Ram Temple Ayodhya: Open for devotees by December 2023 | Work will be completed in 2025.

Ram Temple Ayodhya: Open for devotees by December 2023 | Work will be completed in 2025.

By the end of 2023, Ramlalla will sit in the birthplace, darshan will start in the new temple.

Ram Mandir Ayodhya.

Sources associated with the Ram Mandir Trust said that we are expecting to complete the main sanctum (sanctum sanctorum) and the first floor of the temple by December 2023. This will help the devotees to have darshan and worship of Ram Lalla.

Now the question is, when will the construction work of Ram temple be completed, the answer to this question has been given by Ram Mandir Trust, they have told that by the year 2025, the construction work of Ram temple will be completely finished, although Ram Lalla’s Darshan from December of 2023. Will be able to do it.

5 August Ram Mandir Status.

The eyes of the whole country are on the Ram temple. There is only one question in everyone’s mind, when will the Ram temple be ready. When will you be allowed to visit? The answer to this question can be found easily. How much work has been done on Ram Mandir till now? If Ram temple continues to be built at this speed, then when will the construction work be completed? 60 percent work of filling the foundation of Ram temple has been completed. Keep in mind that on August 5 last year, PM Narendra Modi had launched the work of construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya.

The work of the grand Ram temple being built in Ayodhya will be completed in 2025, but it will be opened for devotees in December 2023. After the opening of the main complex of the temple , devotees from all over the world including India will be able to visit Ramlala. Sources associated with the Ram Mandir Trust said that we are expecting to complete the main sanctum (sanctum sanctorum) and the first floor of the temple by December 2023. This will help the devotees to have darshan and worship of Ram Lalla.

Ram Mandir Construction.

According to sources, the bricks collected by kar sevaks from across the country for the construction of Ram temple will not be used in the construction of the temple. Only 70 percent of the carved stones of Karsevakpuram, a workshop run by the VHP in Ayodhya, will be used for the construction of the temple. It is being told that the main temple of Ram temple complex will be completely made of stone. Therefore, donated stones cannot be used in the construction of the temple. According to the sources related to the construction of the temple, we understand their importance very well in view of the sentiment associated with these bricks. In such a situation, we will use these donated bricks elsewhere in the temple premises.

The challenge is to make the temple very strong without using them. Copper leaves will be used to connect the stones used in the construction of the temple. In making it stronger and better, experts from IIT Bombay, Delhi, Madras, Guwahati as well as many more institutions including Central Building Research Institute are also playing an important role.

Let us tell you that in 1989, when the temple movement was at its peak, kar sevaks collected bricks or stones engraved with ‘Shri Ram’ in different languages ​​from villages and homes across the country. These bricks used for the construction of the temple have been kept in this way for more than three decades. At the same time, in the Karsevakpuram workshop, artisans are carving stones for use in the proposed temple.

Ram Janam Bhumi.

According to sources, more than 70 percent of the old carvings cannot be used for the construction of the temple, as it has been designed in a different way to strengthen the temple. Let us inform that Nripendra Mishra, former Principal Secretary to the PM, is chairing the Ram Mandir Construction Committee. Sources said that fresh stones are being brought from Banshi Paharpur in Rajasthan for the construction of the temple. Sources said steel would not be used on the temple structure for fear of rust. Instead, copper will be used.

A source said that some people believe that not much work is being done at the temple site and nothing is visible at the ground level yet but the fact is that the temple has a strong foundation. Had to dig up to 12 meters to keep it. The soil was unstable to that level due to the history of the place. The source said, 70 lakh cubic feet of soil had to be removed. Larsen & Toubro is the construction agency and will equip the temple structure with modern as well as ancient and traditional features to prolong the life of the temple.

Ram Mandir Bhumi Pujan Date.

As part of the plan to expand the Ram temple complex from 70 acres to 107 acres, ‘Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra’ has bought 7,285 square feet of land near the Ram Janmabhoomi complex in February this year.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi had performed the Bhoomi Pujan of Ram temple in Ayodhya last year. The entire complex of the temple can be ready by the end of 2025 and it may cost around Rs 1000 crore.

Ram Temple Ayodhya: Open for devotees by December 2023 | Work will be completed in 2025.
Ram Temple Ayodhya: Open for devotees by December 2023 | Work will be completed in 2025.

The temple trust has already received donations of more than Rs 3000 crore. The entire complex of the temple is estimated to be in an area of ​​110 acres, which is much larger than the original area of ​​about 67 acres, with the trust acquiring more land around the existing complex.