Bengalurean creates 1008 3D models of Ayodhya Ram Mandir to invoke Lord Rama fervour in devotees

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06-01-2024

    A young engineer Anil from Bengaluru creates 1008 3D models

    These 3D models are a replica of the Ayodhya Ram Mandir

    Made from polyester material known as Polylactic acid (PLA)

The long-awaited moment of Rama’s installation in Ayodhya, eagerly anticipated by millions of Indians for generations, has finally arrived. The consecration ceremony for the prana pratistha of Sri Rama in the grand temple is scheduled on January 22. Simultaneously, a young man from Bengaluru has initiated a unique form of Rama Japa. A remarkable effort is underway to create and distribute 1008 3D models of the Ayodhya Ram Mandir to devoted followers of Lord Rama.

All arrangements are in place for the Prana Patristha ceremony of Lord Rama in Ayodhya, with Rama Japa resonating in households. Meanwhile, a young mechanical engineer named Anil from Bengaluru, who owns Payonidhi Industries in Abbigere, has captured everyone’s attention with his distinctive approach to crafting the Ram Mandir 3D models. The 3D model, closely resembling Ayodhya’s grand temple, is a testament to the skill and dedication of this young man.

He runs a company specializing in wood carving and 3D printing.

With the dream of providing every household with a Ayodhya Ram Mandir 3D model, they have undertaken the task of producing these models.

In a conversation with NewsFirst Prime, Anil explained, “We have crafted 1008 3D models of Ayodhya’s Ram Mandir and have decided to distribute them among devoted followers. Each model takes 15 hours to create, employing machine coding and utilizing biodegradable and recyclable polyester material known as Polylactic acid (PLA). Our endeavor is not driven by profit; beyond covering expenses, the funds received will be utilized for the worship of cows. Many Rama devotees are already acquiring the beautifully crafted Ram models and expressing their appreciation for our efforts.”

Bengalurean creates 1008 3D models of Ayodhya Ram Mandir to invoke Lord Rama fervour in devotees

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    A young engineer Anil from Bengaluru creates 1008 3D models

    These 3D models are a replica of the Ayodhya Ram Mandir

    Made from polyester material known as Polylactic acid (PLA)

The long-awaited moment of Rama’s installation in Ayodhya, eagerly anticipated by millions of Indians for generations, has finally arrived. The consecration ceremony for the prana pratistha of Sri Rama in the grand temple is scheduled on January 22. Simultaneously, a young man from Bengaluru has initiated a unique form of Rama Japa. A remarkable effort is underway to create and distribute 1008 3D models of the Ayodhya Ram Mandir to devoted followers of Lord Rama.

All arrangements are in place for the Prana Patristha ceremony of Lord Rama in Ayodhya, with Rama Japa resonating in households. Meanwhile, a young mechanical engineer named Anil from Bengaluru, who owns Payonidhi Industries in Abbigere, has captured everyone’s attention with his distinctive approach to crafting the Ram Mandir 3D models. The 3D model, closely resembling Ayodhya’s grand temple, is a testament to the skill and dedication of this young man.

He runs a company specializing in wood carving and 3D printing.

With the dream of providing every household with a Ayodhya Ram Mandir 3D model, they have undertaken the task of producing these models.

In a conversation with NewsFirst Prime, Anil explained, “We have crafted 1008 3D models of Ayodhya’s Ram Mandir and have decided to distribute them among devoted followers. Each model takes 15 hours to create, employing machine coding and utilizing biodegradable and recyclable polyester material known as Polylactic acid (PLA). Our endeavor is not driven by profit; beyond covering expenses, the funds received will be utilized for the worship of cows. Many Rama devotees are already acquiring the beautifully crafted Ram models and expressing their appreciation for our efforts.”

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