Construction of Ram temple has started in Ayodhya. But the engineers involved in the construction of the temple are facing technical challenges. When the soil below 200 feet was examined for the construction of the temple, it was found that the soil there is sandy, that is, the soil needed to lift the weight of the Ram temple made of stones is not found there. .
For the past one month, the investigation of soil has been going on by digging the piling on Ramjanmabhoomi, but when the company engaged in the construction of the temple, Lorsen and Toubro did not get the layer of soil, then the Ramjanmabhoomi Tirtha Kshetra Trust faced problems.
Now a sub-committee has been formed under the chairmanship of the temple construction committee chairman Nripendra Mishra, in which the country’s renowned and reputed technical experts will give their recommendation about the foundation of the temple foundation.
Being on the banks of the river Saryu, questions are being raised about the strength of the temple due to the sand being found in the foundation. Actually, the pillar was slightly eroded during the piling test. It was found that the reason for this is to find a layer of Saryu river below ground. Technical experts believe that Saryu river must have been passing near it sometime.
After 2 days of deliberations between the construction agency experts and members of the trust, it was decided that after the report of the technical sub-committee, the foundation of the temple construction will be started afresh. Now new research report of experts will come soon. It is said that only after churning on this report, the work of construction of Ram temple will start.
Studies are being done on how to strengthen the foundation of the sand layer. This study will be completed in 8 days, after which work will be carried forward.
When Goswami Tulsidas composed the Ramcharit Manas, the Saryu river flowed closer to the Ram Janmabhoomi. That is why the status of water level here is also higher than other places. This is why there is a layer of sand under the ground. While the search is of strong and solid ground.
The age of the temple should be 1000 years
Ram Janmabhoomi temple will be constructed with stone carved stones instead of bricks. Certainly the weight of rocks will also be high. The Ram Temple Construction Trust wants the Sri Ram Janmabhoomi temple to be built on the Ram Janmabhoomi not to be less than 1000 years. That is why it was decided that iron bars should not be used in the pillar of the foundation of Ram temple, because rust in iron starts soon.
Pill will be bored in sand
After the advice of experts, it has been decided that the way the pillar of the foundation will be bored into the ground through state-of-the-art machines for the construction of Ram temple in the same way as the pillar is bored for construction in the river. In this, the capacity will be increased by blending the selected stone ballast and morang separately after testing with a separate chemical in high-capacity cement and then mixing these three through a mold in a deep hole dug for the pillar. Will be poured from it so that after drying it turns into a pillar rock.
Pilar slipped during testing
For the construction of Ram Janmabhoomi temple, 12 hundred pillars are to be constructed. Prior to this, 12 pillars have been built for testing. But when the load was put on it during testing, some of the pillars moved to the lower part of the ground. This task of testing was done by the experts of IIT Chennai. After this, experts started research on the strength of the foundation of Ram temple, this research report is coming soon.
Pillars will be added with silver leaves
According to experts, the foundation of the foundation will be prepared by adding the pillars to each other. After the foundation of the foundation is ready, the rock stones will be added in a sequential manner. The stone rocks have been prepared in such a way that they fit into each other’s grooves. That is why there will be no need for anything else to connect them. Only silver leaves will be used. State-of-the-art cranes will be used to set these rocks on top of each other in an orderly fashion. According to an estimate, the construction of the first floor of the Ram Janmabhoomi temple will be completed in about 2 years.