According to the final plan, six temples of different deities will be constructed in the Janmabhoomi complex. According to this, temples of Lord Surya, Lord Ganesha, Lord Shiva, Goddess Durga, Lord Vishnu and Lord Brahma will also be built in the premises.
Ram temple design.
According to the final plan prepared by the Ram Mandir Construction Committee in Ayodhya, Ram Janmabhoomi (Ram Janmabhoomi) Temples of six deities will also be constructed in the temple premises. Ram Mandir Trust member Anil Mishra said that the construction of the foundation of the temple is going on in full swing and it is expected to be completed by the end of October or the first week of November.
According to the final plan, six temples of different gods and goddesses will be built in the Janmabhoomi complex. According to this, temples of Lord Surya, Lord Ganesha, Lord Shiva, Goddess Durga, Lord Vishnu and Lord Brahma will also be built in the premises.
Mishra told PTI-language, ‘These six temples of different deities will be built on the outer periphery of the Ram temple but inside the premises. Along with the worship of Lord Rama in Hinduism, the worship of these deities is also very important.
Aadhaar construction will start from November
He said that after the completion of the foundation, the construction of the base of the temple would start from the end of October or from the first week of November. He said that four tower cranes would be installed at four different places to lay the stones in the structure of the grand temple. Mishra said the construction of the 1,20,000 sq ft and 50 ft deep foundation is expected to be completed by the end of October. He said that the temple trust has now decided to build four additional layers on the foundation area to bring the foundation to 107 meters above sea level.
There will be less use of cement in the temple
According to Champat Rai, general secretary of Ram Janmabhoomi Trust, cement absorbs more heat, which will increase the heat in the atmosphere. To avoid this, the minimum use of cement is being used in the construction of the temple. The base of the ‘super structure’ of the Ram temple is to be constructed with 3.5 lakh cubic feet of stones from Mirzapur in Uttar Pradesh. Two private companies based in Mirzapur have been given the contract to cut and install stones. Sources said that the cutting and grinding of stones has slowed down due to power supply in Mirzapur for only 10 to 12 hours.
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