Ram Mandir Bhoomi Pujan completed in the presence of PM Modi along with 174 leaders and saints. Due to Covid-19 pandemic, Ram Bhakts could not visit Ayodhya to witness the once-in-a-lifetime event. To overcome the loss of opportunity, many artists have come up with amazing illustrations, sculptures and paintings in the last few weeks. Here are some of the best artworks we found across social media platforms.
Sudarsan Pattnaik, famous sand artist posted photos of his sand sculpture of Bhagwan Ram on his social media accounts.
Created by Hardik Pancholi, this illustration of PM Modi doing Bhoomi Pujan is winning hearts across social media.
Sachin Sanghe, well-known micro sculpture artist from Bangalore created this amazing chalk sculptures of PM Modi taking Aashirwad from Bhagwan Ram
He also posted a short video of the process of creating the sculptures.
Hope you all love this as much as I did while carving #RamNaMo!— Sachin Sanghe (@SachinSanghe) August 5, 2020
Pulse of Bharath today is #RamRam 🙏#RamMandir #पधारो_राम_अयोध्या_धाम #JaiShriRam #AyodhyaBhoomipoojan @narendramodi pic.twitter.com/1WEet3vl4H
Karan Acharya, who became a popular name in every household for his Rudra Hanuman sketch, made a few illustrations in the last couple of weeks. The first one is of Ram Lalla.
The second illustration that he posted a day prior to Ram Mandir Bhoomi Pujan is of Bhagwan Ram.
Rameshram from Bangalore posted an beautiful illustration of Bhagwan Ram, Sita, Lakshman and Hanuman.
Pawan Acharya from Mangalore posted an illustration of Bhagwan Ram walking towards Ram Mandir
There are hundreds of illustrations posted by artists from across the world showing their happiness and enthusiasm towards Ram Mandir. As per the information provided by Ram Janmbhoomi Teerath Kshetra Trust, it will take around 3.5 years to complete the construction work.