Ayodhya Ram Mandir: The work of the grand temple of Lord Ram in Ayodhya is going on in full swing. Meanwhile, Nripendra Mishra, Chairman of Ram Temple Construction Committee said, "PM Modi hands over the responsibility of projects to those who can do the work. For this reason the work of this temple was handed over to the Trust. The trust was formed under the Supreme Court and there is no government money in this trust." Nripendra Mishra further said that not a single penny will be spent from the treasury of UP government or central government in these 71 acres area.
Date of Ramlala’s life consecration
According to the Chairman of Ram Temple Construction Committee, there is no fixed date yet regarding when PM Modi will come to Ayodhya in January. He said, the consecration of the Lord will be started by the saints and sages from around 14-15 January. This program can last for about 10 days. The day PM Modi arrives, the Pran Pratishtha will be concluded in his presence.
Chairman of Ram Mandir Construction Committee told ANI that the participation in the construction of the temple is from the lakhs of people who donated for this temple. According to Nripendra Mishra, PM Modi is interested in knowing the work of the temple. The PM just tries to know whether there is any problem in the construction of the temple.
The temple work will be completed in two parts
Ram Mandir Construction Committee Chairman Nripendra Mishra said, "People’s dream of building a temple has been fulfilled. The temple construction work will be completed in two parts. Under which the first part will be completed by December 1, 2023. The first part will be the ground floor of the temple which is approximately 2.6 acres of land. There are five mandapas on the ground floor, starting from the sanctum sanctorum, where the deities will be installed. There are about 160 pillars and all have different symbolic functions."