GUWAHATI: A youth from Morigaon in Assam has built a Ram Mandir out of bamboo and the design is based on the to be built Ram Mandir in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh.
According to reports, the youth identified as Dhiraj Pator is a resident of 1 Gunamra village in Morigaon district, Dhiraj Pator is an artisan who uses local products to create handicraft items. The Ram Mandir by Pator is made of a local variety of bamboo.
Notably, due to lockdown Pator remained indoors and used his skills to create and build a lot of handicraft items.
Earlier on Republic Day this year, Uttar Pradesh's tableau – titled "Ayodhya: The Cultural heritage of Uttar Pradesh" and depicting the model of the proposed Ram Mandir (Ram temple) in Ayodhya was adjudged the best at the Republic Day parade in Delhi. The tableau depicts the cultural heritage of the ancient holy town Ayodhya, believed to be the birthplace of Lord Shri Ram, a model of a Ram temple, a glimpse of the festival 'Deepotsav' and various stories from Ramayana epic were.
According to reports, following the feat of the tableau, the state government is planning to bring it back from Delhi to Lucknow by road, passing through various districts so that the public could close look at the tableau.
Taking to the micro-blogging site Twitter Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, congratulate the people of Uttar Pradesh for the achievement.
He further stated that Uttar Pradesh has created history winning prizes for two consecutive years. Last year the state received second prize while this year it was awarded the first prize.
Report says, out of all 32 tableaux,17 were from states and Union Territories (UT's), 9 from Union ministries, departments, and paramilitary forces, while 6 were from the defence ministry that was part of the parade on Rajpath this year.