Ayodhya (Ayodhya) Ram temple is in full swing for Bhumi Pujan. Ram Mandir Nirmaan held on 5 August in the attendance of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. On the other hand, to make the event memorable for the guests, Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust will present a special silver coin to all the dignitaries involved in the plan, which will have the symbol of Ram Darbar and the pilgrimage area.
175 people invited
Ram Janma Bhoomi Teerth Trust general secretary Champat Rai told that a total of 175 invited guests will be involved in the Bhoomi Poojan program. Guests other than 135 distinguished monks have been invited. He told me that the invitation letter is the only pass. A bar code has been placed on it, which will be used only once. In such a situation, if someone comes out, then they will not be able to enter again. Invited guests will not be able to take mobile camera etc.
Ram temple will be like this.
- Nikhil Sompura, son of Chief Architect Sompura, who prepared the map of the Ram temple, says that the total land is 67 acres.
- But, the temple will be built in 2 acres only. Ram temple complex will be expanded on the remaining 65 acres of land. It is being told that this will be the most magnificent temple in the country.
- In the construction of Ram temple, the stone of Bansi Paharpur of Rajasthan will be used. The stone of Banshi Paharpur area is world-famous for its strength and beauty.
- Seeing its speciality, these stones have been installed in big temples and buildings of the country. These stones have been specially ordered to build a grand temple of Lord Rama in Ayodhya.
About four lakh cubic feet of stone will be used for the construction of Ram temple. Of this, about 2.75 lakh cubic feet of stone will be of sandstone of Bansi Paharpur in Bharatpur. Based on the soil test report, the foundation for the temple will be excavated. It can be 20 to 25 feet deep. Ram temple trust will decide on how high the platform will be. Right now there is talk of height from 12 feet to 14 feet.
There were 106 pillars on each floor in the temple, but with the increase of one floor, the number of pillars in the temple has increased from 212 to 318. These pillars will be 14 to 16 feet high and eight feet in diameter. Each pillar will be fitted with 16 idols of Yaksha-Yakshanis.