The in-charge of the trust office said a large number of devotees demanded holy soil of the temple to carry back home for religious purposes.
According to Ayodhya Municipal Commissioner Vishal Singh, 12 acres of land have already been earmarked for the purpose of building guest houses for visitors from foreign countries
It may be recalled that the design approved by the trust for the grand temple envisages the complex in an area sprawling over 107 acres instead of the 70 acres which the trust got after the SC verdict
According to Mahant Govind Dev Giri, the treasurer of the trust, a lot of requests were pouring in from Ram Bhakts living abroad to launch a global drive for collecting donations.
During his press conference, he accused the BJP and Sangh parivar organisations of misusing Rama's name
Speaking to reporters in Udupi on Tuesday, the seer urged Kumaraswamy not to make any accusation without proof
Bollywood designer Manish Tripathi designs Khadi Silk angvastram in seven colours for the deities in Ayodhya.
Central agencies would be roped in to prepare a layout of the security ring to be laid in and around the temple complex.
Prasad handed over the cheque to Mohan Singh and Rajesh Pandey, representatives of Sri Rama Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra trust.
Mahadeva said BJP and the Sangh Parivar were reaching out to rural areas with slogans like 'Jai Sri Ram' to divert farm laws issue
The design for the foundation will be readied in a Mumbai-based lab and it would reach Ayodhya in printed form in February.
Speaking to reporters in Korutla on Thursday, the TRS MLA wondered why the people of Telangana needed "Uttar Pradesh Rama". "We have several Rama temples in Telangana," he said.
When the place, where the sanctum sanctorum of the temple has to be brought up, was dug, the experts found loose sand at the construction site.
Constructed on a mammoth scale, the installation is 32ft in height and 48ft in width and towers over shoppers as they wrap up their festival shopping.
The gigantic bell was handed over to the temple trust members by Rajlakshmi Manda, general secretary of the Chennai-based Legal Rights Council.