Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust on Thursday confirmed that the foundation work for the Ram temple in Ayodhya is complete. It was for the first time that the Trust, entrusted with the duty to oversee the construction, showcased the site of the Ram Mandir to media persons.
Giving details of the ongoing construction of the Ram temple, the trust members said the foundation work has been filled with the final, 48th layer of roller-compacted concrete.
In the meantime, the last diagram ready by the Ram sanctuary development advisory group says that the Ram Janambhoomi sanctuary complex in Ayodhya will have sanctuaries committed to six unique divinities.
The six sanctuaries will be committed to Ganesha, Shiva, Surya, Durga, Vishnu, and Brahma.
The much-anticipated Ram Temple in Ayodhya is relied upon to be opened up for the enthusiasts to have the darshan of the god before the year’s over 2023. In any case, sources said that the whole sanctuary complex will be prepared by 2025.
Head of the state Narendra Modi on August 5, 2020, established the framework of the sanctuary later a five-judge seat of the Supreme Court was made ready for the development of a Ram Temple by a Trust at the contested site at Ayodhya in 2019.
“The confidence of the Hindus that Lord Ram was brought into the world at the destroyed design is undisputed,” the seat headed by previous Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi had expressed.
“The contested site was government land in the income records. The set of experiences and culture of this nation have been home to journeys for truth, through the material, the political, and the otherworldly. This Court is called upon to satisfy its adjudicatory capacity where it is guaranteed the two journeys for reality encroach on the opportunities of the other or abuse law and order,” the court had said.
- PM Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya on August 5, 2020
- Nripendra Misra is the chairman of the Ram Temple construction committee