Students and faculty of Avantika University, Ujjain, have created a 3D printed model of Ram Mandir in Ayodhya and presented it to Champat Rai, General Secretary of Ram Janmabhoomi Nyas. They recently collaborated to produce a 3D-printed replica of the Ram Mandir located in Ayodhya. This impressive model was proudly presented to Champat Rai, the General Secretary of Ram Janmabhoomi Nyas, showcasing the students’ and faculty’s dedication to cultural and religious initiatives.
The Vice-Chancellor of Avantika University, Dr Nitin Rane, along with Director Shripad Dhoot (Shripad Kulkarni), took a personal initiative to present the 3D-printed replica of the Ram Mandir to Champat Rai at his office. This direct interaction underscores the university leadership’s involvement in significant projects and their commitment to fostering cultural and religious initiatives within the institution.
The intricate model, crafted using advanced 3D printing technology, was a testament to the capabilities and resources available on the university’s campus. The hands-on presentation by the university’s leadership not only showcased their support for such endeavors but also highlighted the institution’s dedication to embracing modern technologies for meaningful and culturally relevant projects.
Champat Rai praised the students’ work, saying, “The model is unique, and it is a matter of pride to know that students are making such wonderful replicas and models in the university lab itself.” He commended the excellent quality and high level of artistic detail of the model.
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