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The meeting of the construction committee for the preparation of the next phase of temple construction can be decided in the meeting on 22nd.
- Nripendra Mishra, chairman of the construction committee, will hold a meeting with the executive body
- According to officials, the construction of the temple pillars will take eight months.
The meeting of the temple construction committee is going to be held in Delhi on November 22 to start the next phase of Ram temple construction. In which the chairman of the committee, Nripendra Mishra, will consult the technical team of Tata Consultancy Services, L&T, V Sompura Company for the construction of 1200 pillars of the temple. Along with this, other plans for temple construction and temple complex projects, the designs sought from architects from all over the country can also be discussed.
According to Dr. Anil Mishra, member of Shriram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust, now the load testing work on the test piling pillar has been completed. While its report and the strong material used in the pillar and its system etc. will be discussed, the temple trust is also preparing a strategy for collection of funds for temple construction from 14 January. Dr. Mishra told that in this campaign all the frontal organizations of the Sangh Parivar will be joined with all the Hindu organizations of the country. 11 crore families across the country will be approached and appealed for cooperation for the construction of the temple.
Construction of temple foundation pillar will take 8 months
According to the temple’s chief architect Nikhil Sompura, the L&T Company can take 6 to 8 months to prepare the 1200 pillars for the foundation of the temple. After that, his company will start stone work. Which has been prepared. The ground floor will be prepared with one and a half lakh cubic stones carved in the temple workshop. About 1.25 lakh cubic feet and stones will be needed to construct the first and second floor of the temple. Talks are on to supply it from Bharatpur mine in Rajasthan.
Will cooperate with L&T
According to Nikhil Sompura, the technical team of L & T Company will also be supported in stone work. L&T lifter machines will primarily be used to lift stones. This will speed up the work of stones.
The entire focus on the strength of the temple
It was told that the Ram temple has stood firmly for a thousand years, for this reason, the teams of L&T CBRI Roorkee, IIT Chennai, Tata Consultancy Services are engaged in scientific research. Continuous tests are also being done on what kind of material to be used in foundation pillars.