World's largest Hindu Temple, Viraat Ramayan Mandir, replica of Cambodia, Angkor Wat, Bihar, Ramayana

The Cambodian government protested in June against the new temple at Janki Nagar near Kesaria.
In East Champaran district150 km from Patna, was a "replica" Angkor Wat temple complex in Cambodia made by King SuryaVarman of the 12th century.

500 CRORES to be invested in this project in poverty stricken Bihar.

 Cambodia's acting ambassador Hun Han's report after a visit to the temple site on May 31, on a directive from his Deputy Prime Minister Hor Namhong.

The new temple was to be titles 'Virat Angkor Wat Ram Mandir', but changed following protests from Cambodia. Valecha Construction Company Mumbai-based will build the as quake proof to avoid the quake-prone Nepal border. "I am in receipt of a copy of the letter written to the Union ministry of culture and the ministry has asked the trust not to commence construction till the issue is amicably resolved," said Mahavir Mandir Nyas Samiti secretary Kishore Kunal.

Virat Ramayan Mandir Height 379 feet Angkor Wat only has 215 feet. 200 acres land length 2,400 feet width of 1,400 feet It will be the world's largest Hindu temple in the world, said Kunal. The complex will have 18 temples with high spires and dedicated to different Hindu deities. The proposed Shiva temple will house the world's largest 'shivaling'.

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