Ram temple will be opened for devotees soon: Champat Rai

Dignitaries releasing Shri Amarnath Ji Yatra guide book at Jammu on Sunday.
Dignitaries releasing Shri Amarnath Ji Yatra guide book at Jammu on Sunday.

Shri Amarnath Ji Yatra Guide Book released

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, May 22: A programme was organized by the Tourism Federation Jammu to release Shri Amarnath Ji Yatra Guide Book 2022 to facilitate the pilgrims during the upcoming Yatra.
Champat Rai, general secretary Shri Ram Janmbhoomi Teerth Kshetra Ayodhya, Member of Parliament from Jammu-Poonch constituency, Jugal Kishore Sharma, and Mayor Jammu Municipal Corporation, Chander Mohan Gupta were special invitees.
The programme started with paying obeisance to Lord Rama, followed by recitation of Shri Ram Bhajan in Dogri by Pt. Sat Pal Raina. The audiences were left spellbound to see the animated video of the construction going on at Ram Janmbhoomi Ayodhya. They were shown how the construction work is going on and how will the magnificent temple look after its completion.
The programme was conducted by general secretary, Tourism Federation Jammu, Raman Suri, who is also president of Sarafa Association Jammu. Introducing Champat Rai to the audience, Raman Suri said that he is blessed to be serving the cause of construction of the Ram Temple.
Champat Rai, was honoured by representatives of various travel, trade and Bazar Associations of Jammu on the occasion.
Jugal Kishore Sharma, in his address said that Champat Rai has remained associated with the Ram Janmbhoomi since 1983 and he has stood witness to each and every development that kept unfolding during this period.
Mayor Jammu Municipal Corporation, Chander Mohan Gupta, said that his contribution in the construction of Ram Temple is par excellence and he has been looking after the work of the temple right from beginning.
Champat Rai, while addressing the gathering, said that doors of the magnificent Ram temple at Ayodhya will soon be thrown open for devotees across the world. He said, after retrieving the land, the engineers at site faced multiple technical issues but the same were overcome after which the foundation work stands completed today. Now the work on terrace, finishing and landscape is going on which will be completed by August 23, 2023. Along with this, decorative pillars and the main sanctum-sanctorum will be constructed, for which devotees across the globe are overly-enthusiastic.
He further informed the gathering that the boundary wall is also being designed in such a way that the devotees will be able to conduct a Parikrama while walking on top of it as well.
Kiran Wattal, Tapan Dubey, Gaurav Gupta, Ajay Gupta, B.B. Kotwal, Amrik Singh, Abhay Bakaya, Gurmeet Singh, Jagdish Langar and Surinder Mahajan were present on the occasion.
The vote of thanks was presented by the working president Vishva Hindu Parishad and Chairman Tourism Federation Jammu, Rajesh Gupta.