Ayodhya. The foundation work of about 6 layers in an area of 400 feet long and 300 feet wide at Ramlala’s temple construction site in Ram Janmabhoomi complex of Ayodhya has been completed. Different types of stones will be used for different parts to enhance the grandeur of the temple. Different stones will be used in the base plinth of the temple, the spire including the temple and the walls. For the base plinth of the temple, 4 lakh cubic stone will be used from the quarries of Mirzapur, while the base plinth will be done with the stones of Banshi Paharpur in Rajasthan, including the shikhara. For this, 1 lakh cubic feet of stone has been carved so far. At the same time, for the protection of the entire temple, a wall will be built around 5 acres of land, in which the consensus on which stones will be used has not been reached, but the churning is going on using five different types of stones.
target to complete the construction by 2024
The general secretary of Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust Champat Rai said that the target is to complete the construction of Ram temple by the year 2024. Therefore, to compensate for the delay in Kovid-19, work is going on for 18 to 20 hours in 2 shifts. He further said that in an area of 400 feet long and 300 feet wide, about 6 layers have been laid.
red stones ordered from Mirzapur
Let us tell that red stones have been imported from Mirzapur for the base plinth of the temple. Stones of fixed size will be carved in a workshop set up in the Ramjanmabhoomi complex. In December, the work of making the base plinth of the temple will start. To maintain the momentum in the construction of the temple, workers are being made to work in two shifts.
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