The grand Ram temple design final in Ayodhya, Ramlala will sit in a three-storey temple

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A new design of the Ram temple has been revealed. In the new design pictures, the Ram temple is looking grand. In the new design pictures, the very high peak of the temple is visible.

New design of Ram temple fine

Length, width and height increased

A new design of the Ram temple has been revealed. The Ram temple is seen more gorgeous in the new design pictures. The very high peak of the temple is visible in the photographs of the new design. The chief architect of the temple Nikhil Somapura showed the design of the temple in conversation with Aaj Tak.

The first design of the Ram temple was built in 1985–86. At that time the design was designed keeping in view the crowd of devotees, but now the design of the temple has been changed in view of the crowd of devotees. The temple has been given a more grand appearance. The length, height and width of the temple has been increased.

Now the Ram temple will not be two but three storey, whose height will be 161 feet, width 235 feet and length 360 feet. The original look of the temple will remain almost the same. The three vertices have been increased. Two peaks have been increased in the side and one more in front, which will now have five peaks in the temple.

More height, more peak and more area, Ram temple will be so grand with the old design

The first height of the Ram temple was 128 feet, which has now increased to 161 feet. There will be 318 pillars in the three-storey (floor) temple. 106 pillars will be made on each floor. Ram Lala’s temple will be at a height of 17 feet from the ground. There will be Ram Darbar on the second floor. The temple with five shikhars on almost 69 acres of land is nowhere in the world.

In Ram temple, devotees come to visit in large numbers so they do not have trouble, so the design has been changed by increasing the area around the original temple design. It is proposed to construct a pavilion in the new design of the Ram temple, which will have a seating capacity of about fifty thousand devotees at a time.

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