Tribune News Service
New Delhi, August 20
The proposed Ram Temple in Ayodhya will likely be made from stones solely. Iron is not going to be used within the building and copper, which is sturdy and lasts greater than 1,000 years, will assist 12,000 pillars.
“The temple building has been planned with a view to ensuring a shelf-life (durability) of minimum of 1,000 years,” Champat Rai, normal secretary of “Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Terath Kshetra Trust” stated.
“Using only stones, it will be built in such a manner that decay due to air, sun and water will not happen and temple will last at least 1,000 years.”
Larsen and Toubro Limited, an Indian manufacturing and engineering conglomerate, is broadly taking care of the development of temple.
While IIT-Chennai has been consulted for testing soil energy, the Central Building Research Institute (CBRI), Roorkie, is offering assist to ensure the constructing is earthquake-resistant. Rai stated round 10,000 copper rods could be used for the temple building. He stated the timeframe for the temple building was 36-40 months.