The construction work of the most important religious place of India, ‘Shiri Ram mandir’ is started. The grand ceremony was held on 5 august 2020 by prime minister Shiri Narinder Modi. Ayodhya Ram Mandir construction status and details are reached in its second phase. The work of the second phase has started for the foundation of Shiri Ram Janam Bhoomi Temple Ayodhya. It is estimated that the stonework will be started at the end of March 2022 or at the beginning of April 2022. This means it may take almost 4 months to complete the foundation and plinth stage of the temple.
In this article, we are going to discuss the ongoing construction process at present Shiri Ram Mandir. The information is going to provide on the basis of online research. I have never ever visited personally at the holy land Ayodhya. But I wish soon I will get the opportunity to get the sight of Shiri Ram mandir. We will provide you the factual information regarding the material used during construction, Architects and engineers, and so on.
Ayodhya Ram Mandir Foundation Construction
The second phase of the construction is started in the starting October 2021 which is the foundation process. The Raft foundation is being laid under the prominent engineer’s supervision, in 400 feet long and 300 feet wide area. it is divided into 15 parts in which the plywood shuttering is used. it is been said that the raft foundation shall be kept around 1. 5 meters high which will be completed by the end of October 2021.
Ram Mandir construction to plinth level
Once the foundation work is done, next the plinth level work will be started. This statement is claimed by ‘Shri Ram Janam Bhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust‘. They also stated that the plinth-level work may take 4 months to complete and then stonework will be started.
Moreover, the plinth level shall be kept will be 15 feet high, in which one and a half feet are built below the surface and 13 and a half feet above the surface ground.
Ayodhya Ram Mandir construction status of stonework
The stonework is considered the most crucial stage of the Ram mandir temple. It is said that the stonework will start in April 2022. Therefore, the workers are putting their hard efforts to complete it on the fixed date.
in order to accelerate the work, heavy and huge machines are being used. which are approximately 285 cubic meters of concrete laid in about 10 hours.
Furthermore, Due to the rainy season, the number of artisans is also increased so that the speed of work can be accelerated. And, the cutting work will also be done with machines as per the requirements. It is said that for the first time, black granite stones piked from the quarries of the forested Kollegal area on the Karnataka and Tamil Nadu border. Besides, the red sandstone from Mirzapur and pink marble from BANSI PAHARPUR in Rajasthan are also being brought.
Architect and Engineer working in Ayodhya Ram Mandir
Ram Mandir is constructed by a prominent company namely Larsen and Toubro (L&T). The entire construction work Foundation to carving stones shall be carried out by the L&T Engineers. Which has been confirmed by the architect of ram mandir Mr.Ashish Sompura.
For the construction of the temple, the work of carving stones will be done by the artisans of Rajasthan. For which many other companies in BHARATPUR Rajasthan have been approached by L&T. The work of stones used in the construction of the Ram Mandir will also be done by L&T.
Donation of Bricks received from devotees across the country
You may be surprised when you come to know that more than 2 lakh bricks were donated by ram devotees. Which is collected by ‘Vishva Hindu Parishad‘ from across the country. The name of Lord Rama is written on the bricks which is proof of the devotee’s faith towards Lord Rama. Apart from this, during the time period of Shilanyas of 1989 stones were laid at ram Janam Bhoomi by Kar Sevaks. Out of which at least 2 lakh are left in the old workshop and others shifted to the construction site.
Moreover, The water of holy streams, rivers, and seas have been obtained from the 115 countries of seven continents for the temple construction. which is collected by people of all religions.