Ayodhya: Barcoding is being done on the stones being used for the construction of Ram temple

The stones of Bansi Paharpur are being installed in the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi complex. About 20% of the ground floor work has been completed, apart from this, if we talk about the entire temple, then more than 50% of the work of the entire temple has been completed.

New Delhi: A grand temple of Lord Ram Lalla is being built in Ayodhya. The temple is being constructed from the Pink Stone of Bansi Paharpur. All the stones required for the construction of the temple are collected in the Ram Janmabhoomi complex.


About 20% of the ground floor work has been completed, apart from this, if we talk about the entire temple, then more than 50% of the work of the entire temple has been completed. Barcode has been given on the stones to mark which stone is needed in the construction of the temple and by scanning that the engineers engaged in the construction work can identify the stone of the site to be placed in the temple.


Actually, the entire temple is being built from the Pink Stone of Bansi Paharpur. Apart from this, sandstone is also being used in the temple. Pink stones brought from the Rajasthan mines of Bansi Paharpur will be used in the construction of three floors of the temple.


Apart from the stones carved in the workshop of Ram Janmabhoomi in Ayodhya, Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust has also set up two stone terrasse workshops in Rajasthan, from where the stones have been brought to Ayodhya with the sculpting as per the standard.


More than 90% of the stones have been supplied in the Ram Janmabhoomi complex. These stones were placed in a sequence to be placed as per their requirement but the engineers of the executing organization were facing problems with it.


That's why a bar code has been put on the stones. With the installation of the barcode, now the engineers of the working organization will be able to scan that stone and know where and where the said stone is to be used in the temple so that there is no inconvenience in lifting and applying the stone and the surface of the temple.


Champat Rai, general secretary of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust, told that the barcode has been put on the stones so that the barcode can be ensured in the storage of stones where the stone is to be used. Barcode is being used so that there is no mistake in lifting and applying the stone.


Champat Rai said that stones are being placed in a sequence, and barcodes have been pasted on the stones so that the same sequence can be extracted from the storage site of the stones.