In this file, Nripendra Mishra, the chairman of the Ram Temple Construction Committee along with Senior VHP leader Champat Rai during their inspection at Ramjanmabhoomi Nyas kaaryashala, in Ayodhya. (PTI Photo)
In this file, Nripendra Mishra, the chairman of the Ram Temple Construction Committee along with Senior VHP leader Champat Rai during their inspection at Ramjanmabhoomi Nyas kaaryashala, in Ayodhya. (PTI Photo)

VHP vice president says 515 cr collected from Rajasthan for Ram Mandir

A nationwide campaign was run for 42 days from January 15 to collect funds for the building of the temple and 2,500 crore has been collected till March 4.
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PUBLISHED ON MAR 07, 2021 10:53 PM IST

Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) vice president Champat Rai on Sunday said Rajasthan has contributed the highest 515 crore for the construction of the Ram temple in Ayodhya.

A nationwide campaign was run for 42 days from January 15 to collect funds for the building of the temple and 2,500 crore has been collected till March 4, he said at a press conference.

The idea of using Mirzapur stones for the plinth of the temple and stones from Jodhpur for its rampart is being considered, he said, adding, stones from Banshi Paharpur in Bharatpur district will also be used in the temple.

The grand Ram temple will be 161 feet high from the ground floor, 361 feet long and 235 feet wide. Three floors will be built, each 20 feet high, the VHP vice president said, adding the temple will have 160 pillars.

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