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Ayodhya, Jnn. The construction of a grand Ram temple has started in Ayodhya, the city of Lord Rama. On August 5, Prime Minister Narendra Modi did foundation and rock worship. After this, along with passing the map, other formalities of the land were completed. After the construction of seven test pilings is completed, the stones used in the temple are now being brought from the workshop to the Ram Janmabhoomi temple premises.

The construction work of the grand Ram temple in Ayodhya is now gaining momentum. The movement in the temple construction workshop has intensified here. From here the work of carrying the stones to the Ram Janmabhoomi complex started from today. Here, after worshiping according to Vedic rituals, the work of taking the stones to the Ram Janmabhoomi complex is being done. The L&T team engaged in the construction work of the temple is loading the stones on the truck with the help of huge machines and cranes. Here the stones to be installed in the Ram temple will be transported to the Ram Janmabhoomi complex through the Parikrama Marg.

After three decades, the wait for the stones being carved for the Ram temple was completed. At that time the temple movement was on the rise, but the possibility of building a temple was far-fetched. Despite this, the forerunners of the temple movement and the VHP leadership started a temple construction workshop at a distance of about one and a half kilometers from Ram Janmabhoomi for the construction of the temple. In the journey of three decades, one lakh cubic feet of stone has been carved in the workshop. As a rehearsal for this, the pillar which was taken to the workshop, Seram Janmabhoomi Complex, had been sculpted two decades ago. The members of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust, Dr. Anil Mishra, in-charge of the workshop, Annu Bhai Sompura, Councilor Ramesh Das, L&T officials including social worker Vikas Srivastava and the devotees who usually gather in the workshop, should express the wave of happiness. Was being

Since the approval of the map of Shri Ram temple in Ayodhya, the activities regarding the construction of the temple have intensified. About 200 experts from IIT Chennai and L&T are involved in this grand project. After the measurements of the stones carved in the Ramjanmabhoomi workshop, they are now being shifted to the Ramjanmabhoomi complex. The stone carvings are being done in the trust workshop since 1990. The increase in the size of the proposed temple has limited the efforts of the trust workshop. According to the earlier proposed 128 feet high, 268 feet long and 140 feet wide temple construction, more than half of the stones were cut.

Two lakh cubic feet of stone was to be used in the earlier proposed temple and about one lakh cubic feet of stones had been carved. That is, about two-thirds of the stones had been carved, but the scenario has changed with the increase in the size of the proposed temple. After the increase in size, the proposed temple has 318 pillars instead of 212 as earlier and one main peak and two sub-shikhars instead of two sub-shikhars and five sub-shikhars and about two and a half times the size of the earlier proposed temple (161 feet high, 360 feet long and 235 feet wide) for the big temple, about four lakh cubic feet of rocks have to be carved.

There has been an increase in the size of the temple, but the map of the temple is exactly the same as before. In such a situation, every stone that has been cut is 100% useful, while the rest of the stones for the temple will be carved in the Ramjanmabhoomi complex itself.

Nine test piling completed

The Ram temple will rest on 1200 pilings of 100 meters deep and one meter in diameter. Before piling construction, 12 test pilings are being constructed. The construction of nine test pilings has been completed. The remaining three are to be completed by the end of next week. Test piling with hundreds of feet deep excavated cement-ballast mixture with special technology.


The test piling will be given approximately the same weight as the stones used in the Ram Mandir. The change in test piling due to the weight of the rocks will be recorded with the latest technology of construction. Based on this record, technical experts will submit their report at L&T’s headquarters in Chennai. It is understood that the construction of the permanent piling will start with the report of the test piling coming by October 15.