Gujarat’s largest bell weighing 4 thousand kg, kept in temple near Somnath

Ahmedabad, 8 February 2024
A 2100 kg bell was installed in the Ram temple of Ayodhya. A bell weighing 4 tonnes (4 thousand kg) has been installed in the Talala temple of Somnath in Gujarat. Which is considered to be the biggest bell of Gujarat. Which has got a place in the “Golden Book of Records”. It has been installed in a temple on the banks of Hiran river in Tlaal Gir on 4 February 2024. The largest quota in the world is in Moscow, Russia and the largest quota in India is 57 thousand kg in Rajasthan.

The bell is 8.5 feet tall. Its circumference is 7.5 feet. It took two years to make it. Women donated copper, brass, bronze, gold and silver in Jyotiratha. The bell has been made from donated Panchdhatu. It was brought from Rajkot by chariot. After Gondal, Jetpur, Junagadh, Keshod, Somnath, a procession was taken out in Talala.

There will be a three-day Pranapratishtha Mahotsav on 20 February 2024. Rupee. Shribai Mataji temple of 10 crore Prajapati Samaj. A big bell will ring every day during morning and evening aarti.

Laljibhai Koriya told that Devjibhai Haribhai Jadav of Rajkot had made it in his factory without hiring labour. Foundry is built on Kalavad Road in Rajkot.

For more information contact Laljibhai Koriya (Mob. 92287 98210) and Nanubhai Devalia (Mob. 92281 51420).

Bells of rajasthan
The world’s largest bell is located on the banks of Chambal River in Kota, Rajasthan. It was decided to install 57 thousand kg bell. It was claimed that the bells could be heard up to 8 kilometers at night. A world record can be made. The diameter is 8.5 meters (30 ft). Length is 9.25 meters. Width is 28 feet. A temporary factory was also set up on the river bank to make bells. There is a 100 kg chain. This bell is at a height of 70 feet from the ground. While the height is 30 feet. As soon as its casting work was completed, there was an atmosphere of celebration on the river front.
The sound of the bell will be heard for about 8 kilometers.
Brass was melted and cast in 35 furnaces. Along with brass, other metals have also been used.

The chain attached to Ring the Bell is also the largest combined ring chain ever made. Which is six and a half meters long. Its weight is 400 kg. Even when the bell is rung, the chain will not produce any significant sound.

Big bell of india
The world’s largest bell is a 216-tonne (216,000 kg) bell in the Moscow Kremlin, Russia. Till now in India, the largest bell of the country weighing 2041 kg was in Shri Ram Ashram Haricharan Dham. ‘Naroshankar Bell’ near Nashik in India. The bell of Nandi temple in South India is grand.

Sound of om in bell
Jalesar in Etah district of Uttar Pradesh is also called Ghunghru city. Bells and bells used in temples are prepared. The Mittal family has made a 2500 kg bell for the Ram temple in Ayodhya at a cost of Rs 25 lakh. In which 8 metals including zinc, copper, lead, tin, nickel, silver and gold have been used. It took 250 people 3 months to build. 6 feet high, 15 feet circular and 5 feet radius. Bells of 500 kg, 700 and 1100 kg are made. Earlier he had made a bell weighing 1500 kg, which was sent to Ujjain. Bells are made in the soil of Jalesar. In which the sound of Om is made, which is not possible with bells made elsewhere. The 100 kg bell installed in Kedarnath temple was made here.
After filtering the clay, sugar syrup is added to it and it is poured into the mould. Hot metal is poured into a mold.

Benefits of bell sound
Bells generate sound waves which cure mental disorders. Concentration of mind is achieved.
When the bell rings it has a scientific effect on our lives. When a bell is rung, vibration is produced along with sound. These vibrations spread, the advantage of which is that many types of harmful microorganisms die and the surrounding environment becomes pure. Kills germs and micro-organisms in the air.
Ringing the bell, made of cadmium, zinc, nickel, chromium and magnesium, produces a sound that balances the left and right sides of the brain. The sound of the bells activates all the 7 healing centers of the body thereby calming the mind. The sound of bells provides positive energy to the mind, brain and body. However, there is also information available in some Puranas and texts that when the Doomsday comes, the same type of sound will echo, because in the Puranas, the bell installed outside the temple is considered a symbol of time.

Antique bells
The world’s oldest bell was found in the Babylon region 3000 years ago. S in India. Archaeologists first dated it to around 800 BC. There were interconnected winding bells in the 13th century, and in c. S. In the 1400s, deeply arranged metal bells were made.
The world’s oldest bell was found in the Babylon region 3000 years ago.
The 54 ton bell was made in Peking city of China in 1420. Buddhist mantras were engraved.
The 300 ton bell called ‘Dhammazedi’, made in Malaysia in 1848, was the largest bell in the world. In 1608, the Portuguese attacked and destroyed this bell.
The world’s largest bell was made by the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia in 1733. The height was six meters, circumference 20 meters, diameter seven meters and weight 174 metric tons. This bell was called ‘Tsar Kolerkol’ which means ‘Bell-Emperor’. Its pieces are preserved even today.
Another important bell of 60 tons was made in Moscow and was later called the ‘Tyre-bell’.
There was a 90 tonne bell in Migul, Myanmar.
The 22-ton “St. Peter Bell” in Germany. The country’s fight for independence was started by ringing the bell of Mexico’s ‘Doloro Church’.

The ‘Liberty Bell’ of Philadelphia in America was announced by ringing this bell on July 4, 1776.
The ‘Big Ben’ bell of Westminster Tower of Parliament in London is very famous.
‘Marina-Glorisa’ is known as the most beautiful ‘sweet bell’ not only in Germany, but throughout Europe.
There is a sixth century bell tower called ‘Caplini’ in Italy.
Many magnificent bell towers have been built in Italy in memory of emperors.

Bell music
The ‘Edward Boke’ or ‘Singing-Tower’ at Mountlake, Florida, Venice, contains many small bells and the music which comes from them is called a carillon. The world’s largest carillon is in the ‘River-Side-Church’ in New York City, it has 72 bells, all of which weigh 97 metric tons.

The carillon of the city of Mechelen, Belgium is famous for its melodious sound, it has 45 bells.
Bells are also used as musical instruments in the world of music. In Western orchestras, ‘Aghat’ instruments include tube bells. Hastaghanta (hand bell) is also an instrument. There are small bells in octaves or more octaves. Two musicians hold two bells in each hand and play the strings. In Europe, there are handcuffed artists who perform this type of music, who are specially called for such programs in different countries. In Belgium and the Netherlands there is a special type of bell ringing called ‘Cantian’. In this, talented young players play with the help of manual and pendulum of the organ. Sometimes they ring 5 to 12 bells in a circle. It is called ‘Ghanta-Mandal-Nada’ (Indian name).
Information is given by ringing the bell at places like school, college, hostel, canteen, jail, playground etc. The sound of temple bells has settled in our psyche.