Raipur. As every Indian are immersed in the devotion of Lord Rama, C.G. government also congratulated everyone for laying the foundation of the Ram temple in Ayodhya. The state government of Chhattisgarh released a 3D model of Ram Van Gaman Path on Thursday.
On the occasion of the Ram temple foundation, the government has decided to make Ram Van Gaman Path. It will not only boost the tourism industry of the Chhattisgarh but also give a chance to all the devotees to feel the immense experience and the aura of Shri Ram. The officials proposed a 3D model where they made a path which will embrace with trees and natural beauty, and the giant gate will be made to welcome the visitors.
Recently on 5th August, Prime Minister of India aid the foundation of Ram temple bhumi pujan in Ayodhya. Not only in India but all over the world where the Indian communities are settled enjoyed the prosperous day by lightening up “Diya” and by burning firecrackers. The day was giving a feel like it was a Diwali festival.
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The construction work will soon be started and will complete the construction work within 2-3 years. People of the state are happy after this step, and to represent Maryada Purshottam Shri Ram linkage of the Chhattisgarh. The locals will be going to visit this beautiful land for sure.
The most prominent thing that happened was the image of Shri Ram and Ayodhya temple was displayed for the whole day in a giant LED screen of Time Square, New York. It shows the respect and sentiments to the Lord Ram’s devotees. Meanwhile, an overwhelming connection between the Ayodhya and South Korea also came in front.
Ayodhya to South Korean connection
According to the believers of the 10% population of South Korea believes their queen from Karak or Garak dynasty name Hew Hwang-oak belongs to Ayodhya. The Indian name of the queen was Suri-Ratna, the surprisingly Ayodhya to South Korean connection stunned everyone.
Although, the South Korean ambassador to India also commented on the Ayodhya’s Ram Janam Bhumi. Each year a group the Karak or Garak dynasties lineage from South Korea visit Uttar Pradesh, Ayodhya. They visit their queen’s motherland each year in India to know more about her and to pay tribute. According to them the queen Hew Hwang-Oak was their maternal grandmother.
The government also took the proposal to make a memorial of their beloved maternal grandmothers Suri-Ratna.