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After the Parliament, now it is the turn of the Ram temple, the ground floor is ready, the trust has shared the pictures

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Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Temple: Today the country got a new parliament building, PM Narendra Modi inaugurated the new parliament building today as per Vedic tradition. After inaugurating the newly constructed Parliament House, now it is the turn of Ram Mandir. Looking at the speed with which the temple construction work is going on in Ayodhya, it seems that the Ram temple will be ready very soon. The ground floor of the Ram temple in Ayodhya is ready. This can be seen from the latest photographs of the construction site.

The construction work of the grand Ram temple in Ayodhya is going on in full swing. Meanwhile, fresh pictures of the construction site have surfaced, in which the ground floor of the Ram temple is almost ready. These pictures have been shared by Champat Rai, General Secretary of Sri Ram Janmabhoomi Tirtha Kshetra Trust, which is constructing the Sri Ram Mandir. The under-construction Ram temple in Ayodhya is set to open to devotees by 2024.

Phase I by December 30 –
Earlier on May 22, Sri Ram Janmabhoomi Tirtha Kshetra Trust’s construction committee head Nripendra Mishra had said that the first phase of the temple construction would be completed by December 30 this year. Mishra said that the temple is being constructed in three phases. Devotees will be able to visit the temple after the completion of the first phase of work. Speaking to news agency ANI, Prime Minister Modi’s Principal Secretary said that in the first phase, five pavilions will be constructed on the ground floor, besides other works.

 

Inauguration of New Parliament Building –
Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the newly constructed Parliament building on Sunday (May 28), the same day fresh pictures of the Ram Temple construction site surfaced. On this occasion, PM Modi said that he is a reflection of the aspirations and dreams of 140 crore Indian citizens. Today the whole world is looking towards India with respect and hope. The Prime Minister said that when India moves forward, the world moves forward. The Prime Minister said that some moments in the country’s development journey become immortal and today is one such day.