Ayodhya: Ram Mandir construction in 39 months, temple’s grandeur to stay for 1,000 years

Nripendra Mishra reviewed the construction work undertaken till now and discussed in detail about how the mammoth project will be handled to ensure that the temple’s splendour and grandeur remains intact for next 1,000 years.

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New Delhi: A marathon meeting of Ram Mandir Construction Committee took place on Friday where several engineers and experts discussed the construction of holy shrine.

The meeting held at Faizabad’s Circuit House was presided over by Nripendra Mishra, Ram Mandir Construction Committee chairman and also former Principal Secretary of PM Modi.

Nripendra Mishra reviewed the construction work undertaken till now and discussed in detail about how the mammoth project will be handled to ensure that the temple’s splendour and grandeur remains intact for next 1,000 years.

In 3-hour long meeting, all minute and macro details of the Ram Temple were discussed, with an effort to carve out a roadmap for time-bound construction of the historic temple.

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Tata Engineers likely to be part of Ram Temple construction

Tata Constructions and experts from Larsen & Turbo attended the meeting. This was the first meeting in which Tata engineers took part. According to reports, Tata Group may be roped in for the construction of the Ram temple.

Technical experts also gave a detailed presentation about the blueprint for building state-of-the-art and a grand Ram Temple, whose grandeur remains unmatched globally.

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Dr Anil Mishra, a member of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra, a trust formed to oversee the construction of the temple, said “We are waiting for a report from the IIT-Chennai regarding the strength of three pillars in the foundation of the temple.”

The aesthetics and durability of the upcoming temple was also discussed at meeting. Opinion was sought from experts on how to fortify the foundation of the temple so that it can withstand calamities and stand tall for next 1,000 years.