Ram satellites

1. NRSC reveals initial visuals of the under-construction Ram Mandir captured by indigenous satellites.
2. Satellite images taken on December 16, 2023, nearly a month before the consecration ceremony.
3. The photos showcase the re-developed Dashrath Mahal, Sarayu River, and the renovated Ayodhya railway station near the Ram Mandir.

Ayodhya, Jan 21: As the much-anticipated consecration ceremony of the Ram Mandir approaches, the Indian Space Research Organisation’s (Isro) National Remote Sensing Centre (NRSC) has unveiled the initial visuals of the magnificent structure captured by indigenous satellites from space.

The images, disclosed by NRSC, provide an enlarged view of the under-construction Ram Mandir. The satellite photos were taken on December 16, 2023, almost a month before the scheduled consecration ceremony.

In these satellite images, the revamped Dashrath Mahal and Sarayu River are visible in proximity to the Ram Mandir. Additionally, the newly renovated Ayodhya railway station is featured in the images shared by NRSC.

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The consecration ceremony for the first phase of the temple is rapidly approaching, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi set to participate in the “pran pratishtha” of the Ram Lalla idol on January 22.

The temple complex, constructed in the traditional Nagara style, will span 380 feet in length (east-west direction), 250 feet in width, and 161 feet in height.

Each floor of the temple will rise 20 feet high, adorned with a total of 392 pillars and 44 gates.