- Technical problem in construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya, sand soil found during piling test
- New difficulty standing in front of experts due to sandy soil getting 200 feet below foundation
- IIT team trying to find solution, decision will be made after the report of experts
After the commencement of the construction of the Ram temple in Ayodhya, a big problem has arisen in front of the engineers. Investigations for the construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya revealed that there is sandy soil under the foundation.
Experts say that sandstone does not conform to the standards on which construction is to be done. This means that the soil that is needed to carry the burden of a huge temple made of stone, cannot be found below the base of the temple. This was revealed when the stone in the foundation of the temple for the piling test slipped from its place.
Committee will submit report again in 8 days
Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust has asked for the help of some other engineering experts besides the IIT team to find a solution. The temple trust has also created a sub-committee, after which the construction process will be started afresh. Apart from this, on the basis of the report of the research team, the foundation and the temple will be constructed according to the entire standard … so that its strength remains intact.
Plan to build 1200 pillars
A total of 1200 pillars are to be built under the plan for the construction of the Ram Janmabhoomi temple. Before making these pillars, a total of 12 columns were made by the team of IIT Chennai for the test. When the load was put on the columns, they slipped a few inches from the ground. After this it was confirmed that the soil on which the pillars are to be made is sandy soil.
IIT team is trying to find a way
After the information of this fact, the team of IIT is now trying to solve it. Apart from this, the members of the trust are also taking opinions from different experts on how to start the construction to keep the foundation of the temple strong.
Test was done to build the foundation before the construction of Ram temple