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Nepal: After PM Oli’s claim, Ayodhyapuri Dham will now be built on 40 acres in Chitwan district, master plan ready

Kathmandu After the decision of Ram Janmabhoomi, which has been the subject of controversy for decades, before the Supreme Court, the construction work of the grand Ram temple in Ayodhya has started. People who believe and believe in Sanatan Dharma and Lord Rama are celebrating all over the world.

But neighboring Prime Minister of Nepal KP Sharma Oli had raised controversy some time ago claiming that the real Ayodhya was in Nepal and now it is determined to make Ayodhya in Nepal to prove it right.

Regarding this, the complete master plan has been prepared. It is being told that 40 acres of land has also been allocated for the construction of Ayodhya Puri. According to the Kathmandu Post report, this Ayodhyapuri Dham will be built on the land of Madi municipality in Chitwan district, Nepal.

40 acres of land allotted in Madi

According to the report, the Mayor of Madi Thakur Prasad Dhakal has informed that a meeting in this regard was held on September 29, in which this decision was taken. He further said that we have currently allocated 40 acres of Ayodhyapuri Park to make Ayodhyapuri Dham.

Dhakal said that we have 50 bighas of additional land. If there is a problem due to any technical aspect, then we can use this land as well.

He has further told that a complete master plan has been prepared to construct Ayodhyapuri Dham. A detailed report will be prepared soon in this regard.

Bhoomi pujan will be done in Ramnavami

Let us tell you that earlier Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli had met with the representatives of Thori and Madi despite all the disputes and instructed them to complete all necessary preparations for constructing a grand temple on Lord Sri Ram’s birthplace. He also ordered the renaming of the Madi municipality to be renamed Ayodhyapuri Dham. Apart from this, instructions were also given to develop the surrounding areas as Ayodhya, to install large statues of Rama-Sita and Lakshmana.

According to the report, PM Oli has given clear instructions to all the officials to start the temple construction work with Bhoomipujan on the occasion of Ramnavami in this Dussehra and on the occasion of Ramnavami only after two years

In this Dussehra, Oli started the temple construction work while performing Bhoomi Pujan on the occasion of Ram Navami and unveiled the temple on the occasion of Ram Navami after two years.

He has given strict orders that areas associated with Ramayana around Ayodhya should also be developed. PM Oli has instructed to develop Valmiki Ashram near Madi, forest during Sita’s exile, birthplace of Lavkush and all other areas with grandeur.

Ayodhya is real in Nepal: Oli

Let me tell you that the Prime Minister of Nepal, Oli had claimed that the real Ayodhya is in Nepal, the Ayodhya of India is fake. A dispute arose over this. Oli had claimed that Bhagwan Ram was born in Chitwan district. However, India had strongly objected to this.

After India’s objection, Oli held a meeting with the Madi municipality and instructed to carry out archaeological excavations to gather as much evidence as possible. At the same time, Nepal’s Foreign Ministry issued an explanation saying that PM Oli’s statement was not intended to hurt anyone’s religious sentiments or diminish the importance of Ayodhya, but more and more about the culture and heritage of Nepal. The information was meant to be collected so that we can enrich it and keep it.

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Source: www.patrika.com

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