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West Bengal: Midnapore Gets Ram Mandir before the Ayodhya inauguration

A Ram Sita Hanuman temple was inaugurated in Midnapore, West Bengal, just a week before the Ayodhya event on January 22.

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In a significant development, the district of Midnapore in West Bengal has welcomed a new temple dedicated to Lord Ram and Sita. This temple holds immense religious and cultural significance for the local community.

The construction of the Ram Sita temple in Midnapore is a testament to the devotion and faith of the people in the region. It will serve as a place of worship and a symbol of unity for the community.

The Chairman of the Midnapore municipality, Soumen Khan, said the temple was built at first by an agency under the Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (Amrut) at Gandhi Ghat, Midnapore. However, some parts of the temple become damaged. An agency recruited by the civic body has finally rebuilt the temple.

Khan added there are many decorations, like installing lights at “I Love Midnapore” Gandhighat, have been completed. There will be a special “Ganga Aarti” arranged here during Mahalaya and Makar Sankranti.

The Ram Sita temple in Midnapore is expected to become a center for spiritual and cultural activities. It will serve as a place for religious discourses, festivals, and other community events.

With the establishment of this temple, the people of Midnapore now have a dedicated place to pay their respects to Lord Ram and seek blessings from him and Sita. It is believed that the presence of this temple will bring peace, prosperity, and harmony to the region.

The Ram Sita Hanuman temple was rebuilt on the banks of Kangsabati river in Midnapore. At the auspicious event of Makar Sankranti, the temple was inaugurated by the MLA of Midnapore, June Maliah.

The construction of the Ram Sita temple in Midnapore is a positive development that highlights the rich cultural heritage and religious diversity of West Bengal. It is a testament to the enduring faith and devotion of the people.

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