The first pillar will be installed on Maniparvat in Ayodhya
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Ashok Singal Foundation is going to install pillars from Ayodhya to wherever Lord Shri Ram passed. Descriptions of places will also be engraved on these pillars. The first pillar will be installed on Maniparvat in Ayodhya. These pillars are being built at the Trivedi Crop Marble Unit at Abu Road in Sirohi district. Kiran Trivedi, the operator of the unit, said that the first pillar will be installed on Maniparvat in Ayodhya and in two days it will be constructed and will go to Ayodhya.
He said that after the first pillar, pillars will be installed at 290 such places wherever Lord Ram passed. He said, "It is a matter of pride and privilege for us that we are making the pillar, which we had made in the first four shapes, out of which one has been finalized.
The specialty of this stone is that it never freezes nor does it deteriorate.
The height of the pillars to be installed at a total of 290 places is 4.5 meters. These pillars will have details of places with sun, bow, peak. These pillars are being built by builder Mahesh Bhagchandani.
Significantly, the Kashi Vishwanath Corridor has also been constructed by the Trivedi unit, the stone in which the corridor has been built and the pillars are being constructed in the same stone. The specialty of this stone is that the moss (lake) never freezes nor does it deteriorate.
The work in the pillar has been done mainly through machines, along with this, 15 workers have been engaged in its construction. The first of the 290 pillars being built in collaboration with the Ashok Singal Foundation will be installed on Ayodhya's Maniparvat, which is ready and will soon leave for Ayodhya from Abu Road.
These stones have been brought from Mirzapur Chunar in Uttar Pradesh.
Pawan Yadav, general manager of Trivedi Corp, said that these pillars are being built from the same stone from which the Kashi Corridor was built in Varanasi. These stones have been brought from Mirzapur Chunar in Uttar Pradesh. Mainly the work of making pillars is done by machines. But workers are employed to polish the columns at the end.
Manoj Tiwari, manager of Ashok Singal Foundation, said that Lord Shri Ram's 5000 km Akhand Bharat Yatra started from India to Nepal and Sri Lanka, its huge form is visible to the common people through various pilgrimage sites today.
The pillar is being constructed by Ashok Singhal Foundation and Mahesh Bhagchandka of M2K
Shri Ram Stambha is being constructed by Ashok Singhal Foundation and Mahesh Bhagchandka of M290K to mark about 2 places of Lord Shri Ram's Van Gaman Marg and show the importance of that place.
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