Ram Mandir to withstand any kind of natural calamities

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TNC Desk, Dec 6
The Ram Mandir in Ayodhya, which is being constructed in Nagara style of architecture, will withstand any kind of natural calamities and is going to stay safe for several centuries.
Piling work for testing the foundation of pillars for the temple has been started and renowned instituted IIT Chennai started test piling with Larsen & Toubro under the supervision of Central Building Research Institute, Roorkee (CSIR).
According to information received, as many as 1200 pillars will be laid about 100 feet below the surface to prepare the temple’s foundation. In technical terms, this process is called piling. To check the strength and durability, one pill with diameter of a meter will be laid 100-feet below the ground and it will be subjected to a series of tests for the duration of a month.

Ram Mandir taking shape in Ayodhya will remain safe for 1000 years
The temple will be constructed in such a way that it will remain safe for 1000 years. Besides, it will be able to withstand any kinds of natural calamities including earthquakes. For this, a foundation of 1200 pillars of 1 meter diameter and 100 feet deep will be built on 5 acres of land. The pillars will be made with special methods by using cement, sand and other materials.
How will Ram Mandir be?
Of 70 acres of land of the Ayodhya Ram Janmbhoomi, the temple along with corridor will be developed in around 5 acres of land. The temple will be constructed on 2.7 acres of land with 360 feet length and 235 feet width. Ram Mandir to be reportedly built in three-floors is going to have a height of around 161 feet. There will be around 160 pillars on the ground floor, 132 pillars on the first floor and 74 pillars on the second floor.
Shri Ram Janmbhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust has proposed many construction works on the remaining 67 acres of land in the Janmbhoomi campus. Suggestions were sought from engineers, designers and architects across the country for the master plan on the trust’s website. The master plan has been prepared for 67 acres of land, which will include museum, library, Yagyashala, Conference Center, Satsang Bhawan, Dharamshala, Guest House, Research Center, Administrative Building, Residential Complex, exhibition, pilgrimage facility, parking, music fountains and other.


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