The construction for Ayodhya’s Ram Temple was inaugurated by PM Modi following the Bhumi Pujan ceremony on 5th August 2020. The construction was slowed due to technical limitations. Shree Ram Janambhoomi Teerth Kshetra administrators informed that the temple will be partially completed by December 2023 and the devotees will be allowed to enter the temple.
Festivals in Ayodhya’s Ram Temple
During the festivals like Ram Navami around 5-10 lakh, people visit Ayodhya which is the birthplace of Lord Shri Ram. Thus the ease of darshan will be created for the huge crowd in the temple.
Construction of Ayodhya’s Ram Temple
Along with the temple, the land will also have a museum, digital archives, and a research center for the devotees. The temple will be completely constructed by 2025. Currently, 71 lakh cubic feet of material has already been used and 125 lakh cubic feet of material will be needed to lay the foundation in this crater. The Ram temple will be built on about two and a half acres and is expected to take three years to complete.
The Ram temple complex has been raised to 110 acres to incorporate the various religious and Vaastu elements.
The temple is built under the guidance of many experts like IIT-Chennai which have suggested a different approach for durability and stability of the temple. The soil study was performed by Professor Raju, former director of IIT-Delhi, the director of IIT-Guwahati, and engineers from Central Building Research Institute (CBRI) in Roorkee.
Expenditure on Ayodhya’s Ram Temple
The temple has received a donation of 3000 crores for the construction of Ayodhya’s Ram Temple. The temple is being built at an estimated cost of Rs 1,000 crore.
Accommodations In Ayodhya near Ayodhya Ram Temple
Here are some of the best places to stay in Ayodhya and also you can book it online with a few clicks on your phone.
- Shri Janki Mahal
- Shri Madhavashram Pejawar Mutt
- Swaminarayan (Chhapaiya) Mandir Bhakti Niwas
- Rambalak Das Ji Gujarati Dharamshala
- Madhav Bhavan
- Shri Ram Charit Manas Bhavan
Ayodhya Sarayu Ghat Aarti Timings
- From 06:00 pm
Latest updates on Corona Guidelines if you are traveling to Ayodhya:-
As per our knowledge, Uttar Pradesh State Government made it compulsory for the accommodation provider to check on the physical copy of the Vaccination certificate for all the guests traveling and staying in Uttar Pradesh and are from out of state.
Please note that this requirement may change as per the situation so keep checking on the MoHFW website, central government, state government, or local government guidelines.
Distance from Ayodhya Ram Temple
- Gorakhpur – 133 km
- Lucknow – 136 km
- Prayagraj – 170 km
- Varanasi – 204 km
- Gaya – 449 km
- Agra – 468 km