Ram Mandir: Landscaping will entice devotees in Ram temple, there will be 14 doors in the sanctum, construction work going on fast


There will be a total of 14 doors in the sanctum sanctorum of the Ram temple. At present, the construction work of the sanctum sanctorum along with the plinth is going on at a brisk pace. In the two-day meeting of Ram temple construction committee that ended on Tuesday, along with reviewing the progress of construction of Ram temple, there was also a churn on temple passenger facilities. Efforts are made that as soon as they enter the Ram temple premises, devotees should feel the Tretayuga.

After the completion of the plinth work, the construction work of the first floor of the sanctum sanctorum will be completed. After this, God will be worshiped in the sanctum sanctorum. What will be the floor of the sanctum sanctorum, how will it be designed, it was also discussed in the meeting. Makrana marble will be used in the floor of the sanctum. It was also discussed how the doors, door frame, sides would be in the sanctum sanctorum.

On the second day of the temple construction committee meeting, the engineers presented the plan prepared for the grandeur of the temple complex to Nripendra Mishra. Later, trustee Dr. Anil Mishra told that the construction of the plinth, sanctum sanctorum and retaining wall of Ram temple is going on. 160 stones are being installed daily in the plinth. The plinth work will be completed by the end of August. At the same time, 45 stones have been laid in the sanctum sanctorum, while the construction of the retaining wall is also in the final stage. The work has been completed in the west direction while half the work is done in the north and south direction. Told that as soon as they enter the Ramjanmabhoomi complex, arrangements are being made to make the devotees feel the Tretayuga. Designers have been called for the land scaping of the temple complex.

There is also a plan to plant Ramayana carpet trees in eco-friendly premises. Administrative officers were also called in the second day’s meeting. The development works being done by the government in Ayodhya were told. It is our intention that there should be no uniformity in the development works happening inside the campus and outside the campus. In the meeting, General Secretary of the Trust Champat Rai, Treasurer Govind Dev Giri, Architect of the temple Ashish Sompura, Divisional Commissioner Navdeep Rinwa, DM Nitish Kumar, Development Authority Commissioner Vishal Singh and engineers of the working organization were present.

Layout ready for passenger amenities

The grandeur of the temple complex was also discussed in the second day’s meeting. The layout of the passenger facilities in the temple has been prepared. From sitting for 25 thousand people, arrangements for drinking water, lighting etc. will be made simultaneously. For the construction work of all these, soon an application will be made in the development authority to get the map passed.

Checks were bounced due to technical glitches

Trust’s treasurer Govind Dev Giri said that some of the checks in the surrender of funds were bounced due to technical glitches. During the fund surrender campaign that ran from January 15 to February 27, 2021, 15,000 checks were bounced. Due to which an amount of about 22 crores was stuck. An appeal is being made to surrender the fund again by contacting such donors.

The treasurer of the trust said that this has become an old matter. The sentiment of the donors is not wrong. Somewhere there was a mistake in giving the check. Some checks got time barred, there were mistakes in writing the date, there were mistakes in writing the amount, some checks were not signed. Checks bounced due to similar technical glitches. Most of the donors have also sent the surrender amount again. He said that there is a case of Rs 3500 crore. The whole country is giving charity, so these small mistakes are not a big deal. The final report will be submitted after the audit is completed.


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