Completion of 40% of work of Shriram Mandir, Ayodhya

Ayodhya (Uttar Pradesh) – 40% of the work related to the construction of Shriram Mandir at Shriramjanmabhoomi has been completed. It will be possible for devotees to visit the temple by December 2023, informed Champat Rai, the Secretary of ‘Shriramjanmabhoomi Teertha-kshetra Trust’. The Board of Trustees has released the latest photos of the under-construction temple and released information on the progress of the work. More and more devotees are visiting the temple even when construction is going on. Many people are coming to see the construction work.

Construction of walls of the sanctum sanctorum  

Construction of the temple’s sanctum sanctorum is going on, and so far about 75 stones have been laid. Granite has been brought from Karnataka for the platform of the temple. Walls have been built on three sides for strengthening the foundation of the temple so that it would last for at least the next 1,000 years. The project is taking shape on 8 acres of land. There are also plans to build centres for travellers, ‘Ram-katha Mandap’, ‘gou-shala’, and multi-theatre in the temple complex after the construction of the temple.

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