Ram Mandir inauguration: Know the uniqueness of the invitations

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07-01-2024

    The Ram Mandir invites have QR codes embedded in them

    The temple will be inaugurated on January 22

    The inauguration marks the end of a 500-year-old fight

The invites of Ram Mandir inauguration have been sent out to a select few. The invites have also been incorporated with QR codes and have the names of such dignitaries who will be present on the occasion. 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the grand temple  on January 22 in Ayodhya. 

Karnataka’s connection with the temple

The idol of Lord Ram to be installed at the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya has been finalised. In what comes as a matter of pride, the one, chiselled by Arun Yogiraj of Mysore, Karnataka, is the chosen one. 

In all, there are three such idols of Lord Ram, but ultimately, it was Arun’s idol that won the race. 

Hindus win the Ram temple land dispute in Ayodhya

It was in 2019 that the top court ruled in favour of Hindus. It awarded the land to them and asked the government to form a trust that would oversee the construction of the temple. At the same time, the court also awarded 5 acres of land to Muslims to build a mosque.  

The inauguration marks the culmination of a 500-year-old fight. It is believed that, in 1528, the Babri Masjid was built after a temple, dedicated to Lord Ram, was destroyed by Babar. 

Ram Mandir inauguration: Know the uniqueness of the invitations

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    The Ram Mandir invites have QR codes embedded in them

    The temple will be inaugurated on January 22

    The inauguration marks the end of a 500-year-old fight

The invites of Ram Mandir inauguration have been sent out to a select few. The invites have also been incorporated with QR codes and have the names of such dignitaries who will be present on the occasion. 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the grand temple  on January 22 in Ayodhya. 

Karnataka’s connection with the temple

The idol of Lord Ram to be installed at the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya has been finalised. In what comes as a matter of pride, the one, chiselled by Arun Yogiraj of Mysore, Karnataka, is the chosen one. 

In all, there are three such idols of Lord Ram, but ultimately, it was Arun’s idol that won the race. 

Hindus win the Ram temple land dispute in Ayodhya

It was in 2019 that the top court ruled in favour of Hindus. It awarded the land to them and asked the government to form a trust that would oversee the construction of the temple. At the same time, the court also awarded 5 acres of land to Muslims to build a mosque.  

The inauguration marks the culmination of a 500-year-old fight. It is believed that, in 1528, the Babri Masjid was built after a temple, dedicated to Lord Ram, was destroyed by Babar. 

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