On Diwali, Yogi to lay foundation for Lord Ram’s grand statue in Ayodhya
The height of the statue will be 151 meters as it will be put on a 44-meter pedestal on the bank of Saryu and will be part of the Tourism department’s plan coined ‘Naya Ayodhya’
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath is set to lay the foundation of the groundwork for building the much-awaited 107-meter statue of Lord Ram on Diwali at Ayodhya on the banks of Saryu River. Yogi is likely to lay the bricks for building the sprawling pedestal on which the towering statute will be built.
The height of the statue will be 151 metres as it will be put on a 44-metre pedestal on the bank of Saryu and will be part of Tourism department’s plan coined ‘Naya Ayodhya’.
An official said on Friday the actual place where the statue will be installed was yet to be decided but it would not be very far away from Saryu the River. Yogi on his visit to Ayodhya on November 6 will lay the foundation of the pedestal and the statue will be installed later, the official said.
The statue would be built at a cost of Rs 330 crore. It would be made of bronze and a sculptor from Noida is working on it.
The Government also plans to construct a museum near the statue. It will have an art gallery and an auditorium. The museum and the art gallery will depict the life of Lord Ram, while the auditorium will host Ramleela by different outfits of the country, the official said. read more posts…
Saturday, 03 November 2018 | PNS | Lucknow–
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