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The construction of the sanctum sanctorum and the mandir of Ram Mandir has reached the beam, more stones will be brought for the idol of Ram



VN Das, Ayodhya: The construction of the pillars of the sanctum sanctorum and the mandap of the temple house of Ram reached a height of about 17 feet. Now, after that, the beam placement work will be done. The height of the remaining 150 pillars of the temple ranges from 5 feet to 14-15 feet. According to Dr. Anil Mishra, a member of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Trust, when the height of all the pillars will reach 19 feet. Then the simultaneous beam work will start. That is why after completing the works of Darshan Hall Griha Mandap after the sanctum sanctorum, the rest of the works are also being completed quickly. He informed that the marble door frame of the sanctum sanctorum has been installed. Today, efforts are being made to complete many construction works simultaneously.

Other rocks will probably be brought in to carve the idol of Lord Ram for the temple under construction at Ayodhya. Champat Rai, Secretary of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra said, “We will do a technical survey of the rocks to verify that they have not suffered any damage, discoloration or dents during transport. If so, then those rocks would be of no use. We will soon be bringing three more similar rocks for this purpose.

Work to fill the foundations of the parkota continues. The construction of its wall will also only start in the east and west direction first. A 14-foot-wide and 800-meter-long circumambulation road will also be built in the park area. The rest of the construction will also begin after the foundation works have been completed, leaving space to bring and transport building materials to the park area.

The foundation works of Yatri Suvidha Kendra are in progress
According to Dr. Mishra, the foundation of the facility center which will be built for 25,000 devotees is under construction. It will consist of two additional floors with a basement. In the basement, with the mini hospital, a space will be reserved for goods and guards, etc. to provide other trust facilities. While a large hall will be built on the first floor, in which arrangements will be made for worshipers to sit for a short rest, while on the second floor there will be arrangements for keeping their belongings etc. , which they can keep at the time of darshan.

Construction of the power plant has begun
He informed that the construction of the 33/11 KVA power station is also underway. Here, the foundation foundation transformer generator room switchboard, etc. will be built. Apart from this, 4 separate power substations will also be constructed to provide decentralized power supply by dividing the temple complex into 4 areas.

Beginning of the construction of the toilets in height
According to Dr. Mishra, the construction of high toilets has also started at the west-south corner of the temple complex to provide restrooms for devotees. Devotees can enjoy it on their way home after having darshan.

The construction of the idol of Ramlala will be decided during the meeting of the temple trust after examination of the rocks of Shaligram by experts. These stones are kept safe in Ramsevakpuram, where every day a large number of people coming to Ayodhya from all over the country come to worship him.

The Ram Mandir Trust said they would bring three more similar stones from different places for this purpose. Rai said it was the decision of the saints in Nepal to send Shaligram Shilas to Ayodhya. These stones were not taken inside the premises of Ram Janmabhoomi and are kept at Ram Sevak Puram, a site of Vishwa Hindu Parishad.

Earlier, members of the trust said that a delegation of VHP bureau members, led by its national secretary Rajendra Singh Pankaj, accompanied the Shilas who left Nepal’s Mustang district on January 25 and reached Ayodhya late on January 2. FEBRUARY. who traveled more than 350 km in six days. Ram’s child idol was supposed to be ready by Makar Sankranti in January next year.