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After the installation of the Ram Lalla idol in the sanctum sanctorum on the occasion of Makar Sankranti, the Ram temple in Ayodhya will be open to devotees in January 2024. Champat Rai, general secretary of the Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust, told a small group of journalists that the temple will be earthquake-resistant and strong enough to last 1,000 years.

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The temple will cost Rs 1,800 crore to build. Rai stated that half of the construction work had been completed. The temple, which will have 392 pillars and 12 doors, will be built without the use of iron bars. He claims that copper chips are being used to join stones instead of iron.

 

There will be 160 pillars in the sanctum sanctorum and 82 on the first floor. The structure will have 12 teak wood entry gates in total, with a majestic main entrance, the ‘Singh Dwar,’ on the first floor leading to the ‘dance,’ ‘colour,’ and ‘esoteric’ pavilions.

The main temple will be 350×250 feet in size. On the recommendation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, a study is being conducted to assess the impact of footfall on the five-kilometer radius surrounding the temple once it is open. “We are pleased with the speed and quality of the work,” he continued.

The temple, which covers an area of 2.7 acres, is being built with granite stones brought from Rajasthan. According to project manager Jagdish Aphale, the sanctum sanctorum has been built in such a way that sun rays fall on Ram Lalla’s statue on Ram Navami.

On the recommendation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, a study is being conducted to assess the impact of footfall on the five-kilometer radius surrounding the temple once it is open. “We are pleased with the speed and quality of the work,” he continued.

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