2,000 ft under new Ram Mandir, time capsule will preserve 'history of struggle'

A time capsule will be placed underneath the new Ram Temple in Ayodhya. A temple trust member made the announcement ahead of foundation-laying. “The struggle for Ram Janmabhoomi has taught a lesson to the present generation and the future ones too. One thing which has emerged from the long legal fight to establish the history of the birthplace of Ram is that... A time capsule will be placed 2,000 ft beneath the temple about to be built (in Ayodhya), so that in future, whenever one wants to see the history (of the spot), then all facts and history of the struggle for the Ram Janmabhoomi will be available. This will ensure that another dispute doesn't erupt there,” said kameshwar chaupal, a member of the Ram temple trust. Construction of the temple is about to begin 9 months after the Supreme Court verdict. The Supreme Court gave the entire piece of disputed land to Mandir side & alternate plot to Masjid side. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will preside over foundation-laying at a mega ceremony on Aug 5. The foundation-laying will be preceded by 3 days of rituals and prayers. Only 200 people will be part of the foundation-laying due to Covid pandemic. Watch the full video for more details.

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