Ram temple trust has so far received donations worth ₹41 crore
- The Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust has, so far, received donations to the tune of ₹41 crore even before the construction of the proposed Ram temple has begun.
- This does not include the donations made by religious leaders, including Swami Chiddanand Saraswati of the Parmarth Niketan,
Swami Avdeshanand Giriof the Juna Akhada, Baba Ramdevand other dignitaries who were in Ayodhyaon Wednesday.
- The seer also stated that people had contributed for the cause of Ram temple even during the Covid-19 pandemic.
This does not include the donations made by religious leaders, including Swami Chiddanand Saraswati of the Parmarth Niketan, Swami Avdeshanand Giri of the Juna Akhada,
According to Swami Govind Dev Giri, treasurer of the trust, "The total donation to the trust stood at Rs 30 crore when the logbook was last seen on Tuesday. Another Rs 11 crore was donated by Morari Babu, which makes it about Rs 41 crore. However, the amount does not include donations made on Wednesday."
The seer also stated that people had contributed for the cause of Ram temple even during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Sources said that donations totalling Rs 4.60 crore were received in two separate official accounts of the trust since March 25 when the lockdown was first imposed.
Online donations also came for the temple from the day the trust rolled out a net banking option on
The treasurer further said that the trust was loaded with queries for donations from overseas.
"We cannot accept money from NRIs till we get the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act certification which is in process. Then, the trust will immediately get donations worth Rs 5-7 crore," he said.
Trust officials also made it clear they were not averse to accepting donations from people of other religions.
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