Ayodhya Ram Mandir / The construction of Ram temple will be completed this year, know when the doors will open for the devotees?

Zoom News : Jun 20, 2023, 07:50 PM
Ayodhya Ram Mandir: The construction of Lord Shri Ram's temple in Ayodhya will be completed in three phases. An invitation will be sent to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the Pran Pratishtha programme. This is to be said by Nripendra Mishra, chairman of Shri Ram Mandir Construction Committee. He has told that the construction of the ground floor of the temple will be completed by December 2023. Whereas, Pran Pratishtha will take place after Makar Sankranti between January 14 and 25. This program will run for 10 to 12 days.

He says that in the last meeting, the trust has passed a resolution to send an invitation to PM Modi so that PM can attend the last day of Pran Pratishtha. This invitation will be sent to the PM soon. There is no reason to stop devotees from having darshan after Pran Pratishtha. After that, after making arrangements in a day or two, the devotees of Ram will be able to have darshan.

Nripendra Mishra said that arrangements will be made so that people from all over the country can see Pran Pratishtha. The date of the program depends on the availability of PM. At the same time, he told that the temple of Lord Ram will be unique, whose construction style will be strong and futuristic. Some devotees have requested that the door and shikhar of the sanctum sanctorum should be made of gold, they want to arrange gold themselves. Its trust has given permission.

Teak wood doors will be installed in the temple

He told that teak wood doors will be made, which have been made available by the Maharashtra government. Till now the work is going on according to the time, but now due to the heat, 100 laborers have left, due to which the work has slowed down. The stone work is running 7 days behind. He told that prominence will be given to saints of every sect, every community, which is being looked after by an invitation committee. We are completing the construction work of the temple this year so that it should not be linked with politics and elections.

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