-charge Prakash Upta recently told The Indian Express that the amount of donations we have collected so far is estimated at over Rs 2,000 crore. He said it would take a month or so to figure out how much donations had been collected in total.
He said most of the checks donated for the construction of the Ayodhya Ramalaya were still pending with the banks and the amount pending was yet to be ascertained. After that it will be clear how many donations were collected in full. It is learned that the Ramajanmabhoomi Tirtha Kshetra Trust has revealed the estimated cost of construction of Ramalayam in Ayodhya. The construction of the Ayodhya Ramalaya is estimated to cost Rs 1,100 crore. The Ayodhya main temple will cost between Rs 300 crore and Rs 400 crore. It was decided to complete the Ramalaya in Ayodhya in three and a half years. Temple designs are being designed under the guidance of experts.
However, IITs and other organizations are assisting in the design of Ramalaya, which has so far received over Rs 100 crore in donations online. As well as going to 11 crore families in nearly 4 lakh villages, donations were collected to go to all areas as announced. The program aims to involve people from all walks of life. The Sri Rama Trust has already made it clear that the construction of the Rama Mandir will be done with Swadeshi funds only. The Rama Janmabhoomi Trust has collected donations for this purpose by making coupons worth Rs.10, Rs.100 and Rs.1000 available through a massive campaign to collect these only from ordinary citizens.
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