The Ram Temple in Ayodhya has an eight-foot-tall gold-plated marble throne for Lord Ram's idol. Skilled artisans in Rajasthan are creating this beautiful throne. According to TOI, the throne is expected to arrive in Ayodhya by December 15. This great news has been confirmed by Anil Mishra, a member of the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust.
Anil Mishra from the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust revealed that the marble throne will be placed inside the sanctum sanctorum.
Anil Mishra also mentioned that the throne for the Ram Mandir's sanctum sanctorum will be quite impressive, measuring eight feet in height, three feet in length, and four feet in width.
Anil Mishra went on to share that devoted individuals have generously contributed a significant amount of gold and silver items for the temple, such as coins and bricks made of these precious metals. To ensure the safety of these valuable donations, the items will be melted and transformed into a solid block. This important task will be carried out with the guidance of a well-respected organization, ensuring the security of the donated treasures.
Additionally, Anil Mishra mentioned that the construction work on the temple has been progressing at an accelerated pace, with an increased number of workers involved. They are committed to completing the ground floor of the Ram temple by December 15, without exception, ensuring that the project stays on schedule.
Currently, the construction progress on the first floor stands at an impressive 80% completion. Moreover, the sanctum sanctorum has been constructed, and the flooring of the Parikrama Marg is finished. The focus is currently on laying marble on the floor of the Griha Mandap, and work on flooring is simultaneously in progress in other areas, including the stairs, ensuring that the project is advancing steadily.
The construction project has made significant progress, with the roofing completed for all three floors, and safety equipment installed for added security. Additionally, the work on the entrance gate of the outer wall of the Ram Mandir is nearing completion and is expected to be finished by the end of November. Furthermore, 17 out of the 19 pillars on the first floor have already been installed, demonstrating the steady advancement of the construction efforts.
According to reports, the Ram statue will be installed on January 22, 2024, and the ceremony will be historic, with Indian Prime Minister Modi leading the ceremony