Shree Radha Krishna Temple Trust & Merchants Chamber Presents Chitrakala Samagam

Embrace the Cultural Extravaganza at J.K. Temple: A Celebration of Art, Music, and Devotion
Shree Radha Krishna Temple Trust & Merchants Chamber Presents Chitrakala Samagam

Merchants Chamber Uttar Pradesh and J.K. Temple presents Ram Janki Kala Mahotsav. Gather at J.K. Temple on 21st and 22nd January as Ram Lala is being welcomed at Ayodhya. It is a two day cultural symphony of art, music and dance.

Art Kala Mahotsav will be held on 21st January and 300 talented artists from across Kanpur will gather at J.K. Temple for a ‘Love Painting Extravaganza’. Watch the creative energy of the city come to life as we celebrate with colourful displays of our feelings. Entries have been accepted from all children and adults (7-99 years) of Kanpur. Click on the link to register yours now! Hurry up before the registration link is closed.

You can make a painting, drawing or sketch of the following -

A) JK Temple

B) Hanumanji

C) Ayodhya Temple

Immerse yourself in the divine ambience of JK Temple on 22nd January. Take in the big maha aarti, join in on the soul-stirring bhajan singing, and watch Kala Nidhi's moving drama. Passes will be available from 10th January at JK Temple or Merchants Chamber.

Some Interesting Facts About Ram Mandir -

1. The architects responsible for the splendour of the Ram Mandir are members of the distinguished Sompura family, who have built over 100 temples across the globe. They have contributed to the holy temple of Somnath.

2. Remarkably, the Ram Mandir is being built without the use of steel or iron, a break from traditional building methods. The sole usage of stones, according to Champat Rai, general secretary of the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust, guarantees the temple's structural stability for a millennium, demonstrating the enduring strength derived from conventional building techniques.

3. In a beautiful homage to history, the bricks employed in erecting the Ram Mandir have the sacred inscription ‘Shri Ram.’

4. Soil from Thailand has been sent for the consecration ceremony of Ram Lalla on January 22, 2024, as a show of cross-border spiritual solidarity. This conversation highlights how Lord Ram's legacy is relevant everywhere, regardless of location.