Miniature artist from eastern India makes model of Lord Ram Temple
As hundreds in India and the world celebrate the inauguration of the Ram Temple, miniature artist L Eswar Rao came up with his own version of the structure, in eastern India’s Odisha.
This took place in Gopinathpur, Puri district on January 21.
Visuals showed Rao at work as he cut off a piece of card to make the structure. The miniature temple was made up using paper, chalk and matchsticks and Rao left no stone unturned in completing this structure. The miniature artist was also seen chiselling away at small pieces of chalk as he gave them shape to be placed on top of the towers of the temple. According to a report, Rao took seven whole days to complete this whole project, which was five and a half inches tall. Through this, he wanted to send his good wishes to members of the Hindu community on the occasion of the Ram Temple inauguration. The Ram Temple was inaugurated on January 22 in northern India’s Uttar Pradesh in a ceremony which was attended by a lot of high-profile celebrites from all around the country.
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