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Shri Ram temple to be built in Ayodhya in grand shape with 106 pillars

Wednesday - November 13, 2019 1:39 pm , Category : INDIA
Shri Ram temple of Ayodhya to be based on Nagar style
Shri Ram temple of Ayodhya to be based on Nagar style

Know about the proposed Shri Ram temple of Ayodhya

NOV 13 (WTN) - As you are aware that after the decision of the Honorable Supreme Court, it is decided to build Shri Ram temple in Ayodhya. The Supreme Court has recognized the disputed land of Ayodhya as the right of Shri Ramlala. After clearing the way for the construction of Ram temple, now it is discussed that with which design and technology will the Shri Ram temple be built? For your information, let us know that the design for the Ram temple was prepared in the year 1989 itself. 
 
According to the craftsman Chandrakant Sompura who designed the Ram temple, the proposed Shri Ram temple to be built in Ayodhya will be based on the Nagar style. The map of the temple is based on the Nagar style prevalent in North India. Let us tell you what are the characteristics of the Nagar style?
 
For your information, let us know that the Nagar style of architecture is one of the three styles of North Indian Hindu architecture. According to the Vastushastra, the identity of the temples of the Nagar style is to be its quadrangle from the base to the highest part. There are two major features of the civilian style: its distinctive scheme and its aircraft. The mainland of the Nagar style temples is rectangular with successive planes on either side of the middle, which makes it a full-size triangular.
 
There is a peak at the top of the Nagar style temples, which is also called the Rekha peak. There are also two buildings in the Nagar style temples, one of which is called the sanctum sanctorum and the other is called the Mandapa. The sanctum is tall while the pavilion is small. Above the sanctum sanctorum is an elongated structure, which increases the height of the temple. 
 
For your information, let us know that there are four rooms in the Nagar style temples Garbhagriha, Jagamohan, Natyamandir, and Bhogamandir. Let you know that the ancient temples of the Nagar style did not have pillars but gradually its design changed and a mixture of local variations started to be seen in the construction of the temples in the Nagar style temples.
 
The biggest feature of Nagar style temples is that iron and cement are not used in their construction. The Lingaraja Temple at Bhubaneswar in Odisha is a classic example of the Nagar style. On the other hand, the famous Sun Temple of Konark in Odisha and the world-famous temple of Khajuraho are also built on the basis of Nagar style. 
 
The proposed Ram temple plan in Ayodhya is about 69 acres. The main temple of Shri Ramlala is 270 feet long, 126 feet meters wide and 12.3 feet high. The proposed temple is to have 106 pillars. The proposed Shri Ram temple, which will be based on the Nagar style, will be on two floors. In which there will be a Shri Ramlala temple on the first floor, then there will be a Ram Darbar on the second floor, in which there will be an idol of Lord Hanuman with Sri Ram, Laxman, and Sita. 
 
Apart from the main Shri Ram temple, four other temples will also be constructed here. In addition to the Shri Ram temple, Shri Ganesh Temple, Bharat Temple, Shri Ram's wife Sita's temple and Shri Ram's devotee Lord Hanuman Ji's temple will also be built around the main temple. On the pillar of the main temple, tableaux of different Gods will be engraved.
 
According to the design for the proposed Shri Ram temple, about 2 lakh 63 thousand cubic stones will be used, out of which 1 lakh 60 thousand cubic stones have been carved so far. At the same time, four different gates are also designed in the directions for entering the temple. Tableaux of Indian culture will also be engraved at all gates. Along with this, it is proposed to build a library for research and literature on Sri Ram, the house for the exhibition, meditation hall, Dharamshala, research center, staff living in the temple.