Vastu issues in construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya, Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Tirtha Kshetra Trust removed this cut

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Ayodhya: With the accelerating process of constructing the grand temple of Lord Shri Ram in Ramnagri Ayodhya, the plan to free the Ramjanmabhoomi complex from Vaastu defect is on the rise. Along with the worship rituals here, the measurement of the enclosure of this land is also being corrected. The creation of the Janmabhoomi complex (70 acres) of land is contrary to Vastu. For this reason, Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust is engaged in purchasing the land around it. As the purchase of land is advancing, not only its measurement is getting accurate but also, the architectural structure is getting fixed. So far, about four acres of land has been purchased from different landowners in Ramkot.

To remove Vastu defects in the construction of the temple, more land is on the northeast and west sides of the complex. The Trust has taken this as a priority. The premises have to be rectangular and square-shaped by the purchase of land. The Pheekreram temple has been made a part of the complex. Right now the work of casting the foundation for the construction of the Ram temple on five acres of land is going on. Several projects are also proposed to be developed in the extended area. The responsibility of this expansion has been given to Dr Anil Mishra, a member of the trust.

30 crores to seven acres of land purchase: So far Shriram Nambhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust has purchased a total of seven acres of land including about four acres in Ramkot Revenue Village (Kotramchandar), with three acres in another Revenue Village Bagh Special. There are a total of 14 bananas in it. The trust has spent around 30 crores on the purchase of land. The land deeds are deeded for the temple and the land of the temple.

Experienced engineers are supervising the construction: To make the Ram temple construction work full proof, Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust has entrusted the five top and experienced engineers of the country with the responsibility of monitoring and supporting the institutions separately. They are working as full-time partners in temple construction. His residence is also in the birthplace complex itself. All are from a union background. These engineers are penetrating different fields. Apart from L&T and Tata Consultancy, all these opinions are important in the construction work. Jagdish Afale, a resident of Aurangabad in Maharashtra, Kalimuttu, a Madurai resident of Tamil Nadu, Avinash Sangamnerkar, Sudarshan Kumar, a resident of Delhi, and Piling Specialist Rajendra Tripathi. These engineers keep in touch with the trust and construction committee and make them aware of the status of construction works.

Second-time rain-interrupted:

This is the second time in recent times when the work of casting the foundation of the temple has been interrupted due to rain. The rains that have been going on for the past two days have once again disrupted the ongoing ground improvement work for the construction of the temple. There has been an accumulation of water and soil on the campus. It continued to be removed on Saturday. Experts associated with the construction work tell that this is another problem for a few days. As the foundation moulding work progresses, this problem will be eradicated.


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