New changes in Ram Mandir; L&T Team reaches Ayodhya to start work
Grand preparations have been started for the construction of a grand Ram temple in Ayodhya after the date of Bhoomi Pujan has been fixed.
New Delhi: Grand preparations have been started for the construction of a grand Ram temple in Ayodhya after the date of Bhoomi Pujan has been fixed. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will perform Bhoomi Pujan on August 5 for the proposed temple at Shri Ram Janmabhoomi. For the ritual of Bhoomi Poojan, the Kashi Vidhat Parishad has completed the selection of three scholars.
161 feet tall Ram Mandir:
After the declaration of Bhumi pujan date, designers added some floors in Ram temple. The length of the Ram temple in Ayodhya will be increased by 20 feet and at the same time, two new pavilions have also been added to its design. It will now be 161 feet high.
The architect Nikhil Sompura has informed that the new design has been made in the design of the temple proposed in 1988. He is the son of the head architect of the temple C Sompura.
He told, 'The temple was designed in the year 1988, now 30 years have passed and hence its footfall will increase with time. People are very excited to come to the temple. So we thought that the size should be increased and decided to increase it from 141 feet to 161 feet.
Mukesh Kumar says that the holy water of Sangam will be taken from Prayagraj to Ayodhya for Bhoomi Pujan.
Mukesh is the province organization minister of Vishwa Hindu Parishad. He said that the names of office bearers going to Ayodhya from Prayagraj to Sangam will be decided soon. Experts say that in Bhoomi Pujan, PM Modi will install the copper urn. In addition to the confluence in the copper urn, Ganga water, water of all pilgrimages, all medicines and Pancharatna will also be kept.