Ram temple to open to public in 2023, work to finish in 2024 | India News

Ram temple to open to public in 2023, work to finish in 2024 | India News


AYODHYA: Construction of the Ram Temple is being undertaken on a war footing to erect the garbhagriha (sanctum sanctorum) by 2023 and shift idols of Ram Lalla, Sita and Laxman there from the temporary structure, where it’s currently housed.
The garba griha will be thrown open to pilgrims across India and the world for ‘darshan’, keeping at least a six-month buffer before the Lok Sabha polls. The grand temple complex as per blueprint will, however, be completed by 2024 by construction firms, Larsen & Toubro and Tata Consultancy, and could also overshoot the deadline, said highly placed sources in the Ram temple Trust.
Talking to TOI, Trustee of Ram Mandir Trust Anil Mishra said, “The shifting of idols to the ‘garba griha’ will match the grandeur of the ‘bhoomipujan’, which was hekd last year, with the likely participation of the President, Prime Minister, chief minister, Sangh brass and even Opposition leaders.”
The decision to open the mega temple project to pilgrims, followed marathon meetings of the temple trust presided over by the construction committee chairman, Nripendra Mishra, this week.





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