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Top Ram Mandir Donations: A Look at the Most Expensive Gifts to Date

Hey Bhakt! Guess what's happening soon? Yes, the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya is finally getting inaugurated on January 22, 2024. It's like waiting for your birthday but imagine waiting for it for centuries! Indians everywhere are buzzing with excitement – it's a big deal.

ever wonder - what kind of gifts do you think the gods get on such a special occasion? I've got the lowdown on all the cool and fancy stuff people have sent in. From silver flutes to unique clock, it's like a gift bonanza up there!

So, get ready for a light-hearted ride into the world of divine gifts as we explore what's been showered on the Ram Mandir. It's time to unravel the fancy presents and see just how creative and generous the devotees can be. Exciting, right? Let's dive in for ram mandir donation!

1. Gifted 1.2 crore worth padukas from Andra-Pradesh

a man with gift

Hyderabad resident Charla Srinivasa Sastry embarks on a remarkable 1,300-km journey to Ayodhya, carrying golden 'padukas' worth 1.2 crores. Sastry, director of Ayodhya Bhagyanagaram Sitarama Seva Trust Foundation, began his padayatra on October 28 from Andhra Pradesh. Originally silver, the sandals were gold-plated during the journey. Sastry, who has previously donated silver bricks for the Ram temple, aims to reach Ayodhya by January 13. With just six members left from the initial 20 due to severe winter conditions, he plans to deliver the sandals to the uttar pradesh Chief minister before the temple's grand inauguration on January 22.


2. Over 3000 gifts from Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust Janakpur, Nepal

gifts from nepal

Over 3,000 gifts, including silver shoes, ornaments, and clothes, destined for Lord Ram from Sitaji's birthplace in Janakpur, Nepal, have reached Ayodhya. The offerings were handed over to the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust by Ram Roshan Das, the priest of Ram Janki Temple. Transported in a convoy of 30 vehicles from Janakpur Dham Ramjanaki Temple in Nepal, the gifts, presented by over 500 devotees, include fruits, sweets, gold, silver, and other items. The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) organized a Bhar Yatra from Janakpur to Ayodhya, covering over 500 km. Champat Rai, the general secretary of the Ram Mandir Trust, received the gifts at Karsevakpuram.


3. Specially designed clock gift from a local vegetable vendor

unique clocks

In a heartwarming gesture ahead of the Ram Temple's consecration ceremony in Ayodhya, a local vegetable vendor, Anil Kumar Sahu, presented a specially designed clock to the Ram Mandir Trust. The clock, measuring 75 cm in diameter, was crafted by Sahu to display the time concurrently in eight different countries. Champat Rai, the general secretary of the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust, received this thoughtful gift, highlighting the community's diverse contributions and support for the monumental occasion.


4. silver flute, silver conch shell, ornaments, and fragrant essence gift from vrindavan

a silver flutes

On January 22, Ram Lalla is going to be present at the Ram Temple in Ayodhya, and everyone is excited about it. It's not just a big moment for our country but for the whole world. On this special day, the king of Ayodhya is receiving gifts from Lord Krishna in Vrindavan. These gifts include a silver flute, a silver conch shell, ornaments, and fragrant essence. They are being sent from the city of Vrindavan in Uttar Pradesh to mark this historic occasion.


5. Ram mandir donation from Gita press in Gorakhpur

 a book

As part of the Ram Temple consecration in Ayodhya on January 22, special guests, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, President, and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, will receive gifts from the Gita Press in Gorakhpur. The Gita Press plans to present four books – Ayodhya Mahatmya, Ramank, Ayodhya Darshan, and Gita Diary – to these dignitaries. Additionally, 10,000 copies of the book Ayodhya Darshan will be gifted to the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust. The Gita Press, known for printing religious books, is gearing up for this auspicious occasion by preparing sets of these books and ensuring printing work is in progress. The books aim to provide a comprehensive view of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi in Ayodhya, covering its history, major temples, pilgrimage sites, and cultural importance.


6. A golden bow and arrow gifts from Mithila


After a long wait, Ram Lalla is about to be enshrined in his magnificent temple. In this regard, from Mithila, Lord Rama will be offered a golden bow and arrow. This offering will be made by Kishor Kunal, the chairman of the Patna Mahavir Temple Trust.

Following the decision on the Ram Janmabhoomi, the Patna Mahavir Temple Trust was the first to announce a donation of Rs 10 crore for the construction of the temple. The final installment of this donation will be dedicated before the consecration ceremony.


If you know about any other gifts people have given for this special day, drop a comment below. Keep an eye out for more updates as we approach this big day. Here's to seeing a dream come true for everyone!

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