Ayodhya: The Ram temple being built in Ayodhya has been designed in such a way that it will remain safe for about 1,000 years. Also, it will not cause any harm in high intensity earthquake. Champat Rai, general secretary of the Sri Ram Janmabhoomi Tirthakshetra Trust said, “The foundation pillars will be strong and deep, holding up the huge bridges above, making the structure strong and earthquake resistant.” Also Read – Famous poet Munawar Rana demanded to build a hospital in the name of King Dasharatha on the land given for the mosque in Ayodhya.
Talking to media persons at Karsevakapuram in Ayodhya, he said that the Ram temple will be able to withstand any natural disaster for thousands of years. Details of the design will be ready soon. Also Read – UP Deputy CM deteriorates, blood comes out from nose during meeting
Champat Rai, general secretary of the Sri Ram Janmabhoomi Tirthakshetra Trust said, “The foundation pillars will be strong and deep, holding the giant bridges above, making the structure strong and earthquake resistant.” @ShriRamTeerth #RamMandir pic.twitter.com/LSh6xQpC9Y Also Read – Akhara Council demands, Ashok Singhal’s statue be installed in Ayodhya
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Rai said that all the artifacts encountered during the excavation and leveling of the temple site including the centuries-old remains will be displayed in the temple premises.
Rai, the general secretary of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Tirthakshetra Trust, said that the final map of the temple will be passed by the Ayodhya Development Authority and the requisite fee will be paid. He said, “We are not asking for any exemption in fees.”
Rai said that the trust currently has a balance of 42 crore rupees in the account and it has been received from donations ranging from Rs 1 to 1 crore.
Replying to a question, he said, “Around 20,000 saints from all over India participated in the temple movement and it was not possible to invite all. We could only send invitations to 90 saints outside Ayodhya and only 52 saints from the temple city. “