Satellite images of Construction of Ram Temple

Satellite images- Construction on the proposed Ram temple site in Ayodhya is in full swing and the changes are now visible in satellite images.

Foundation work on the structure which involves extracting debris and adding layers of concrete continues with workers and engineers deployed around the clock. Satellite imagery shows excavated earth and debris extraction of the ground. According to Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra, the body overseeing the temple’s construction, experts advised him to put additional layers of concrete in the foundation.
“After discussions with experts regarding the foundation of Shri Ram Janmbhoomi Mandir, it was decided that the foundation works would be carried out using the roller compacted concrete (RCC) technique. A total of 40 to 45 layers of concrete will be placed over an area of ​​120,000 square feet. 4 layers have been completed, ”the Trust said in a May 31 statement. Satellite images
According to the Trust, debris estimated at around 120,000 cubic meters had already been extracted and cleaned up.
Once the debris is removed, large layers of concrete are placed to strengthen the foundation.

“It takes 4 to 5 days to put on a layer of RCC. Work is expected to be completed by October, ”the Trust said.

Trust general secretary Champat Rai said architectural flaws in the design of the perimeter wall were corrected by acquiring the land needed to make the changes.

Ram Mandir is an under-construction Hindu temple in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh, India, at the site of Ram Janmabhoomi, believed to be the birthplace of the Hindu god Rama. The temple construction will be undertaken by Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra.

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