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Ayodhaya Bank has ‘Shri Sita Ram’ deposited in Urdu, Arabic with crores of notebooks

A Bank Established Two Decades Ago Has The Most Number Of Languages With ‘Shri Sita Ram' Written On It. Bags Full Of Note Books Packed With Shri Sita Ram Written On Them, The Words Are Not Only Written In Hindi Or Sanskrit But Also In Urdu And Arabic.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Hina Khan | Updated on: 12 Apr 2017, 08:30:14 AM
Ayodhaya Bank has ‘Shri Sita Ram’ deposited in Urdu, Arabic (Image tweeted by ANI)

New Delhi:

A bank established two decades ago has the most number of languages with ‘Shri Sita Ram' written on it. Bags full of note books packed with Shri Sita Ram written on them, the words are not only written in Hindi or Sanskrit but also in Urdu and Arabic.

This bank called International Shri Sita Ram Naam Bank in Mani Ram Ki Chhawni locality of Ayodhya has been amassing the note book collection of Shri Sita Ram and aims to return it all on the day of final judgment of the contentious issue of Ram temple.

The notebook is provided by the bank, free of cost on which the depositors scribble 'Shri Sita Ram' in red ink.

As reported by ANI, the bank management boasts of having crores of such notebooks deposited by the accountholders.

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The bank manager also claims that they don’t have Shri Ram deposits in Hindi or Urdu only but also in Urdu, Arabic, English, Gujarati and Marathi and the account-holders could be from all walks of life. This bank has branches in U.S., Canada, Nepal, Poland and almost all states of India, according to the Mahant manager.

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First Published : 12 Apr 2017, 08:27:00 AM