Ayodhya: earthquake and storm will not affect Ram temple

Ayodhya: earthquake and storm will not affect Ram temple
After the Ram Mandir Bhoomi Pujan, the exercise of building the Ram Mandir has been intensified. A meeting was held on Thursday in this connection. A total of 10 people, including officials of IIT Madras, CBRI, L&T, including Champat Rai, Nripendra Mishra, Govind Dev Giri were present in the meeting.

 

Until the completion of the temple construction work in 36-40 months, there will now be a day to day meeting for the progress report. In today’s meeting, the detail made in the temple was discussed.

Specifically, the number of domes raised in the temple and the expenditure and time spent at the height of the peak were considered. Also, how can the main temple be constructed in the least time and what changes can be made. It was discussed. The meeting was going on at the Nehru Memorial Library in Delhi.

Sarkaryavah Suresh Joshi alias Bhaiyya ji of RSS and Shri Sarkaryawah Shri Krishnagopal were also present in the meeting of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi temple construction. In order to build the temple, it was planned to reach 10 crore houses in the country. Direct or indirect mobilization of 10 crore families will be attempted in the construction.

Trust general secretary Champat Rai said that “Yes, today the people of the Sangh were called so that they would know what is going on in the area of ​​construction.

How can anyone ignore the Sangh’s role for the construction of the temple. The country. You should know who has created a hunger for the temple in the minds of the people. Ashok Singhal ji was just a face. ”

Sri Ramjanmabhoomi temple is being constructed with the ancient construction method of India so that it will not only stand for thousands of years, but also do not suffer any damage in earthquake, hurricane or any other type of disaster.

Iron will not be used in the construction of the temple. Copper leaves will be used to add stones to the temple construction. 10,000 leaves will be required for construction work 18 inches long, 3 mm deep and 30 mm wide.

Sri Ramjanmabhoomi Tirtha Kshetra Trust has called upon the devotees to donate copper leaves. On these copper leaves, the donor can get the name of their family, area or temples.

In this way, these copper leaves will not only become an unprecedented example of the unity of the country, but will also give evidence of the contribution of the entire nation in temple construction.

 

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