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Sri Ramotsava celebration at Belthangadi Maddadka Mutt

Sri Ramotsava celebration at Belthangadi Maddadka Mutt
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Belthangadi: A dream of centuries is coming true. Today, the pillars of the Garbha Gudi of Sri Rama Mandir in Ayodhya are standing and the walls are complete. Sri Vishwaprasanna Tirtha Srigalava of Udupi Pejavar Math said that if the beams are attached and the slab is placed, the work of the first part will be completed.


Speaking to reporters after the Sri Ramotsava celebration at Belthangadi Maddadka Mutt, he said that selected stones were brought to build the statue of Sri Ramachandra, out of which the sculptors chose the best for the statue and built a thruthi.
Already, the soil collected from houses and villages for the construction of Ram Mandir has been used for the foundation of Ram Mandir. Next year during Prana Pratishtha season, devotees from all over the country are expected to attend the Brahmakalashotsava. Primary Saul for devotees
The trust has made preparations to meet the requirement to facilitate 25 thousand people to give bhyas. He said that there is a hope that the culture of the country will be unveiled once it reaches Ayodhya.
The grand temple establishment is being meticulously maintained so that the Ram Mandir will be available for the generations to come. The dream of the temple is coming true, similarly children should be educated in Sanatan Dharma in every home. He said, “We pray to God that everyone gets the grace of Lord Rama.”

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