Ram temple to come up in Ayodhya three months before schedule
Ayodhya: The whole country is waiting with bated breath to see the grand Ram temple come up in temple town Ayodhya. All eyes are fixed on the construction work of the Ram Janmabhoomi temple in Ayodhya. A grand temple of Lord Shri Ram is being constructed in the premises.
In such a situation, the good news is that the construction of the Ram temple is likely to be completed three months before the scheduled time. An official of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust gave this information. Not December, now the temple construction work will be completed by September 2023. He said that the construction of the grand Ram temple is estimated to be completed before the deadline. Along with this, Prakash Gupta, in-charge of the trust’s office in Ram Janmabhoomi, said, ‘We are confident that the temple will be completed three months before the scheduled date, so now we have given time till September 2023 to complete it instead of December 2023. The limit has been set.
The sanctum sanctorum of the temple will be eight-angled, while giving more information in this regard, the in-charge of the trust’s office said that the sanctum sanctorum of Lord Ram’s temple will be eight-angled and the temple is now taking shape rapidly.
Now only 167 pillars are left to be installed in the temple. About 75 percent work of the first phase of the temple has been completed. Trust member Dr. Anil Mishra told that, ‘The construction work of the temple is going on ahead of schedule. Soon the work of installing the beam of the sanctum sanctorum will start.