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Ayodhya Ram Mandir Design: Know The Final Temple Design Length, Width and Height

Ayodhya Ram Mandir Design: Know The Final Design Length, Width and Height

Preparations are underway for the grand temple of Lord Sri Rama in Ayodhya. On 5 August, it's the time of Bhoomi Pujan, for which Prime Minister Narendra Modi is coming. Meanwhile, everybody needs to know how the Ram Mandir will be designed.

How will this temple be the most ritual in the world? The news that answers these questions is that the design of the model of the temple has been finalized afresh, on which the Sri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust has also given the final seal.

Ayodhya Ram Mandir Design

Under the new layout, the temple will be more grand than before. It will not have 5, but 6 peaks touching the sky. If the heaviest crowd of devotees can rum at the feet of the Lord, then the perkota will also be spread over about 5 acres.

To explore the possibilities of increasing the grandeur of the temple, the trust entrusted the temple's chief architect Chandrakant Sompura. Chandrakant employed his two architectural sons Ashish and Nikhil Sompura in this work. After his nearly 2 months of hard work himself, a revised blueprint of the proposed temple was prepared with a proper increase in size.

Gods Artwork will be Installed

NHAI is going to implement a number of projects of Rs 55 crore for beautification in Ayodhya. Under this, a bypass is being built in Ayodhya at a cost of Rs 40 crore, whose 30 % civil work has also been completed.

This bypass will be beautified at a cost of Rs 15 crore. To increase the beauty of the bypass, there is a preparation to plant attractive trees in between. According to NHAI, the work of planting trees and trees will be started immediately after dividing stones in the middle of the road.

Artwork and work based on Shriram's life will also be installed on a big scale along the bypass. The DPR of the rig road around Ayodhya is also being prepared.

Sanctum sanctorum (Grabhagrih)  shall be on all three floor

While the statue of Ramlala will be installed within the sanctum sanctorum of the first floor of the proposed temple, the Ram Darbar is to be installed within the sanctum sanctorum of the second floor.

The sanctum sanctorum of the third floor has not yet been decided as to which image of God will be installed in it, but it is believed that will probably be installed in a statue associated with some marmink theme of Lord Rama.

This would be the New Temple

In the earlier proposed model, where the temple was proposed in less than an acre, after modification, its perkota will be expanded to an area of ​​5 acres. The first model had two sub-peaks including one main peak. After the size increase, the temple will now have 5 sub-peaks including one main peak.

The previously proposed temple also had 106 pillars on every floor, however with the increase of 1 floor, the number of pillars within the temple has increased from 212 to 318. These pillars will be 14 to 16 feet high and eight feet in diameter. Every pillar will be decorated with 16 idols of Yaksha-Yakshanis.

Understand Beautiful Design of Ram Mandir Like This

  • The newly proposed temple will be 360 ​​feet long and 235 feet wide. The construction of 161 feet high has been finalized.
  • The area has now become 84 thousand 600 sq. feet. Earlier the total area was 37 thousand 590 sq. feet.
  • Previously it was 268.5 feet in length, 140 feet in width and 128 feet in height.
  • There have also been some changes in the temple due to the rise of the peak. The first appearance was Sinhgadwar, Nrityamandap, Rangmandap followed by the sanctum sanctorum. Now there will be an esoteric pavilion between the sanctum sanctorum and the Rangamandap. There will be separate kirtan and prayer pavilions on the right-left

All four brothers will be sitting on the silver throne

Deities of Bharata, Lakshmana and Shatrughna, together with Ramlala, have been installed in an alternate sanctum till the grand temple is built on the Sri Ram Janmabhoomi.

On 25 March this year, before the establishment in the alternate sanctum, Ramlala was presented the throne with 9 and a half kilos of silver by Bimalendramohan Mishra, a member of the Sri Ram Janmabhoomi Tirtha Kshetra Trust and head of the Ayodhya royal family, however three other brothers of Ramlala on the wooden throne.

He was seated. The head of the Raj family has now also issued a silver throne to all the brothers of Ramlala, whom he is about to hand over to the trust soon in an auspicious time.


It will be easy to go to the city of Ram, every way to connect with Ayodhya

Together with the preparations for the foundation stone of the Ram Mandir, the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has also started constructing Ayodhya.

In view of the possibility of a massive number of domestic and foreign tourists coming in the future, NHAI is working on plenty of projects to create large-scale infrastructure in Ayodhya and its surrounding areas.

Preparations have been made for rejuvenation of roads connecting 84 cities to Ayodhya and 84 Kosi Parikrama Marg. The Parikrama Marg will be rebuilt at a cost of Rs 3000 crore. Apart from this, the major roads will also be beautified.

84 Rejuvenation of the Kosi Parikrama Marg is the most important. This circumambulation route of about 275 km is spread over 5 districts Basti, Ayodhya, Ambedkar Nagar, Barabanki and Gonda.

This circumambulation route starts from the cantonment near NH-27 and passes through Gosaiganj, Adhiyuna intersection, Amarganj, Rudauli, Bhoriganj, Rajapur, and Nawabganj and then reaches the cantonment.

NHAI is going to develop and beautify the entire Parikrama Marg at a total value of Rs 3,000 crore. In 2017 itself, the Parikrama Marg was theoretically declared a National Highway (NH).

This paved the way for its development for NHAI. The company named Jindal Consortium has prepared its DPR (detailed project report). Its map is being finalized.

According to NHAI, out of 275 km long route, 253 km of road remains, out of which only 71 km is double lane, the remaining 182 km is single lane road.

Now the entire 275 km route will be developed as a double lane road. A bridge will also be constructed at two places on the Saryu river coming in the Parikrama Marg. The size of each bridge will be one kilometer.

According to NHAI, as soon as the DPR gets the green sign, a tender will be issued for its building and an effort will be made to complete it as soon as possible. At the same time, DPR is being prepared for a separate 898 crore project for the forest transit route.

Ayodhya will be directly accessible from Chitrakoot

Work has begun on connecting Chitrakoot to Ayodhya with the National Highway. For this, the work of construction of a DPR for construction of 165 km road from NH-31 in Pratapgarh to Jethwara-Shringverpur-Manjhanpur-Rajapur to NH-35 close to Chitrakoot has started.

This road has recently been declared a national highway. At the same time, the work of the development of the Ramjanaki route from Ayodhya to Janakpur is also going on fast, and work on different sections is at different stages.

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