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[SPAM] This Is Ayodhya Ram Mandir

This Is Ayodhya Ram Mandir

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[SPAM] This Is Ayodhya Ram Mandir

The fake post is shared with claims about the temple in Jharkhand shown as Ayodhya Ram Mandir

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The below post has been circulating on social media

This Is Ayodhya Ram Mandir

Verification: The video shown is  Taleti Tirth Jain Mandir in Madhuban, Jharkhand

A video of the temple’s exterior with intricate patterns is viral on social media with a claim that it shows the Ram temple from Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh. The post can be seen here, here. This is not true. Check the links shared below to know the facts:

Video of Jain Temple From Jharkhand Falsely Shared as Ayodhya’s Ram Temple.
The video shown is of Shri Sammed Shikharji Taleti Tirth Jain Mandir in Madhuban, Jharkhand. It is at the foothills of the Parasnath hills in Jharkhand

Rohan Jain’s Instagram account shared the video on 23rd Dec 2023 with the description ”

अलौकिक ✨यह तीर्थ जैन २३ वे तीर्थंकर श्री पार्श्वनाथ परमात्मा को समर्पित हे ।
कुल २० तीर्थंकर परमात्मा की निर्वाण भूमि यानी सम्मेद शिखरजी महातीर्थ ।
उसी तीर्थ की तलेटि पर स्तिथ यह श्री सम्मेद शिखर तलेटि मंदिर । दर्शन करने के लिए अवश्य पधारे । @taletitirth
Location: Shree Sammed Shikharji Taleti Tirth”. He has also tagged Taletitirath in the description of his post.

This video shows Taleti Tirth Jain Mandir from Jharkhand and does not show Ayodhya’s Ram temple.

Taletirth shared the video on its Instagram account that shows the rotating pillars as in the viral video with false claims.

Check the videos shared below. It is told in the videos that Taleti is in Jharkhand


The video shared below sums it up:

“Shree Sammed Shikharji Taleti Tirth, located on Parasnath Hill, the highest mountain in Jharkhand, India, is a Jain pilgrimage site where 20 of the 24 Jain Tirthankaras attained Moksha, or liberation from the cycle of birth and death.

The site is also known as Sammed Shikhar or Sammet Shikhar, meaning “peak of concentration”, because the Tirthankaras and other monks practiced intense meditation there.

The site has 31 temples, each dedicated to a different Tirthankara or a Jain saint. The main temple is the Jal Mandir, where the 23rd Tirthankara, Parshvanatha, attained Moksha. The temple is surrounded by a water tank and has a marble idol of Parshvanatha.

The site can be reached by foot or by dolis (palanquins) from Madhuban, a town at the base of the hill. The distance from Madhuban to the top of the hill is about 9 km, and the total journey takes about 27 km, including the visit to all the temples.

The site is considered to be the most important Jain Tirtha by both the Digambara and the Śvētāmbara sects of Jainism. It is also one of the five principal pilgrimage destinations along with Girnar, Pawapuri, Champapuri, Dilwara, Palitana, and Ashtapad Kailash.

The exact date of the construction of the first temples at Shree Sammed Shikharji Taleti Tirth is not known, as they are associated with the ancient history of Jainism. However, some sources suggest that the earliest temples were built more than 900 years ago. The current structure of the temples was rebuilt by Jagat Seth in 1768 CE. The site has also undergone several renovations and expansions over the centuries by various Jain devotees and patrons.”

Check the screenshots from the viral videos and the real videos:

Screenshots from viral video:

Screenshots from real video:

Thus the video shown is of Shri Sammed Shikharji Taleti Tirth Jain Mandir in Madhuban, Jharkhand, and not Ayodhya Ram Mandir.

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Post Date: 02 Feb  2024

Post ID: #81182


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