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Story from Ayodhya Ram temple construction till 22 January

Story from Ayodhya Ram temple construction till 22 January

  • Compra family (Chandrakant Sompura)
  • Nikhil Sompura and Ashish Sompura
  • Types of Hindu Temple Architecture  style Nagar style
  • the creator   Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra
  • Manufactured by Larsen & Toubro (assisted by CBRI, National Geophysical Research Institute and IITs)
  • Expected installation 22 January 2024
  • The foundation stone was laid on 5 August 2020; 3 years ago
  • Construction completed, under construction for 3 years, 9 months, 2 weeks, and 3 days
  • Temple No. 1 Central Temple is surrounded by 6 more temples connected as a temple complex

 Ayodhya Ram Mandir Construction: Details & News

The Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust is building the Hindu temple known as Shri Ram Mandir in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh, India, at the location of Ram Janmabhoomi.

Following a Bhoomi Poojan ceremony, civil construction was initiated on August 5, 2020, with Larsen & Toubro (L&T) as the principal contractor.

In January 2024, a portion of Ram Mandir will be dedicated and opened. The consecration ceremony, known as pran pratishtha, is set for January 22, 2024, at the temple.

The project is scheduled to be finished in its entirety by December 2024, which is the official date.

 Ayodhya Ram temple construction
Ayodhya Ram temple construction

 Ayodhya Ram temple construction:- Main Temple’s Design

  • Total Area: 2.7 acres
  • Total Built Up Area: 57,400 sq. ft.
  • Length: 360 feet
  • Width: 235 feet
  • Height: 161 feet
  • Number of Floors: 3
  • Number of Columns on the ground floor: 160
  • Number of columns on the first floor: 132
  • Number of columns on the second floor: 74
  • Number of Gates: 12
 Ayodhya Ram temple construction
Ayodhya Ram temple construction

Ayodhya Ram Temple Construction Status Update

In January 2024, a portion of Ram Mandir will be dedicated and opened. The consecration ceremony, known as pran pratishtha, is set for January 22, 2024, at the temple. December 2024 is when the temple is expected to be finished in its entirety. The first floor of the Ram temple is being readied in full swing in anticipation of the Pran Pratishtha program scheduled to take place in Ayodhya on January 22. Work is currently being done on finishing. The idols of Shri Ram Lalla are being prepared for consecration, and this activity is also ongoing. Ramlala statue placed in the temple’s sanctum sanctorum

Story from Ayodhya Ram temple construction till 22 January
Story from Ayodhya Ram temple construction till 22 January

 Ayodhya Ram temple construction:- Consecration

Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust posted images of the current state of the temple building on social media on Friday in anticipation of the plan pratis Will.

The four feet three inch tall stone statue of Lord Ram as a five-year-old kid in the Ram Janmabhoomi temple is being built in three locations in Ayodhya, according to Trust General Secretary Champat Rai. It is being made in three distinct stones by three workers. Roughly 90% of these statues are completed. At the ththa (consecration) ceremony, the Uttar Pradesh government allocated ₹100 crore (US$13 million) for the Ram Paduka Yatra and “Ramotsav,” a slew of religious festivals involving 826 local authorities across the state. The program would culminate in lavish celebrations from Makar starting in December 2023.

 Ayodhya Ram temple construction
Ayodhya Ram temple construction

Ayodhya Ram temple construction Building of the temple

Many Hindutva supporters have expressed disapproval of the temple’s construction due to its layout and Muslim participation. The Ram Mandir has Islamic themes, they discover. In response to these worries, Champat Rai, the general secretary of the Ram Mandir Trust, stated that since the temple is being sculpted by experts, there is no need to question their religious beliefs.

Books: Meenakshi Jain’s The Battle for Rama (Case of the Temple at Ayodhya) and Salman Khurshid’s Sunrise over Ayodhya: Nationhood in Our Times

Ayodhya Ram temple Bhumi Pujan

Prime Minister Narendra Modi conducts the groundbreaking ceremony for Ram Mandir, known as Bhumi Pujan. Anandiben Patel, the former chief minister of Gujarat, and Mohan Bhagwat, the leader of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), are also visible.

Following a Bhumi-Pujan (literally, “groundbreaking ceremony”) on August 5, 2020, the temple’s construction formally resumed. Before the groundbreaking ceremony, which saw Prime Minister Narendra Modi laying a 40-kilogram (88 lb) silver block as the foundation stone, a three-day Vedic ritual was conducted. The Ramarchan Puja, which means “Puja of Shri Ram’s feet,” was performed the day before on August 4 to bring all the important deities inside the temple.

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