Khawvela internet search engine lian ber mai Google ah Solomon’s Temple, Aizawl tih han chhu lut la, a chunga kan thupui dikna chu i hmu thei ang. Kum 2008 ah khan Publication Board hnuaiah Information Technology Cell din chhuah ani a. An ni hian internet khawvelah kohhhran min zinchhuah pui ve ta a. Tunah hian website design hi chi thum pho chhuah tawh ani a, nasa taka thuammawi zel ani. Vawiin nia kan hmuh website hi vawithum design na anih tawh chu. Kohhran chanchin chi hrang hrang leh Temple hmalakna mai bakah sermon chi hrang hrang Mizo leh Saptawngin dah chhuah ani a. Tibuaitu tam tak karah eng a la chhi ve zel a, nitin hian khawvelah malware, virus etc. chi thar tam tak a chhuak thin a. Heng ho hian kan website hi tihbuai tumin nasa takin an hmanhlel a. America sawrkar ram ropui bera an intelligence department website te pawh hi heng ho lakah hian a him bik lo. China sawrkar phei chuan America sawrkar thuruk hai chhuah tumin hacker tam tham tak awmna squad a siam hial ani. Kum 5 alo vei meuh chuan chanchinbu hrang hrangah leh blog leh thlalak phochhuahna hmun tam takah kan Temple hmelhmang leh chanchin hi hmuh theiha dah chhuah alo ni ta reng mai a. Khawvel hmun hrang hrang atangin an en mek ani. Google-a kan hmuh newspaper lak tlak tak mai, Indian Express a kan article inziak hi a ngaihnawm ve hranpa khawp mai…a link kan han pe ang e.. http://www.indianexpress.com/news/in-hidden-jerusalem-of-aizawl-a-sect-builds-solomons-temple/1141519/2. Heta thu inziak thenkhatte hi, a ngai ngaiin kan han chhuah chhawng ang e-
– Adam Halliday
On a ridge that forms Aizawl’s western boundary, a marble structure rises above the lush green surroundings. Under development for the past two decades, it is spread over 3,025 sq m, has four towers topped with a crown each and four pillars emblazoned with seven Stars of David.
A Christian religious sect calling itself The Holy Church is building here what it calls the ‘Solomon’s Temple’ — a successor to the original Solomon’s Temple of Jerusalem mentioned in the Old Testament, believed to have been built by the son of ancient Israel’s warrior-king David and destroyed by successive invaders. On the site now stands the Muslim shrine of the Dome of the Rock.
The sect believes Mizoram is the Biblical “city in the East”, “the hidden Jerusalem” where, according to prophecy, the resurrected Jesus Christ will dwell before establishing an “eternal kingdom” in present-day Jerusalem.
The Holy Church has also named the immediate vicinity of the Aizawl temple ‘Kidron Valley’ after the vast plains that lie adjacent to the Old City of Jerusalem in Israel.
A senior state government official, Dr L B Sailo founded The Holy Church sect three decades ago. In 1989, he outlined his religious belief that Mizos are “God’s chosen people” in a book titled The Mystery of Elects — drawing this conclusion from historical facts and writings in the Old Testament.
He argued that Mizos, who were mass converted to Christianity by Welsh missionaries in the last decade of the 19th century, were sought out by divinity itself for a purpose.
Two years after the book was published, Dr Sailo says, God appeared before him in a dream and directed him to build a place of worship, even outlining the architectural specifications, including the towers and the pillars, and that the square-shaped temple must have identical sides, each with an entry gate in the middle.
By the time of its expected completion in 2016, exactly 20 years after the foundation stone was laid on Christmas Day in 1996, the temple would have cost US $3 million, most of it generated from donations from members and anyone else willing to make offerings.
An eight-page pamphlet handed out to visitors at the construction site declares ‘Solomon’s Temple revived! Vision of God’s People, Hope of all nations coming up!’. Beneath is the address: ‘Kidron Valley, Aizawl, Mizoram: India’.
“Since the Lord God Almighty abandoned the temple in Israel, where is the new site of the temple and the new nation? Almost for 2000 years, believers in Christ have built temples, cathedrals and churches. But not God’s temple worth naming as Solomon’s Temple. Now God has found a site for his temple again to be called Solomon’s temple,” the pamphlet declares.