- A technical problem in the construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya was found during the testing of sand and clay pipes
- A new difficulty for experts as the sandy soil foundation reaches 200 feet below
- The IIT team is looking for a solution, the decision will be made after the expert’s report
After the construction of Ram temple started in Ayodhya, a big problem has arisen in front of the engineers. Research done for the construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya has found that there is sand and clay under the iron.
Experts say the sandstone does not meet the standards in which construction is taking place. This means that the soil needed to carry the weight of the huge stone temple cannot be found under the temple. It was revealed because of the place where the foundation stone of the temple was laid.
The committee will submit the report again on the report day
The Ram Janmabhoomi Shrine Trust has sought the help of the IIT team as well as some other engineering experts to find a solution. The temple trust has also formed a sub-committee, after which the construction process will start anew. In addition, according to the research team’s report, the infrastructure and the temple will be built to the full standard … so that its power will remain intact.
Plan to build 1200 pillars
A total of 1200 pillars will be constructed under the plan of construction of Ram Janmabhoomi temple. Before making these pillars, the team from IIT Chennai had made a total of 12 pillars for testing. When the load was placed on the columns, they slipped a few inches off the floor. After this it was decided that the soil for which the poles were to be made was sandy soil.
The IIT team is trying to find a way
After learning of this fact, the IIT team is now trying to resolve it. In addition, members of the trust are seeking the advice of various experts on how to begin strengthening the foundations of the temple.
Before the construction of the Ram temple, the foundation was tested to build