Aerial View Pics Of Under Construction Ayodhya Ram Mandir Surface On Internet, Impresses Netizens

by Vaishalee Kalvankar
Aerial View Pics Of Under Construction Ayodhya Ram Mandir Surface On Internet, Impresses Netizens

The entire nation is awaiting the inauguration of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Mandir in Ayodhya. The temple’s construction began before COVID-19 hit the world and is still under construction. The Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Mandir keeps sharing snaps giving an update on the temple’s construction to people on social media platform X (formerly Twitter). Recently, it shared some aerial view pictures of the temple’s construction, and the internet is simply impressed!

Aerial View Pics Of Under Construction Ayodhya Ram Mandir

Before its planned opening on January 23, the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Mandir in Ayodhya, which is presently under construction, offered an aerial perspective of its development. The crane view was released and shared on social media platform X (formerly Twitter) by Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Tirth Kshetra. 

The pictures provide an overview of the ongoing construction at the much-awaited religious destination. They have actually made people more curious about how the temple will look after its construction is completed. 

The post on X (formerly Twitter) has by far garnered over 121.1K views on the internet and over 8.8K likes too. The netizens were super impressed by the pictures, and many of them typed “Jai Shri Ram” in the comments section below the post. 

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Mrigakshi Nakshatra Muhrat Finalised

The prime minister, Narendra Modi, has scheduled the completion of Ram Lalla’s pran Pratishtha at Ayodhya’s Ram Mandir for January 22, 2024, at 12:20 pm in the Mrigashira Nakshatra. This is the auspicious muhurat (time).

It was decided to give this event a global dimension at a Sangh Parivar meeting that took place on Sunday, November 19, at Saket Nilayam. During this meeting, it was decided to move the campaign forward by breaking it up into four stages.

Starting on Sunday, the first phase will run through December 20. The general itinerary for the event will be created at this time. Small operational committees will be established for this purpose. Teams of ten individuals each will be formed at the block and district levels. Volunteers from the temple movement will be on the teams. According to Amar Ujala, the teams will host meetings at 250 places in an effort to get more people to participate in the event. (As per Swarajya)

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Other Three Phases 

Starting on January 1st, the “home-to-home contact” plan will be the main focus of the second phase of Ram Mandir in Ayodhya. During this phase, 10 crore families will receive a pamphlet, an image of Lord Ram’s idol, and rice (akshat) to be worshipped. This will be a request to light diyas (lamps) in observance of the occasion.

The third stage is slated to begin on January 22. Everywhere in the country will be cheerful on that day, thanks to home celebrations. 

In order to give devotees from all over the nation a chance to see Lord Ram, travel arrangements are the goal of the fourth phase. Republic Day marks the beginning of this phase, which will last until February 22. The workers from the Awadh region are scheduled to participate in the campaign at the state level.

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Cover Image Courtesy: @ShriRamTeerth/X (formerly Twitter)

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