Muslim family donated 2.5 crore land for Virat Ramayana temple

Muslim family for world’s tallest Virat Ramayana temple at Kaithwalia in East Champaran district of Bihar Donated land worth more than 2.5 crores. Ishtyaq Ahmed Khan, the landlord of the village, has donated the land with full faith for the Virat Ramayana temple. Ishtyaq Ahmed Khan, who is doing business in Guwahati and his family members, on Wednesday registered a donation of 23 katthas (71 decimils) of their land to Viratramayana Temple at Kesaria Registration Office in East Champaran district. According to the government compensation, the value of this land has been estimated at more than Rs 2.5 crore. Ishtyaq Ahmed Khan himself informed the media on Monday at the Mahavir Mandir in Patna. Secretary of Mahavir Mandir Trust, Acharya Kishore Kunal told on this occasion that in the past too, the family members of Ishtyaq Ahmed Khan had spent a lot in getting land for the Virat Ramayana temple. have cooperated. He told that for this very important project of Mahavir Mandir, the Khan family also started giving land in Kaithwalia. He was the first

He gave his prized land situated on the road for the construction of the temple at an economical rate. others after that

After getting inspiration, he started giving land at concessional rates. Acharya Kishore Kunal told that till now one hundred acres of land has been received for the Virat Ramayana temple. 25 acres more land to be got. A huge Ramayana temple will be built on a total of 125 acres of land, one of the tallest and largest temples in the world.

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