The sound of the bell of the Ram temple can be heard from a distance of 15 km, made by a Muslim artisan


Bangla Hunt Desk: Construction of the magnificent Ram Mandir in Ayodhya has begun. The main octagonal bell for the Ram temple is 8 feet long and five feet wide. The sound of this bell of Ram temple can be heard from a distance of 15 km. This watch weighs 21 quintals. Gold, silver, copper, glass, tin, iron, bronze and mercury have been used to make this bell.

A man named Dau Dayal is making this octahedron. On the other hand, Iqbal Mistry is doing design, grinding and polishing work. Iqbal, a Muslim artisan from Jalesar in Uttar Pradesh's Ita district, is constructing the 2,100-kg watch. The bell is being made at the factory of Bikash Mittal, president of Jalesar municipality. This bell will be a symbol of unity of the Hindu-Muslim community. It will cost around Rs 21 lakh to make this watch.

Aditya Mittal, brother of Bikash Mittal, said, “We believe that we got this job for some divine reason.” And for this reason we have decided to donate it to the temple. It will cost around Rs 21 lakh to make this watch. Earlier, Bikash Mittal donated a 51kg bell to Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.

The Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Pilgrimage Trust has approved the design of the Ram temple. This design has also been approved in the board meeting of Ayodhya Development Authority. After the approval of the design of the Sriram Temple in Ayodhya, the pace of construction of the temple has increased.