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    The Ram Mandir in Ayodhya is soon going to be inaugurated, and devotees have contributed various items like golden Paduka, sarees, and jewellery. Anuradha Timbers International from Hyderabad has played a crucial role in crafting the doors of the temple. Additionally, a mobile car that resembles the Ram Mandir is being created to allow people in the city to see a replica of the iconic temple right outside their door.

    The purpose behind designing this mobile car is to provide an opportunity for those who cannot visit Ayodhya to catch a glimpse of the temple. The car is being designed by Kanyaboyina Sudhakar, the owner of Sudha Cars Museum. It will be displayed at the Numaish exhibition from January 19 until it ends.

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    The model car is a scaled-down version of the one in Ayodhya, reduced by 20 times to create a similar replica. It has a mild steel structure covered with fiberglass and is based on a 307 matador engine. The design and execution of the model car took two years to complete. It can travel at a high speed of 60 km and has dimensions of 22 feet in length, 18 feet in width, and 26 feet in height. The model car features 216 pillars.

    The model car also includes an in-built generator to illuminate the entire temple structure and a music system to play Bhajans. Sudhakar stated that 60% of the work is already completed, and the remaining tasks will be finished by January 18. In mid-February, the car will be taken across Telangana, especially to rural areas, so that everyone can have a glimpse of the temple structure.

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