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The soil of the Ram Janmabhoomi is saved by the temple trust in packed compartments.
The construction of the temple of Lord Ramlala at the Ram Janmabhoomi in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh, is going on. These days the process of filling the foundation is going on. Meanwhile, the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Tirtha Kshetra Trust has decided to take the Raja Kan (soil) of the Janmabhoomi as a heritage to every corner of the country and from house to house. Work has also started on this. Devotees who come here to visit Ramlala daily are carrying this sacred Raja kan with them in a packed box.
Holy soil symbolizing faith
Prakash Gupta, in-charge of the trust office, says that the soil from the construction of the temple is kept in Ram Sevak Puram. Saints and devotees coming from outside the monastery temple have demanded the Rajakana found from the Ram temple site. Which is being packed in a small box and distributed from Karsevak Puram. The clay found in digging the foundation for the construction of Ram temple has become a symbol of faith for the devotees. That is why the Trust has named this soil as ‘Ramjanmabhoomi Rajakan’. The soil coming out of the sanctum sanctorum and the temple complex is packed in small compartments.
The foundation was dug 40 feet deep for the construction of the temple.
Distribution is being done from Karsevakapuram
Rajakana is being offered to the devotees coming to Ayodhya Darshan from Karsevakapuram. For which a large number of people are reaching Karsevak Puram for Rajakana. The devotees used to visit Ramlala till now, but their mind remains to be unable to take Ramlala’s offerings with them. But, now a large size cardamom grain packet is being given to those who visit Ramlala. Ramlala suffers from this cardamom grain. The trust has currently banned the distribution of Charanamrit due to Corona’s growing transition.
Proposed model of Ram temple.