In a momentous undertaking to pay homage to the divine, the Jai Sri Ram Foundation has embarked on a project of monumental proportions – the construction of a magnificent 108-feet statue of Lord Sri Rama. Nestled in the sacred town of Mantralayam, Andhra Pradesh, this endeavor is dedicated to Sri Raghavendra Swamy Mutt and aspires to be a beacon of spiritual grandeur.
At the helm of this awe-inspiring creation are visionary sculptors Ram Vanji Sutar, a recipient of Padmashree (1999) and Padma Bushan (2016), and Anil Ram Sutar, an architect boasting qualifications from both India and Washington University, USA. The conceptualization of this divine tribute is credited to Kalarathna Dr. A. Velu Sthapathi, under the auspices of the Jai Sri Ram Foundation.
The meticulous execution of this sacred initiative has been entrusted to the diligent hands of the Sree Raghavendra Swamy Foundation, spearheaded by Sridhar M.P. and K. Ramu. These individuals, fueled by unwavering dedication, work tirelessly to bring to fruition the colossal statue, which is poised to become a symbol of spiritual magnificence.
To facilitate the realization of this divine vision, the Jai Sri Ram Foundation extends an invitation to devotees and well-wishers to contribute generously. Contributions can be made through various channels, including UPI, with the designated UPI ID being jaisriram16@sbi, and traditional banking methods using the provided account details.
For those eager to witness the divine journey unfold, a 3D modeling experience is accessible at www.jaisriram.tv. By scanning the QR code, one can immerse themselves in the spiritual essence of the Lord Sri Rama 108 Feet Statue, witnessing the meticulous craftsmanship and dedication invested in this monumental project.
This noble cause receives its inspiration and guidance from H.H Paramapoojya Sri Subudhendra Teertha Swamiji, standing as a testament to the unity of hearts in the collective pursuit of spiritual excellence. Let us join hands in support of this divine endeavor, contributing to the manifestation of a monumental tribute to Lord Sri Rama, a symbol of unity and devotion.