Ayodhya: The construction of Ram temple at Ramjanmabhoomi is in the final stages. During this excavation, remains of an ancient temple were found. Ram Mandir Trust General Secretary Champat Rai gave information about this on Twitter. He shared a photo in which these remains have been collected and kept. With this photo he wrote, Remains of the ancient temple found during excavation at Shri Ram Janmabhoomi. It includes many statues and pillars.
It is noteworthy that this is the first time that photographs of the items found during the excavation during the construction of the temple have been revealed, which include more than a dozen statues, pillars, stones etc. Sculptures of gods and goddesses are carved on these rocks. Pillars installed in ancient temples are also visible in the photo. It is being told that these remains found during the excavation will be kept in the grand temple of Ramlala for the devotees to see.
It is known that when the construction of the temple started, about 40 to 50 feet of excavation was done. All these objects were found during the excavation of the temple complex, which further strengthens the claim of the Hindu side. Many objects were also found in the ASI survey. The court had also taken cognizance of these during the hearing of the temple-mosque case.
Darshan of Ramlala
The construction work of Ram temple is going on very fast. The first floor is almost ready. It is to be inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in January 2024. The construction work will continue even after the consecration of the statues. According to people associated with Ram Mandir Trust, the work on the first floor and second floor will be completed by December 2024. The idol will be installed by January after which devotees will be able to have darshan. Meaning- By the end of this year people will start seeing Ramlala inside the temple.
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Ram temple is being built in several phases. The first phase work will be completed by December 2023. Whereas, the work of the second phase will be completed in December 2024 and the work of the third phase will be completed in December 2025. That means the final construction of the temple will be completed in about two and a half years.