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Ayodhya: Where and how water entered the Ram temple? Champat Rai told the whole thing

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The issue of water dripping in the under-construction Ram temple in Ayodhya is not stopping. The issue was first raised by Acharya Satyendra Das, the head priest of the temple. Now General Secretary Champat Rai of Sri Ram Mandir Tirtha Kshetra Trust has disclosed. He has explained point by point where and why the water leaked. With this he clarified that there is neither negligence nor anything wrong in the construction of the temple. After this matter gained importance, Champat Rai has given clarification on behalf of the trust on social media.

He said that not even a drop of water fell in the sanctum sanctorum of the temple where Ramlala is enshrined. It is said that in front of the sanctum sanctorum there is a mandapa in the eastern direction, called Gulamandapa. Here, after the roof work on the second floor of the temple (about 60 feet above the ground floor) is completed, the dome will be attached and the roof of the pavilion will be closed. The area of ‚Äč‚Äčthis pavilion is 35 feet in diameter. At present it is temporarily covered on the first floor.

There are stairs on both sides between Rang Mandap and Gud Mandap. Their roof will also cover the second floor. According to Champat Rai, in a stone-built temple, electrical conduits and junction boxes are worked on the ceiling and the conduits are brought down by making a hole in the ceiling, which provides light to the ground floor ceiling. Temple These ducts and junction boxes are water-tight and are hidden in the surface during the flooring above. As electrical, waterproofing and flooring work is being done on the first floor, water has come down from this junction box.

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He said that after looking at it, it looks like water is dripping from the roof, but actually it is not. He said that there is a good rain water drainage system in the temple and park premises. No matter how much it rains, not even a drop of water will remain in the temple premises. According to Champat Rai, the construction of the temple and the rampart is being done under the supervision of Ashish Sompura, son of Chandrakant Sompuraji, the engineers of two prestigious Indian companies L&T and Tata, and the experienced craftsmen, who are the current inheritors of the tradition. Many generations of building temples with stones.

He assured the Ram devotees that there was no negligence or disturbance in the construction of the temple. He said that for the first time in North India a temple is being built with only stones without using iron. It is called North Indian urban style. Only Swami Narayan temples have been built in this tradition throughout the world.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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