Pune: Special Children Unveil Shri Ram Temple Replica at Sarasbaug Ganpati Temple

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Pune, 15th January 2024: Special children of Ab-Normal Home have made a replica of Shri Ram Temple in Ayodhya, at Sarasbaug Ganpati Temple, Pune.

Dr. Praveen Dabadghav, the West Maharashtra in-charge of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), expressed his joy at the event, emphasizing that with the divine blessings of Lord Ramchandra, India stands united as “One Nation.”

Speaking on behalf of the Creative Foundation, Dr. Dabadghav extended gratitude to the tax servants and hailed the significant moment of pride for every Indian as the consecration of Shri Ram is set to take place in Ayodhya on January 22. He highlighted the enduring struggle of 550 years that has culminated in the construction of the Ram Temple, marking a monumental achievement for the nation.

The replica of the Ram Temple, a testament to the spirit of devotion displayed by special children, was opened for public viewing. City leaders from various political parties, including Deepak Mankar (NCP), Dheeraj Ghate (BJP), Pramod Nana Bhangire (Shiv Sena), Sanjay Sonawane (RPI), Bharat Lagad (Shiv Sangram Association), and others, graced the occasion, showcasing a rare display of unity.

Mankar won hearts with a soulful rendition of the devotional song “Rama Raghunandana,” capturing the spiritual essence of the moment. Sandeep Khardekar, President of Creative Foundation, highlighted the uniqueness of the project undertaken by special children, expressing pride in the decision to open the replica for public viewing.

Khardekar, also the coordinator of RSS, acknowledged the presence of city presidents from all constituent parties of grand alliance (Maha Yuti), attributing the event’s success. Dr. Dabadghav gifted the book Ramayana of Ram Janmabhoomi during the ceremony.

Ramesh Bhagwat, President of Devdeveshwar Sansthan, expressed his privilege in displaying the Ayodhya replica in the Ganapati temple, announcing plans for Anandotsav celebrations on January 22 in all the temples of the Sansthan.