According to the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust, by December 2023, devotees will be able to see their adorable Ramlala in the Ram temple. The Ram temple being built in Ayodhya will be opened for Ram devotees by 2023 December. The construction work of Ram temple is going on very fast in Ayodhya.
According to the trust, the Ram Mandir complex is being constructed on 110 acres. The construction of the entire Ram Mandir complex will cost Rs 900 to 1000 crore and this project will be completed by 2025. At the same time, the construction of the sanctum sanctorum of the Ram temple being built in 67 acres of land will be completed by December 2023.
The Ram Mandir complex will have a museum, archive, research centre, administrative block, guest house, prasad making and distribution as well as space for saints, fajris. There will be copies of all the countries in which Ramayana has been written. There will be a system to preserve the history etc. related to the Ram temple. On the day of Ram Navami, arrangements will also be made for the sunlight falling directly on Ram Lalla sitting in the sanctum sanctorum.
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The heritage buildings located near the Ram Mandir complex will also be maintained. In this, places like Kuber Mahal, Sita Kund will be given the form of a very modern temple, in which a glimpse of ancient India will also be seen. The trust has given another facility, under which Ram devotees will be able to see the construction of the temple with their own eyes. A view point is being made for this.
According to the trust, the main temple will be three storeyed with five pavilions. It is believed that Lord Rama was born at that place. The length of the temple will be 360 feet, width 235 feet and the height of each floor will be 20 feet.
According to the Ram Mandir Trust, the sanctum sanctorum will get its final shape by 2023. The entire construction will be completed by 2025. The entire temple complex will be spread over 110 acres and will cost Rs 1,000 crore to build.
The temple will have 160 pillars on the ground floor, 132 pillars on the first floor and 74 pillars on the second floor. The height of the peak to be built on the sanctum sanctorum of the temple will be 161 feet from the ground, which will be made from stones and marble brought from Rajasthan.