Ayodhya Ram Mandir: Third largest Temple in the world

Model Of Ayodhya Ram Mandir
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The Ram Temple to be built in Ayodhya will be the third-largest in the world and will be spread over an area of 120 acres. The larget temple in the world is in Cambodia. It is spread over a vast area of 401 acres. The second-largest temple in the world is at Tiruchirappalli in Tamil Nadu. The Shri Ranganath Swami Temple is situated on 155 acres.

Bhumi Pujan of Ram Mandir :

Bhumi Pujan of Ram Mandir Temple in Ayodhya is being held on. At 12: 44 pm today. Prime minister Narendra Modi will lay the foundation stone of the Ram Mandir and after that, the construction of the magnificent Ram Mandir in Ayodhya will begin.


What will the layout of Ayodhya Ram Mandir?


There will be 318 carved pillars in the entire temple. The number of columns on each floor will be 106. The architect Chandrakant Sompura has designed the temple. He is assisted by his two sons Nikhil and Ashish. The Width of the temple will be 272 to 280 feet. President of the trust Mahant Nritya Gopal Das, 40kg Silver Brick dedicate the Ram Mandir for the Bhumi Pujan program. Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Ram Mandir Bhumi Pujan program The brick will be installed by him. 3.5 deep rocks will be broken and five silver bricks will be placed in it; Which will symbolize the five constellations.

History of the Mandir :


This Mandir/ Temple Built by Vikramaditya, demolished by Babar. Suryavanshi rule over this city from Vaivasat Manu to Brihadbal was. Lord Shriram was born in Ayodhya to King Dasharath of the same dynasty. Rama was born in a place. This glory lasted till the last Maharaj Brihadbal of Sryavansha. Maharaja Brihadbal was killed by Arjuna’s son Abhimanyu in the battle of Mahabharata and after this Ayodhya was deserted once again. Later, when Emperor Vikramaditya came to this area for hunting, he swathes the birthplace of Shri Ram. There he built a magnificent Ram temple. The temple was later demolished by Babar and a controversial skeleton was erected.

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