New Delhi: The Ram Temple in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh, will open its doors to believers in December 2023. However, according to ANI sources, according to Shri Ram Janmbhoomi Teerth Kshetra, the construction of this temple will be completed in 2025. On August 5 last year, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Narendra Modi) laid the foundation for the temple in a grand ceremony. In addition to the main temple, the complex will also house a museum, digital archives and research center.
The entire complex is expected to cost approximately Rs 1 billion. Ram Temple Trust has donated more than Rs 3 billion. The Shri Ram Janmbhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust was commissioned to build the Ram Temple in Ayodhya. The source said that at least 70% of the Karsevak Puram stone will be used to build the temple, adding that no steel or bricks will be used in the construction process. An anonymous source said: “Much research and the use of modern and traditional techniques to ensure the longevity of the temple.”
The RAM temple is built with an acre of around 2 years or more and the wall is focused on it. It’s called Parkota. To avoid the influence of the flood, the retaining wall is built inside the ground. This work is completed in three years and we are preparing. It is expected that Ram Mandal stone begins in December of this year, said the confidence of the temple.
About 1,000 crores are approximately dedicated to the construction of complex facilities of the RAM temple. So far, approximately 3,000 crawling rupees are received as a donation to Ram Mandal Trust. This does not include donations sent by NRI. Steels are not used for the construction of RAM temples. Copper is used instead of the steel temple. Kar Sevak Puram uses 70% of sculpted stones. The remaining stones are obtained from Rajasthan Bansi Paharpur.
The construction of the temple was delayed for one year because the construction of the temple required deep excavation. The excavation was carried out nearly 3 floors underground. In this process, many technical issues need to be dealt with. In this regard, various IIT agencies have made recommendations. Since the temple is to be earthquake resistant, it must have a combination of ancient and modern technology. There will also be a museum, research center and archive center in the temple.