Ram Temple: To make the idols of Lord Shree Ram and Goddess Sita, two gigantic Shaligram stones that date back 60 million years were found in Nepal’s Kali Gandaki River. On the day of Ram Navami, the idol’s height is selected such that the sun’s rays fall directly on Lord Ram’s forehead.
Between 5 and 5.5 feet tall will be the idol of the young Lord Ram. These stones were carried from Nepal in order to be used in the construction of the Shri Ram temple in Ayodhya. On January 26, 2023, Shila finished her Rudrabhishek at the Galeshwar Mahadev Temple. On Monday, January 30, these stones were loaded onto two trucks before they departed towards Ayodhya.
Bimalendra Nidhi, a politician in the Nepali Congress and a former deputy prime minister, is from Janakpur, the city where Goddess Sita was born. He collaborated with the Janaki Temple to send the two stones there from the Kali Gandaki River, where Shaligrams are common.
Experts claim that this stone has been split into two boulders, each weighing 127 quintals (1, 27,000 kg). By January 2024, the Shree Ram Janmabhoomi’s ground floor will be complete. According to experts, these holy stones have since been relocated from Janakpur, Nepal. The principal temple of Janakpur served as a center of worship.
The Nepali leader declared that Janaki Temple would later send a bow to the Ram temple in Ayodhya in accordance with the Ram temple Trust’s specifications.
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