Ayodhya Ram Temple gets 600kg Lord Narmadeshwar Mahadev Shivling from Omkareshwar

Ayodhya Ram Temple

A Shivling of Lord Narmadeshwar Mahadev that is 4 feet tall and 600 kilogrammes in weight arrived in Ayodhya on Tuesday from Omkareshwar in Madhya Pradesh.

Champat Rai, the general secretary of the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust, received the Shivling according to tradition and offered Rudrabhishek. The Shivling is being kept in Ramsevakpuram. He said that the Janmabhoomi complex’s Ram temple is surrounded by six temples.

One of these will be the Shiva complex, which will house the Narmadeshwar Mahadev Shivling. According to Rai, the Shivling was discovered on the Narmada River’s banks, earning it the name Narmadeshwar Mahadev. It took three months to carve it into a Shivling shape. It had previously been stored in the Nazar Nihal Ashram in Billora Khurd, close to Omkareshwar. From there, it covered more than 1000 kilometres to get to Ayodhya through Ujjain, Shivpuri, Kanpur, and Lucknow.

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