Ayodhya: Ram temple museum to tell the story of Hindu temples

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Ayodhya, August 21: The grand temple under construction at Shri Ram Janmabhoomi has started taking shape. At the same time, while rejuvenating other temples of the country, the work of giving them a grand appearance is also being done. Be it Srikashi Vishwanath Dham in Varanasi, Mahakal Temple in Ujjain or Kedarnath Jyotirlinga Temple, faith and heritage are not only being respected, the great campaign to restore the glory of Sanatan Dharma is also progressing at a fast pace through this.

In this episode, the Yogi government is going to build a huge museum showcasing the glory of temples across the country.

On the instructions of the Chief Minister, the UP Tourism Department has started preparing a detailed action plan regarding this. This temple museum is to be constructed in Ayodhya, the city of Lord Shri Ram.

…because Indian temples are also expressions of cultures

Sanatana Dharma is the oldest religion in the world. Contrary to popular belief, Sanatana Dharma is not confined to any one particular sect, rather it is considered as a set of sects. Sanatana Dharma is a broad-minded understanding. There are many ways to worship, worship and connect with your favorite. Sanatan Dharma and its diversity have been getting expression for centuries through innumerable temples spread in every corner of India. Indian temples are considered unique in terms of architecture from north to south and from east to west.

Experts from all over the world have done many tests on Indian temples and many research literature has also been published while studying this subject. Beyond their architectural grandeur, Indian temples are also expressions of culture. Every component of the soul of Indian culture is found in the temples of the country. The Yogi government is now going to bring these multidimensional thinking of Indian temples to the world through the temple museum.

Yogi government will tell the utility of temples to the young generation

A step forward has been taken by the Yogi government regarding the proposed temple museum in 5 acres area in Ayodhya. The UP Tourism Department aims to create this unique museum of Indian temples and magnificent temple architecture to introduce the world to the importance of temple complexes that reflect the holistic Hindu culture.

It is proposed to build a temple museum in Ayodhya with the aim of making the younger generation aware of why a temple was built at a particular place and the philosophy behind its construction. This includes the technological progress of ancient India, bringing out the importance of Indian temples in relation to their worship, educational institutions, including mathas and pithams, besides displaying excellent examples of temples built in different styles and the history of Indian temples. Telling the world about architectural heritage.

Complete philosophy behind the construction of temples will be seen in 12 galleries

The proposed museum will be divided into 12 galleries. These galleries will mesmerize the visitors with their innate artistry. Apart from this, these galleries will also instill a sense of pride and reverence, along with the scientific and philosophical aspect of the temples.

In these 12 galleries, the concept of God in Sanatan Dharma, the hidden philosophy behind the method of worship, the need for temples for worship, the architecture and craftsmanship of temples, the philosophy behind the rituals of temples, the social significance of temples beyond worship.

Utility, basic elements of Indian temples, temple construction techniques and high-quality scientific approach, architecture of various types of temples, Indian temples centers of spiritual energy, specific temples of India region and Hindu temples present in the whole world. Galleries will be built.

Apart from 12 galleries in the temple museum, there will also be facility of beautiful garden and pond, cafeteria and basement parking.