June 7, 2023

The construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya is going to start. Bhoomi-poojan is proposed on 5 August. During this time silver bricks will be used. Also, sand that has been sourced from the river Phalgu will also be used.

  • Gaya sand will be used in Ram temple
  • Sand floated from Phalgu river of Gaya
  • Lord Ram’s connection

Preparations for the construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya are in full swing. A program of Ram Janma Bhoomi Pujan is proposed on August 5. With this, the construction work of the grand Ram temple will begin. In the Bhoomi-Poojan, special care has been taken from the constellation to all other beliefs. The sand of the river Falgu will also be used as the foundation stone of the Ram temple.

Five silver bricks will be used inside the sanctum sanctorum during the Ram Mandir Bhumi-poojan. According to Hindu beliefs, these five bricks will symbolize the five constellations. It is believed that Lord Rama was born in Abhijeet Muhurta, according to that the time of Bhoomi-poojan has also been fixed. Lord Rama also has a connection with the world famous Moksha Bhumi Gaya, so the sand of the sacred Phalgu river is also being used in the temple.

What is the connection of Falgu river?

It is said that Lord Rama along with his brother Lakshman and Sita donated a body for the salvation of the soul of father King Dasaratha on the banks of Falgu. This is the reason why the sand of the Phalgu river is being used in the temple of Lord Rama going to be built in Ayodhya.

The head of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Archak Purohit, head of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad, told Premnath Taiya that he received information that the construction of the temple in Ayodhya used water from seven seas, water from all religious rivers of the country, soil of major shrines and the sand of the river Phalgu. Have to go. Premnath Taiya also told that the sand of Phalgu river was taken from Gaya to Ayodhya about a month ago. He also informed that a quarter-kilogram silver brick is also being sent from Gaya Dham to Ayodhya.

Please tell that a large number of people on the Falgu river passing through Gaya donate bodies to attain the salvation of their ancestors. Some people wish for their ancestors only by preparing the sand mass of the river Falgu. Now the sand of this river is being planted in the Ram temple of Ayodhya.