Viral News: Muslim Family Donates Land Worth Rs 2.5 Cr to Build World’s Largest Hindu Temple in Bihar
- The 270-feet high temple is coming up on the banks of river Devaki, where Lord Ram is believed to have stayed overnight while returning from Janakpur to Ayodhya
VIRAL NEWS- A Muslim family in Bihar has donated land worth Rs.2.5 crore for construction of the world’s largest Hindu temple–Virat Ramayan Mandir- in the Kaithwalia area of East Champaran district in the state. Ishtiaq Ahmed Khan, a businessman, has donated the land for the ‘Virat Ramayana Temple’.
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Khan along with his family members donated 23 katha (71 decimals) of land to the temple on Wednesday at the registrar’s office of the Kesharia sub-division, East Champaran. According to the prevailing market prices, the value of the land is pegged at more than Rs 2.5 crore.
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“Majority of land (in the village) is owned by our family. I think it is my responsibility to do something for the construction of the temple. This is a tradition of our family,” said Ishtiaq Ahmed Khan.
“In the past also, Khan and his family have been open to the idea of extending help for the temple project. Khan also gave land on the main road at a subsidised rate. Inspired by him, others in the village also started giving land. So far, 100-acre land has been acquired for the Virat Ramayan Mandir,” said Acharya Kishore Kunal, chief of the Patna-based ‘Mahavir Mandir Trust’.
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He said that Khan and his family are a great example of social harmony. “Without the help of Muslims, it would have been difficult to realise this dream project,” he added. He further said that a huge Ramayana Temple will be built on a total of 125 acres of land, one of the tallest and largest temples in the world.
Upcoming World’s Largest Hindu Temple ” Virat Ramayan Mandir “in Bihar
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The Virat Ramayan Mandir is expected to be taller than the world renowned 12th century Angkor Wat complex in Cambodia, which is 215 feet high. The height of the ‘Virat Ramayana Temple’ will be 270 feet, which is the highest in the world while its length is 1080 feet and width is 540 feet. The temple will be built on the banks of river Devaki, where Lord Ram is believed to have stayed overnight while returning from Janakpur to Ayodhya. The complex will comprise 18 temples with high spires and its Shiv temple will have the world’s largest Shivling.
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“The structural design of the ‘Virat Ramayana Temple’ will be such that it will be durable for more than 250 years. For the construction of the temple, the services of technical experts and skilled craftsmen engaged in the construction of the new Parliament House are being taken,” Acharya Kishore Kunal said. He added that the trust will soon take advice from the experts engaged in the construction of the new Parliament building in New Delhi. He said that.