Ayodhya, 26th October 2022: On Tuesday, Champat Rai, General Secretary of Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust, said that Ayodhya’s Ram temple will be opened for devotees in January 2024 after the installation of the idol of Ram in its sanctum sanctorum on the day of Makar Sankranti.
He said that the temple is earthquake resistant and adequate arrangements have been made for the temple to last for more than 1,000 years.
392 pillars and 12 doors are being installed in the construction of Ram temple. It is being constructed without iron rods. According to the Trust members, instead of iron, copper chips were being used to join the stones. The main temple will be spread over 350×250 feet.
Rai said that a study is being done to assess the impact of people’s movement in the area of ​​five kilometers around the temple. The temple is being constructed at a cost of Rs 1800 crore. He said that 50 percent of the construction work has been completed.
Project Manager Jagdish Apale said that the sanctum sanctorum has been constructed in such a way that the sun’s rays will fall on the idol of Ram on the occasion of Ram Navami.