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Jai Shree Ram! Read about Shri Ram Janmabhumi at Ayodhaya.

Updated: Jan 21

As the wait gets over and Shri Ram temple to be open for all from 22 January 2024, lets read about the progress of our very own dear temple of India, Shri Ram Mandir Janmabhumi, Ayodhaya.


Photo via: ANI


The Ram Janm Bhumi Ayodhya is poised to glow with the lights of joy this year as the long-anticipated Ram Mandir nears completion. Ayodhya, the birthplace of Lord Rama, holds immense significance in Hinduism. The awaited Ram Mandir, a dream for centuries, faced obstacles due to the Babri Mosque clash until the 2019 Supreme Court judgment allocated land to the Ram Mandir Trust. Government funding and construction initiated shortly after, progressing steadily.


As of 2023, the first phase of the Ayodhya Ram Mandir is complete, with the overall construction projected to conclude by January 24th earlier, However the Pran Pratishtha will held on 22 January and then the temple will open for all meanwhile the construction will continue for the remaining work. The inauguration by Prime Minister Narendra Modi is eagerly awaited. The project, led by Larsen & Toubro at a cost of Rs 18,000 Crore, embraces Hindu architecture, utilizing special bricks engraved with 'Jai Shree Ram.'


The Vishva Hindu Parishad collected donations from citizens nationwide, ranging from Rs 10 to Lakhs, contributing to the impressive budget. With the completion date drawing near, devotees eagerly await the opportunity to witness Lord Rama at the heart of this sacred temple. The Ram Mandir is poised to stand as a marvel of architecture, marking a significant milestone in India and the world.


As per timeline, Ram Mandir Pran pratishtha will be held by 22 January 2024 and inauguration will be done by PM Sh Narendra Modi. Once completed, it will be one of the marvels of Architecture and the biggest Temple across India & World.


Temple details are as follows:

By: Shri Ram Janmbhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust (SRJBTKshetra), this trust is set up by Government of India to construct the Shri Ram Temple in Ayodhya at Shri Ram Janmbhoomi. Hon'able Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi announced The Trust formation in Lok Sabha on 5th February, 2020. Out of 15 members, 12 members were nominated by the Government of India and during the first meeting additional 3 members were selected. Shri Ram Janmbhoomi Teerth Kshetra has been registered with its registered office at R- 20, Greater Kailash Part -1, New Delhi, 110048.


How to Reach Shri Ram Janma Bhoomi ?


By Air: Lucknow Airport is the nearest Airport which is 150 km away

By Train: Ayodhya Railway Station is the nearest Railway Station which is 2 km away

By Road: Ayodhya is well connected with other major cities.



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