Lens view: Water from 115 countries for Ram Mandir

The Indian diaspora around the world led by Dr. Vijay Jolly of Delhi Study Group together procured river and ocean water of 115 nations across 7 continents for Ram mandir

Lens view: Water from 115 countries for Ram Mandir
Former Member of Delhi Legislative Assembly and president, Delhi Study Group, Vijay Jolly holding a pot containing water from 115 countries of seven continents to be used in Ram Temple being constructed at Ayodhya, during a media interaction in New Delhi on wednesday. Ashish Brahambhatt from Scotland and Taj Mohammed from Tajikistan are also seen in the picture who brought water from their respective countries. Photograph : Rajeev Bhatt

River and ocean water of 115 nations from 7 continents for Ayodhya Ram Mandir in India by Delhi Study Group led by their president Dr. Vijay Jolly, a former Member of Legislative assembly.

Sealed pots containing water from 115 countries around seven continents to be used in Ram Temple being constructed at Ayodhya, displayed during an media interaction by Delhi Study Group led by Vijay Jolly in New Delhi on Wednesday. Photograph: Rajeev Bhatt

The first country across religious lines to respond for this mission was Scotland followed by Tajikistan. Ashish Brahmbhatt, Taj Mohammed and others from the Indian diaspora made this possible by their efforts. Jolly says he drew his inspiration from former Vishwa Hindu Parishad International president Ashok Singhal, Veteran BJP leader L.K. Advani and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.