Ram Mandir Ayodhya: Things You Need To Know About The Temple

Pran Pratishtha

Pran Pratishtha On January 22, the Pran Pratishtha ceremony for the Ram Temple in Ayodhya will be conducted in PM Modi’s presence

The Largest Temple

Ram Mandir will become the largest temple in India, projected to reach an impressive height of about 161 feet, encompassing a vast area spanning 28,000 square feet.


The meticulously designed structure is being architecturally headed by the Sompura family, who are known for crafting more than 100 temples worldwide, including the revered Somnath Temple.

Main Temple Infrastructure

The Ram Mandir in Ayodhya is designed in traditional Nagar architectural style.

Sanctum Sanctorum

Within the main sanctum, the deity of Shri Ram Lalla Sarkar will find its abode, while the first floor will showcase Shri Ram Darbar. Access to the temple will be granted from the eastern side


The grand entrance of the Ayodhya Ram temple is adorned with intricately crafted statues of elephants, lions, Lord Hanuman, and 'Garuda,' all meticulously sculpted from sandstone sourced from the Bansi Paharpur region in Rajasthan.


The temple consists of five Mandaps (halls) — Nritya Mandap, Rang Mandap, Sabha Mandap, Prarthna Mandap, and Kirtan Mandap.


The temple's foundation is constructed with a 14-metre-thick layer of roller-compacted concrete (RCC), imparting the appearance of artificial rock.

Soil from Thailand

Soil from Thailand has been sent for the consecration ceremony of Ram Lalla on January 22, 2024