Mauryan Topra Kalan, Buddhist temples and buildings will be connected with more than 20 countries : Dainik Jagran

Popin Panwar, Yamunanagar :  The Buddhist shrine temples built in the construction of the Mauryan period and the temple will now be built in the small village of Topra kalan in Haryana state. On completion of the work, Ashoka Edict Park, which is being built in the village, will become an international site of Buddhism. This will encourage foreign tourism, because in the more than 20 countries of the world 26 percent of the citizens are Buddhists. According to 1 population, 97 in Cambodia, Thailand 93, 87 in Burma, 74 in Bhutan, 70 in Sri Lanka, 18 in China and 0.8 percent in India are intellectual. The Buddhist Forum is working closely with the Government to link all the Buddhist countries with this park.16 acres will be completed in the project: During the time of Emperor Asoka, the buildings of wood were constructed. There will be eight two-storeyed building of idol in Edict Park. They are supposed to be built in the design of Kondana Chetti Maharashtra. Area of ​​buildings has been fixed at eight thousand square yards. The first project was estimated to cost 32 crores. Now the expenditure will reach 55 crores. At present, 27 acres is for the project. It will be extended to 60 acres.

It will be in International Park: three meditation buildings in the park, two in the ancient temple, one museum, 12 turret and wall hangars. Three Buddhist Stupas, 15 Ashok Pillars, 10 inscriptions, the highest height of 30 feet in the country, the four national symbols of the lion and Ashok Chakra (80 feet) of the highest height in the country will be installed here.

Therefore, the building will be built by wood : Satyadeep  Nil Gauri, founder of the Buddhist Forum and Project (Australia), explains that Emperor Asoka had constructed wood temples and buildings during the propagation of Buddhism. Most of the timber houses were built during the Maurya period, which were lost in time. The buildings of wood are being reconstructed in Ashoka Idest Park. Seeing this, people will know the old civilization. He also gave scientific logic that the temperature of the temple of wood is not less. Due to the same temperature, it is considered good for meditation. This park will add Buddhist followers from 200 countries of the world

Teak wood will be floated from Burma: Temples and buildings will be prepared from Myanmar (Burma) teak. The typical feature of teak wood is that these woods can not be damaged in water nor can they cause damage to termites. The construction of teak timber can last up to 500 years after the maintenance is regulated. Cement and concrete will not be used in construction. The foundations of the buildings will also be prepared with teak and stones. Pope Panwar, Yamuna Nagar 1 Buddhist religious site, built with the construction of the Mauryan period, temple and building will now be built in small village Topra kalan  of Haryana state. On completion of the work, Ashoka Edict Park, which is being built in the village, will become an international site of Buddhism. This will encourage foreign tourism, because in the more than 20 countries of the world 26 percent of the citizens are Buddhists. According to 1 population, 97 in Cambodia, Thailand 93, 87 in Burma, 74 in Bhutan, 70 in Sri Lanka, 18 in China and 0.8 percent in India are intellectual. All Buddhist countries are working together with The Buddhist Forum Government to connect this park with this park.

Therefore, the building will be built by wood: Sataydeep Nil Gauri, founder of the Buddhist Forum and Project (Australia), explains that Emperor Asoka had constructed wood temples and buildings during the propagation of Buddhism. Most of the timber houses were built during the Maurya period, which were lost in time. The buildings of wood are being reconstructed in Ashoka Edicts Park. Seeing this, people will know the old civilization. He also gave scientific logic that the temperature of the temple of wood is not less. Due to the same temperature, it is considered good for meditation. This park will add Buddhist followers from 200 countries of the world.1

Teak wood will be floated from Burma: Temples and buildings will be prepared from Myanmar (Burma) teak. The typical feature of teak wood is that these woods can not be damaged in water nor can they cause damage to termites. The construction of teak timber can last up to 500 years after the maintenance is regulated. Cement and concrete will not be used in construction. The foundation of the buildings will also be prepared with teak and stones.1 project file will be sent in Ambassi, 1 MLA, Shyam Singh Rana, points out that the project file has been stamped at the district level. From here the file will be sent to Tourism Minister Ram Bilas Sharma through the Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj, to the Embassy of Buddhist countries. Financial support will also be taken from there. Sarpanch Manish Kumar says that this is a good effort. The Gram Panchayat is also cooperating. Some of the proposed Buddhist temples and buildings in Toprakala village of Yamunanagar will be like this. Except Bodh Gaya Temple. Jagran is doing publicity in the publicity 1 JMIT Radar student Arjit Singh, Manav Gupta, Shubham Singla, Navin Arora, Vaibhav Junja Idukt Park, the country’s largest Ashoka Chakra and temples are promoted by social media. Students are apprising of the Indian Buddhist culture of the country and abroad. According to the one founder, Toprakalan 1 founder, in this village, Ashoka had established Ashoka Pillar in the village. This is the only pillar on which the seven records (Raj commands) are mentioned. The column was taken by the Firoz Shah Tughlaq in the 14th century to Delhi Kotla. Lord Buddha also came in the state. Here he gave the most important precepts of his life to the Mahasatti Pathhanasutra (prevailing in the name of persecution in today’s times).

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