The construction of Ram Mandir in Ayodhya, which has been under a lot of pressure is finally going to start on August 5 after PM Narendra Modi chose August 5 as the date for Bhoomi Poojan.
The meeting which was underway on Saturday by the Supreme Court supervised trust- Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust and architect Chandrakant Sompura decided some major changes on the 120-acre land.
The Ram mandir won’t be 2 storeys anymore but 3 storey temple with 5 domes, earlier the domes were decided to be 5 but now the size of the temple has been increased two-fold.
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More money and investment will be done on the design of the third store and that the temple height would now be 128 feet. That is three times the Statue of liberty – US.
Earlier the Ram Mandir was being constructed on the 67-acre land property but now it has been expanded by 100 acres more and now, the architects would hit along and decide the master plan in next 15 days.
The construction of Ram Mandir was earlier Rs 100 crores but after the dome and storey changes, the price is going to increase. The Ram Mandir in Ayodhya will take up to 3.5 years to complete at least.