According to a statement from the office of Nripendra Misra, the head of the temple’s construction committee, Prime Minister Narendra Modi may visit the Ram temple’s construction site in Ayodhya.
Additionally, it stated that the construction project is proceeding as planned and that devotees will have the chance to pray to Lord Ram by December 2023.
The statement read, “Prime Minister may visit Shri Ram Temple building site.”
The Ram Temple’s three-story superstructure, which includes the bottom floor’s Garbh Griha and five mandaps, is now under construction. This superstructure is being built on a granite stone plinth that is 6.5 metres (21 feet) high and was finished in September 2022.
The plinth was built using a system of interlocking stones that totaled about 17,000 granite stone blocks, each weighing two tonnes. The plinth, raft, and foundation all lacked any steel.
The ground floor was reached after 72 feet of three-layered buildings were finished, making the total built-up space 58,920 square feet.
The carved Rajasthan sandstone used to build the temple’s superstructure comes from Bansi Paharpur in the Bharatpur area. Bansi Paharpur stone, measuring 4.75 lakh cubic feet, will be used in the Ram temple’s superstructure. Makrana marble will be used for the temple’s Garbh Griha’s walls and floor.
392 pillars will be present in the temple, with 166 on the ground floor, 144 on the first floor, and 82 columns on the second floor.
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