Construction of the grand Ram temple in Ayodhya is underway on at a fast pace and is set to meet the deadline of Drcember, 2023. According to the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust, more than 70 per cent of the temple construction work has been completed.
The Trust has released a new picture of the Ram Mandir’s ground floor and sanctum sanctorum being built on it. It is seen for the first time that all the pillars in the sanctum sanctorum of the temple have been erected while 32 stairs have to be built to reach Ramlala’s darshan i.e. the sanctum sanctorum, out of which 24 have been built.
The trust, in a statement here on Saturday, claimed that the temple is now taking shape as 70 per cent of the work of ground floor has been completed. Door frames and 20 feet high walls are taking shape in a part of the sanctum sanctorum of the Ram temple. These are being made from white marble of Makrana. Apart from these, Singhdwar, the walls of the sanctum sanctorum and the pillar construction are also visible in the picture.
A member of the trust, Dr. Anil Mishra, said, “The construction work of the temple is progressing ahead of schedule. Soon, the work of pouring the beam of the sanctum sanctorum will start. The work of carving around 200 beams on the roof of the Ram temple has been done. The carving of the beam is being done in the workshop located at Ramsevak Puram and Ramghat. The stones that have been carved are being taken to the Ram Janmabhoomi complex.