Shaligram stones from Nepal arrive Ayodhya, to be used for idol construction
Ram temple Shaligram 'shilas' arrive in Ayodhya from Nepal
On the way to Ayodhya, the Devshila Rath carrying two giant Shaligram stones to carve out the idols of Lord Ram and Sita to be used at Ram Mandir reached Gorakhnath temple in Gorakhpur from Nepal. It reached Ayodhya on Thursday morning.
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The stones, which were brought from the Kali Gandaki waterfall in Nepal, have been placed at the Ram sevak puram (storage area for construction material of the Ram temple) in Ayodhya
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The Shaligram stones are said to be found only on the riverbanks of the Kali Gandaki River that flows through the Myagdi and Mustang districts of neighboring Nepal.
Rare Shaligram rocks reach Ayodhya from Nepal, will be used to construct Lord Ram idol
Two Shaligram stones, that will be dedicated to Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust in Ayodhya, have reached the pious town. These stones are 60 million years old. One rock weighs 26 tonnes and the other weighs 14 tonnes.
Ram Temple Construction: Rare Rocks or ‘Shilas’ for Lord Ram Idol Reach Ayodhya From Nepal (Watch Video)
Special rocks from which the idol of Lord Ram will be carved out and placed in the sanctum sanctorum of the Ram Temple has arrived from Nepal, a senior functionary of the temple trust here said. The rocks or 'shilas' arrived here late on Wednesday night. Ram Temple Construction: Rare Rocks or ‘Shilas’ for Lord Ram Idol Reach Ayodhya From Nepal (Watch Video).