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Showing posts with label Ram mandir proposed design. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Ram mandir proposed design. Show all posts

Tuesday, 4 August 2020

This is how Ram Mandir will look like.



            In pic : Proposed design of Ram mandir. 


The design of the proposed Ram Temple in Ayodhya has been launched online by the trust monitoring its building, a day before Prime Minister Narendra Modi's inauguration ceremony and other top leaders.

A collection of pictures revealed a large three-story building of stone on an elevated platform with several walls, pillars and domes. According to its builder the temple would be 161 feet tall and nearly double the size of what was originally designed.

The interiors feature a high dome with intricate carvings.

The model was changed following the November Supreme Court decision on the 2.77 acre site claimed by both Hindus and Muslims, where the Babri mosque of the 16th century stood until it was burned to the ground in 1992 by Hindu activists who alleged it was constructed on the remains of an ancient temple marking Lord Ram's birthplace.

The Supreme Court said the site was being handed over for a Ram temple and Muslims should be given an alternate five-acre location.

Architect Chandrakant Sompura, who belongs to a family of temple builders, was asked to design the Ram temple some 30 years ago. His father Prabhashankar Sompura planned and supervised the renovation of the Somnath temple.

Mr Sompura, 77, told India's Press Trust that he had adopted the design "Nagara theme."

The concept was modified to have five domes to suit more devotees, instead of two. A shikhara or tower overlooking the sanctum sanctorum will be installed.

The construction will begin after the "bhoomi pujan" or historic ceremony featuring PM Modi, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Chief Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) Mohan Bhagwat, apart from 175 spiritual leaders. Building the temple will take about three years, the architect said.