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Ram Mandir’s 14-Ft Wide Percota And Zero Discharge Policy Revealed In Temple Map

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Ayodhya: Just a month before the grand opening on January 22, the Ram Temple Trust revealed the landscape map of the 70-acre complex. Following the Aatmanirbhar principle, it features facilities like sewer plants, water treatment plants, a fire brigade post, and a dedicated power line to ensure it won’t strain Ayodhya’s municipality, according to Ayodhya Trust’s general secretary Champat Rai.

The grand temple boasts a 14-foot wide peristyle, and the complex is designed as a zero-discharge facility. Here are the top 10 key highlights:

  1. The grand temple’s entry will be from the east, with the exit located on the south side. The temple structure will eventually consist of three storeys.
  2. Access to the main temple requires climbing 32 steps from the eastern side.
  3. Following the traditional Nagara style, the temple complex spans 250 feet in width and 161 feet in height. Each floor, 20 feet high, will feature a total of 392 pillars and 44 gates.
  4. Uniquely, the Ram Temple will include a 14-foot wide peristyle (outer part around the sanctum sanctorum), covering a distance of 732 meters.
  5. The ‘peristyle’ corners will honor Sun God, Maa Bhagwati, Lord Ganesha, and Lord Shiva. A shrine for Maa Annapurna will be on the northern side, and on the southern side, there will be one for Lord Hanuman.
  6. Shrines dedicated to Maharshi Valmiki, Maharshi Vashisht, Maharshi Vishwamitra, Maharshi Agastya, Nishad Raj, Mata Shabri, and Devi Ahilya are planned. Ayodhya’s Kuber Tila features an installed idol of Jatayu.
  7. The complex will include a pilgrim facilitation center with a healthcare facility and a toilet block. Also, a provision is made for 25,000 people to deposit their shoes, watches, and mobile phones before darshan.
  8. During the summer, arrangements will be made to spare visitors from walking barefoot between the facility center and the temple.
  9. Over 70% of the 70-acre temple complex will be dedicated to green areas, including trees aged over a hundred years. The lush jungle is so dense that sunlight doesn’t reach the ground, according to Rai.
  10. The complex will feature two sewage treatment plants, a water treatment plant, and a dedicated electricity line. A fire brigade post will source water from an underground reservoir, ensuring the groundwater level remains stable. If necessary, water can be drawn from the Sarayu river, Rai added.

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