35 percent work of the Ram temple under construction in Shri Ram Janmabhoomi has been completed. At present the third phase of temple construction is going on. In this, the work of shaping Ramlala’s house is being done. Along with the sanctum sanctorum, the work of plinth and retaining wall is also going on. The trust has set a target to complete the construction of Ramlala’s sanctum sanctorum by December 2023.
Under the guidance of reputed technical agencies, the work of construction of the temple is being carried forward with the help of big machines. Two phases of temple construction have been completed so far. In the first phase, 50 feet deep foundation of Ram temple was prepared. In the second phase, the work of the temple raft was completed. In the third phase, the construction work of Ramlala’s house is going on. In this way, 35 percent work of temple construction has been completed so far.
Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust member Dr. Anil Mishra said that the plinth work would be completed by September. A total of 17 thousand granite stones are to be installed in the plinth of the 21 feet high temple. Out of which seven thousand stones have been installed so far. At the same time, the Mahapeeth is being constructed in the sanctum sanctorum. Where Ramlala will sit. That part is called Mahapeeth. So far 42 stones have been laid in the construction of Mahapeeth.
On the other hand, after the completion of the foundation work of the security wall being built to keep the temple safe from natural calamities, now the work of erecting the wall in the west direction has started. Trust sources told that the Mahapeeth of the sanctum sanctorum where Ramlala will sit with the four brothers. Ramdarbar will be established on the first floor of the temple, just above the Mahapeeth. It has been decided to leave the second floor vacant for now. (Dialogue)
The main gate of the temple will be built on the lines of Gopuram
The main gate of Ram Mandir will be built on the lines of Gopuram. The main entrance will be in the east direction. Gopupurams are built in Dakshina style temples. The entrance to the temples to the south is called a gopuram. It is pyramid shaped. The entrance gate of Ram temple will also be built in this style, in North India they are called Singhdwar. Excellent craftsmanship and carving will be seen in the entrance of Ram temple. As soon as you enter, you will feel the Ramayana era. Ram Katha and pictures of deities will enhance the grandeur of the door.
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