Manoj Kumar Jena

As the country is gearing up for the grand inauguration of the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya, devotees across the country are sending gifts to ‘Ram Lalla’ before the ceremony. 

Ram Lalla’s devotees are tirelessly working day and night and coming up with creative ideas to show their devotion to the Lord. 

After a huge 108-feet-long incense stick was gifted to Lord Ram from Gujarat, a devotee from West Bengal has now showed his devotion to the Lord with a unique creation that is now surfacing on the internet. 

According to a News18 report, a man from West Bengal’s Durgapur has created a replica of the Ayodhya Ram Mandir by using biscuits. 

The video of the Ram Mandir replica created with biscuits is making rounds on various social media platforms. 

Chhotan Ghosh has now become the talk of the town for crafting such a wonderful replica of Ayodhya Ram Mandir. 

In the video, it can be seen that Chhotan has done a detailed work on the replica as it completely resembles the Ram Mandir. Besides, Chhotan used a variety of biscuits to create the replica. His skills and dedication can be clearly seen through the minute details he carved in the biscuits to make it look like the Ayodhya Ram Mandir. 

After the video made it to the social media, netizens were shocked seeing the amazing art and heaped praises on Chhotan. 

The comment section is filled with ‘Jai Shree Ram’ chants and one user wrote, “Can’t believe it’s made up of with biscuits,” and another user wrote, “India mein agar log Mann bana Len to kuch bhi kar sakte hain.” (SIC)

The video was shared on the X (formerly Twitter) handle of Adv.Dr,DG Chaiwala with the caption, “India is truly gifted by so many such skilled artists.Such amazing talent. JAI SHREE RAM.” (SIC)

Till the time of filing of this report, the video has amassed 27.3K views.

WATCH the video below:

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