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Surat: The Rama Janmabhoomi Trust has so far received over Rs 1,500 crore in donations from people across the country for the construction of the Rama Mandir in Ayodhya. Donations will be collected until the 27th of this month. It is learned that Rama Janmabhoomi Trust, Vishwa Hindu Parishad and other Hindu communities across the country have started collecting donations. The Rama Janmabhoomi Trust hopes that every Hindu in the country will take part in the construction of the Ramalaya.

Thus Ramalayam wants to spread the message to all the people of the country. The plan is to build the temple at a cost of Rs 1,500 crore. Donations have already been received from devotees beyond that. Apart from Hindus, people from other parts of the country also make donations for the Ram temple. The donation drive, which began with the first donation by Indian President Ram Nath Kovind, continues unabated. The Rama Janmabhoomi Trust announced yesterday that it had received donations of Rs 1,511 crore.

However, with the collection of donations coming to an end in a few days, more crores of rupees will come during this period. The Ram Mandir is being constructed on 2.7 acres of land in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh. Silver bricks are also being sent from various parts of the country.

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