Updated: Aug 26, 2020
The Temple of Lord Rama will be going to be constructed on 10 acres of land in Ajodhya. 57 acres of land surrounding the temple will be shaped as a beautiful complex with adequate facilities and modern infrastructure. According to the architects of Ram Janam Bhumi C. B. Sompura, work on modification and changes in the final layout is going on and Actual construction will be started, once changes and modifications in the layout map finalized.
As per the computerized model by the architects, the actual structure of the temple will be double than previously designed. The height of the temple will be approximately 161 fits. There will be a shikhara and 5 domes on Garbh Grah. Actual construction will be started, once changes and modifications in the layout map finalized and the entire construction process will take at least three to three and a half years once started.
Curving and carving of stones and pillars are going to the peak at the Ram Janmabhoomi workshop, about two kilometers from Ram Janmabhoomi. The supply of stones is from Rajasthan. The average life of stone is 1000 years. Means no difference in the of stones for 1000 years.
On 5th August 2015 foundation stone was laid and Bhumi Pujan was performed by the Prime Minister of India Narendra Bhai Modi in the presence of Sirsanghchalak of Hindu Nationalist Organization Rashtriya Swayam Sevak Sangh Dr. Mohan Bhagwat, Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Aditya Nath, and Sadhu Saints. This is the first phase of the formulation of Ram Janmabhoomi after the historic judgment given by the Supreme Court in the case of pending for 70 years.
The structure of Ram Janam Bhumi Palace was demolished by Mogul Emperor Babar in the year 1525 and constructed masjid and known as the Muslim community. After a long fight of Hindu Organization Vishwa Hindu Parishad and Akharas of Sadhu Saints in different courts, judgment came into the favor of Ram Mandir.
Finally, the process for the construction of the temple is started. Ram Lala will get his birthplace and Ajodhya will get a new look…