News Desk, Tech for FTCP, New Delhi / Ayodhya
Updated Fri, 21 Aug 2020 05:51 AM IST
Proposed model of Ram temple complex
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Representatives of Ram Mandir Trust, Champat Rai, members Anil Mishra, Govind Giri along with representatives of VHP were also present in this meeting, headed by Nripendra Mishra, chairman of the construction committee. In this meeting, which lasted about four hours, it was discussed to get approval from the Ayodhya-Faizabad Development Authority at the earliest for the construction of the temple in time, the master plan of 70 acres of land and the construction map to be done in this area.
According to a member of the trust present at the meeting, the construction of the temple was on time as well as the strength of the temple. 60 meters of excavation has been done for the construction of the temple. CBRI will do the work to check the strength of the soil resulting from it. The type of requirements that would be needed during construction were also discussed in detail. In the end it was decided that the temple should be constructed between 36 to 40 months in advance.
Fixed time monitoring
It was decided in the meeting that construction committee and trust meetings should be held at a fixed time to ensure the strength and timeliness of the construction. In these meetings, representatives from all parties involved in construction and consultations should come up with the status report immediately. In the 70 acres of land acquired, a number of construction works will be done for the convenience of devotees, including the temple on five acres and the remaining land research institute, Gurukul. In the meeting, it was decided to obtain the approval of the separately prepared maps related to it.
Arrangement of copper leaves
There has already been agreement about the use of copper leaves for the construction of the temple. This has been done to strengthen the temple and to maintain stability for at least a thousand years. The arrangement of ten thousand leaves 18 inches long was also discussed in the meeting. Significantly, the trust has already appealed people to donate copper leaves.