what is time capsule? Ram mandir Ayodhya India

what is time capsule? Ram mandir Ayodhya India. Preparations have begun for the construction of the Ram Janmabhoomi temple in Ayodhya. Meanwhile, it reported that a capsule placed in the foundation of the temple. And which will record the full history of temple construction. The news was misconstrue by The Shriram Janmabhoomi Tirtha Region General Secretary Chandpat Rai. He says no time capsules placed in the foundation.

What happens to Time Capsuleswhat is time capsule? Ram mandir Ayodhya India

Time capsule is like a container, made of a special type of metal. This metal is a mixture of many metals, which can remain safe for thousands of years. Reports said that the history of the Ram Temple will  write on the copper paper within the capsule. which will have a map picture of the Ram temple as well as important information.

The time capsule was also inserted under the Red FortThe time capsule was also inserted under the Red Fort

There is also a capsule lying 32 feet below the Red Fort. On August 15, 1973, the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi had put a capsule with her hand. It claimed that 25 years after independence in this time capsule was present with evidence. However, there was a lot of controversy over the government’s decision.

what is time capsulewhat is time capsule? Ram mandir Ayodhya India

A time capsule is a historic cache of goods or information. And usually intended as a deliberate method of communication with future people. And to help future archaeologists, anthropologists, or historians.

The preservation of holy relics dates back for millennia. But the practice of preparing and preserving a collection of everyday artifacts and messages to the future appears to be a more recent practice. Time capsules are sometimes created and buried during celebrations such as a world’s fair, a cornerstone laying for a building, or at other ceremonies.

So this will important technique to put something save for future. And how we can able to tell history to future generations.