Wednesday, February 28, 2024

Ram Temple with flag goes viral; 70% construction is complete


Ayodhya: The image of Ayodhya Ram Temple with a flag on which Lord Ram is imprinted is going viral on the internet making Hindus across the world proud. The construction is expected to be completed by January, said reports.

According to reports, 70% of the construction has been completed. The pillars of the shrine are built up to 14 feet high. The construction of the temple will be completed in three phases. The first phase will be completed by August 2023. The second phase will start in December 2024 and the temple construction will be complete by 2025.

In January 2024, darshan-pooja can start at the temple. About 800 crore rupees have been spent on the construction of the temple so far. The total cost is estimated to be around Rs.1800 crores.

Apart from the shrine, 5 more mandapams are being prepared. The wall of the temple’s shrine has been completed. After the muhurta darshan at the shrine, Shisuruparadana of Lord Rama will begin. A new stone idol of Ramlallah is also being prepared. 100 incidents of Lord Rama’s life will be depicted in the temple.

According to the engineer, the work on the lower floor of the temple has started. The work on the walls of the shrine and mandapam is in progress. The total length of the walls surrounding the temple is 762 meters. There will be 4 temples at the four corners of the wall around the temple. Lion-shaped doors will be prepared for its entrance.

Sri Rama Janmabhoomi Theertha Temple Trust plans to open the temple for devotees from January 2024. Sri Ram Janmabhoomi Tirtha Temple Trust member Anil Mishra said that the trust has enough funds to build the temple.

The construction of six pillars in the shrine is also in progress. They are made from Makrana marble. Marble pillars are made by fitting pieces together. These pillars will be 19.3 feet tall. Also, the floor, arches, railings and door frames of the main temple’s sanctum will be made of white Makrana marble. The sanctum sanctorum of the Ram temple will be constructed in December, and a 3-feet tall baby idol will also be installed here.

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