Ram Mandir Inauguration: Here are some glimpses of what the temple would look like

With just a day left to laying the foundation stone at Ram Mandir in Ayodhya, here are some pictures released by the trust, of the temple. The temple is supposed to look like this at the end of its construction, after three years.

With just a day left to the iconic ‘Bhoomi Pujan’ at Ram Mandir in Ayodhya, the trust of the temple has released pictures of the planned layout of the temple. The temple is spread across 2.77 acres of land which was allotted to it as a result of the Supreme Court verdict.

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Following the ‘Nagara’ style of architecture, the architect Chandrakant Sompura was asked to design the temple about 30 years ago. Sompura, as reported by NDTV, belongs to a family of temple architects and thus has the required skill set and experience for the same.

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The interiors of the temple have been designed with high stones and carvings and pillars set high in the corridors. According to News18, two new mandaps, “katha mandap” and “nritya mandap” have also been added to the design of the temple.

With a height of 161 feet, the temple has a range of domes and structures which provide ample space to accommodate the devotees and can be seen rising high.

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The three storied structure of the temple can be properly seen through a side view. Along the levels, the stones are going to be engraved with intricate designs and carvings, across the structure of the temple.

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The entrance of the temple seems pretty spacious too with a set of stairs leading to the first level, where the main temple is going to be.

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The foundation stone of the temple would be laid down tomorrow by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the majestic ‘Bhoomi Pujan’. As reported by various media agencies, the construction of the temple will take about three years after the inauguration tomorrow.

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