Ayodhya Ram Mandir Construction cost, Design, Height, Area, Completion Time

Ayodhya Ram Mandir
Ayodhya Ram Mandir
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Ayodhya is all set for the historic groundbreaking of the ceremony of Ram Mandir scheduled to take place on August 5, when PM Narendra Modi will lay the foundation stone. A silver brick marking the Bhoomi Puja of the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya has to be placed between 8 am and 12 noon in August.

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The date set by N R Vijayendra Sharma of Belagavi, Karnataka is also apt for Vaastu Muhurta and ideal for Bhumi Puja. The Trust has fixed August 5 for bhumi pujan of the Ram temple in Ayodhya. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will lay the foundation stone of the temple at 12.15 pm at Ram Janmabhoomi.

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Ayodhya Ram Mandir Construction cost, Design, Height, Area, Completion Time

  • Ram Temple in Ayodhya will be 161 feet tall.
  • The original design prepared in 1988 mentioned the height as 141 feet
  • Earlier design was prepared in 1988 and over 30 years have passed since
  • Height of the Temple has been increased from 141 feet to 161 feet
  • Two mandaps have been added
  • All pillars, stones that were carved based on the earlier design will still be used
  • Temple will have five doomed mandaps and one Shikhar
  • The number of pillars increased from 212 to 360
  • The total number of floors will be 3
  • The width of the stairs will be 16 feet
  • Nagar style Temple has been designed by keeping in mind Shilpa Shastra specs
  • 4 smaller Temples will surround the main structure
  • 2 lakh brick with Shri Ram inscribed to form the foundation of the Temple
  • Stones from Banshi mountains in Rajasthan will be used
  • Construction will take 3.5 years
  • the Estimated cost of construction is Rs 300 crore.
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