The Ram Mandir Ayodhya is not just a temple; it’s a symbol of faith, resilience, and cultural significance.

Ram Mandir Ayodhya

The temple is built in the grand Nagara style of architecture, characterized by its towering shikhara or spires. Spread across 2.77 acres, the temple will be a magnificent tribute to Lord Rama, crafted from pink sandstone and adorned with intricate carvings. 

The Rise of a Grand Temple

The temple will become a major pilgrimage center, attracting millions of devotees, fostering cultural exchange, and promoting religious harmony. 

Ram Mandir

The Shri Ram Mandir is built with high-quality, durable materials to ensure longevity. 

Construction Material

– High Grade “Rolled Compacted Concrete” without Steel.

Larsen & Toubro (L&T) is entrusted with the main construction of the temple. 

Ram Mandir Ayodhya construction

The journey began with a grand Bhoomi Poojan ceremony on August 5, 2020, marking the official commencement of civil construction.

– 3 storied earthquake-resistant structure

Building Description

– 392 pillars and 44 door

– Gold-plated teakwood door

– Estimated age of temple structure: 2500 year

- Bell weighing 2100 Kg made of Ashtadhatu  

– Bell sound can be heard around 15 Km.

The temple’s foundation is crucial for its stability. 

Ram Mandir Ayodhya – Foundation Design

– 14 Meter Thick Rolled Compacted Concrete layered and shaped like Artificial Stone.

– 56 layers of compact concrete made of Fly Ash/Dust and chemicals.

– 21-foot thick plinth made up of Granite to protect the temple from moisture.

According to Hindu astrology, several auspicious periods will align on January 22, making it an ideal time for significant rituals. 

Why was January 22, 2024 chosen as pran-pratishtha?

The temple complex sprawls across 2.7 acres 

Ram Mandir Grandeur

The temple is spread across three floors, each dedicated to a specific deity and purpose. 

The ground floor alone boasts 160 majestic columns, providing sturdy support