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Ayodhya Ram Mandir: 108-Foot Incense Stick To Fill The Shri Ram Temple With A Divine Fragrance!

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In the city of Vadodara, Gujarat, a colossal 108 ft long and 3.5 ft wide incense stick is in the making, destined for the inauguration of the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi mandir in India's Ayodhya on January 22. This unique creation, weighing 3500 kgs, holds immense significance for its grandeur and historical context.

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Vihabhai Bharwad, a resident of Tarsali in Vadodara, has dedicated the last six months to crafting this monumental incense stick single-handedly outside his home. Having successfully made a 111 ft long incense stick in the past, Bharwad's craftsmanship reflects his commitment to this special project.

The ingredients composing this extraordinary incense stick include 3000 kg of Gir cow dung, 91 kg of Gir cow ghee (clarified butter), 280 kg of Devdar tree wood, and other materials of Indian significance. The local Member of Parliament Ranjanben Bhatt and her team are actively supporting Vihabhai, who dedicates two to three hours daily.

To transport the colossal incense stick to Ayodhya, a long trailer truck will cover approximately 1800 km. The planned route includes Vadodara, Halol, Kalol, Godhra, Shahera, Arvalli, Modasa, Shamlaji, Kherwada, Udaipur, Malvada, Savariya Sheth Mandir, Chittor, Bhilwada, Dadiya, Kishangadh, Jaipur, Ghosa Mahendipur, Balaji Choraya, Bharatpur, Faterpur Sikri, Agra, Lucknow, Itava, Kanpur, Unao, Barabanki, and finally, Ayodhya.

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This incense stick reached Fatehpur Sikri and Kiravali in Agra on Monday where hundreds of people reached the highway.

There will be 108 havan Kund for poojas.

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