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30 years later, Ram Mandir being constructed at the same location where Babri Masjid was demolished

Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust has undertaken the responsibility of the construction of the Ram Temple.

Hritika Mitra Edited By: Hritika Mitra @MitraHritika Ayodhya Updated on: December 06, 2022 11:51 IST
30 years later, Ram Mandir being constructed at the same
Image Source : FILE 30 years later, Ram Mandir being constructed at the same location where Babri Masjid was demolished

As the Babri Masjid demolition clocks in 30 years today, the construction work for the temple is in full swing already. After the Supreme Court waved a green flag to the construction of the Ram temple in Ayodhya, it is believed that the construction of the temple will be completed and open to devotees by 2024. 

Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust has undertaken the responsibility of the construction of the Ram Temple. 

This is how the temple will look after construction 

The Ram Janmabhoomi Trust on several occasions has released CGI images of the temple. Here are some of these -  

India Tv - 30 years later, Ram Mandir being constructed at the same location where Babri Masjid was demolished

Image Source : FILE30 years later, Ram Mandir being constructed at the same location where Babri Masjid was demolished

India Tv - According to plans, temples of Valmiki, Kewat, Shabari, Jatayu, Sita, Vighneshwar (Ganesh) and Sheshavatar (Lakshman) will also be constructed within a 70-acre area in the vicinity of the Ram temple.

Image Source : PTI/FILEAccording to plans, temples of Valmiki, Kewat, Shabari, Jatayu, Sita, Vighneshwar (Ganesh) and Sheshavatar (Lakshman) will also be constructed within a 70-acre area in the vicinity of the Ram temple.

India Tv - In October, the trust informed teh press that 50% of the construction work had been completed and called the overall progress 'satisfactory'.

Image Source : PTI/FILE In October, the trust informed teh press that 50% of the construction work had been completed and called the overall progress 'satisfactory'.

Ram Mandir construction in full swing

Meanwhile, the construction of the Ram Mandir has already begun. The temple is expected to be completed and open to the public by 2024. 

 India Tv - The construction work of the Ram Temple began on August 5, 2020.

Image Source : PTI/FILEThe construction work of the Ram Temple began on August 5, 2020.

India Tv - The work on the plinth was completed by August, a member of the trust said.

Image Source : PTI/FILEThe work on the plinth was completed by August, a member of the trust said.

India Tv - Carved stones for the temple will be brought from the three workshops the trust operates in Rajasthan, besides one in Ayodhya.

Image Source : PTI/FILECarved stones for the temple will be brought from the three workshops the trust operates in Rajasthan, besides one in Ayodhya.

Stone quarried in Rajasthan and Karnataka will be used to build the main structure as also the sanctum sanctorum, where the deity will be placed. Carved stones for the temple will be brought from the three workshops the trust operates in Rajasthan, besides one in Ayodhya.

India Tv - Roads around the temple have also been improved in order for easier access to the temple.

Image Source : PTI/FILERoads around the temple have also been improved in order for easier access to the temple.

India Tv - Larsen and Toubro is carrying out the construction of the temple, assisted by Tata Consulting Engineers, which is project management consultant.

Image Source : PTI/FILELarsen and Toubro is carrying out the construction of the temple, assisted by Tata Consulting Engineers, which is project management consultant.

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