Ayodhya: In the meeting of the temple construction committee, a meeting was held for 2 days with the officials of the trust and the engineers and officers of the working organization involved in the construction of the temple of Ramlala. In this meeting, there was also a churn on the stones to be installed in the temple. During this it was decided that the temple of Lord Ramlala would be constructed with pink stone from Bansi Paharpur in Rajasthan, but white high-quality marble of Makrana would be installed in the door frame of the temple.
At the same time, 30 door frames will be used in the entire womb. Bansi Paharpur Pink Stone is to be used in the construction of Ramlala’s temple, so after building the foundation of Ramlala’s temple, Mirzapur stones will be used in the 16 feet high base plinth. To protect the plinth from leakage of water, Lalitpur granite stones will be laid in 3 layers.
In the workshop of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Nyas, stones have been carved for the construction of Ram temple. At the same time, these doorway stones were also kept in the temple as a model. In the construction of the entire temple, 30 door frames of Makrana marble will be installed.
The priority of the trust is that the grand temple of Lord Ramlala should be constructed in 2023 and by the end of 2023, Lord Ramlala will sit in his womb and give darshan to the devotees of Ram. Champat Rai, general secretary of Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust, said that the stone of Jodhpur will be used in the park.
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