Where Shri Ram's procession stayed, now world's largest 'Ramayana Temple' will be built there

Patna: The construction of a grand temple of Lord Shri Ram in Uttar Pradesh's Ayodhya is going on a war footing. Recently, CM Yogi had also visited Ayodhya and reviewed the construction of the temple. After the construction of the Ram temple started, now a grand temple will be constructed there too, where the procession of Shri Ram stayed. The name of this temple will be 'Ramayana Temple.' The temple will be built in East Champaran in  Bihar. It is believed that while returning from Janakpur after marrying Mother Sita, Lord Ram's procession stayed there.

This temple will be made so huge and grand that it will be the largest temple in the world. According to information, this huge Ramayana temple will be 70 feet high. It will have a length of 1080 feet and a width of 540 feet. It is proposed to allot 125 acres of land for the construction of this 270-feet huge Ramayana temple. According to the information, the temple has so far got one hundred acres of land for this temple.

It is being told that there will be 18 temples with high peaks in this temple complex and a grand Shiva temple will also be built on the premises of this temple. In which there will be the world's largest Shivalinga. Acharya Kishore Kunal, chairman of Patna-based Mahavir Mandir Trust, said that the Shivling will be 33 feet high. According to the information, the huge Ramayana temple will be higher than the world-famous 12th century Angkor Wat complex in Cambodia, which is 215 feet high.

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