Big update regarding the construction of a grand temple of Lord Ram in Ayodhya, know when Ramlala will be installed – न्यूज़लीड India

Big update regarding the construction of a grand temple of Lord Ram in Ayodhya, know when Ramlala will be installed



Ayodhya, September 12. A big information has come to the fore regarding the construction of a grand temple of Lord Rama in Dharmanagari Ayodhya. After a meeting of Ram Mandir Construction Committee held on Monday, it was informed that the construction of the ground floor of the temple will be completed by December 2023 and after 15 days i.e. around January 14, 2024, Lord Ram will be installed in the temple. This information was given by Champat Rai, General Secretary of Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust.

The estimated cost of the temple is Rs 1800 crore.

Champat Rai said that the budget of the grand temple of Lord Ram has also been increased. Now the estimated budget for the construction of this temple has become Rs 1800 crore. Ram temple will be three storeyed. Apart from this, the circumambulation route of Ramlala is estimated to be about one kilometer long and keeping this in mind, it was decided in the meeting of the trust that benches should be made at a certain distance on the parikrama route, so that the devotees can rest on the parikrama route as per the requirement.

Attention is being given to greenery in the temple premises

Let us tell you that there is a plan to develop it as the cultural capital of the world with a grand Ram temple being built in the 75-acre Ramjanmabhoomi complex. In this sequence many constructions are also proposed. The plan of the trust is that necessary construction should be done, but construction should be less and more emphasis should be given on greenery.

Ayodhya, UP | Ram Mandir Construction Committee’s meeting is concluded. Ground floor of temple (Ram Mandir) will be ready by Dec 2023 & after 15 days ie around 14 Jan 2024, Lord Ram will be installed in the temple: Champat Rai, General Secy, Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust pic.twitter.com/hpzbEiTXWn

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