Nripendra Mishra, who was a special officer of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, is now in charge of Ram Mandir construction works as the chairman of Ram Mandir construction committee. In an exclusive interview with Zee News, he presented the plan for the temple. Calling the completion of the foundation of Ram Mandir a difficult task, he informed that the foundation and platform works of the temple have been completed.
He also said that there are no obstacles to the construction of Ram Mandir. “By December 2023, the sanctum sanctorum of Ram’s temple will be ready, Ramlala will be obliged to sit in the sanctum sanctorum, from December 2023 devotees will be able to visit the shrine,” he said.
He also said that Prime Minister Modi continues to collect information on the construction of the Ram temple. PM Modi also continues to give his suggestions.
He further informed that the works of the ground floor of Ram Mandir will be completed by December 2023. By December 2024, the works of the first and second floors of the temple will also be completed. “The entire Ram Temple complex will be ready by December 2025,” he said.
He said the help of scientists and engineers from IIT Chennai, IIT Delhi and IIT Kanpur was being taken for the construction work. “The temple is built with at least 1000 years in mind,” he said.
Valmiki Temple, Jatayu Temple, Nishadraj Temple and Shaburi Temple will also be built in the Ram Mandir complex. Additionally, Ramayan figures will be prayed to on the walls of the temple complex.
“On Ramnavami, the sun’s rays fall directly on the shrine, it’s under development, scientists and engineers have been working on it, the sun’s rays will fall directly on the shrine for at least 2 minutes,” said Mishra.
“The superstructure work begins today. We have a 3-stage schedule (for the completion of works) – Garbhagriha by 2023, construction of the temple by 2024 and main constructions of the temple complex by 2025,” he said. at ANI.