Ram Janambhoomi Mandir Will Have Sharda Peth Soil In Its Foundation

SRINAGAR: On August 5, when the Shilanyas of Ram Janambhoomi Mandir will start at Ayodhya, the clay will have something very special. It will include soil from the Sharda Peth, the oldest centres of knowledge, now in ruins in Muzaffarabad periphery.

Ruins of Sharda Peeth shrine in Neelum Valley of PaK.

The soil is being sent to the organisers by Save Sharda Committee Kashmir (SSCK). It had sources the soil earlier from the residents of Muzaffarabad.

“Save Sharda Committee, Kashmir on invitation of VHP participates in a press conference in New Delhi and presented the pious soil got from Sharda Peeth in PoK to its working president Alok Kumar,” Jammu newspaper Daily Excelsior reported.

The VHP is apparently gathering the soil from various parts of the country for the use in Garb Greh of the temple in the foundation.

The newspaper reported Alok Kumar, the VHP working president displayed the urns before the media persons.

“Talking to reporters Founder of Save Sharda Committee, Ravinder Pandita said that he is very thankful to the civil society members of PaK , who had sent the pious soil and flowers from Sharda Peeth to him,” the newspaper reported. “The pious soil of the Maha Shakti Peeth has been utilized for a pious occasion of the construction of Shree Ram Mandir in Ayodhya”, the birthplace of Lord Ram.”

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