Ram Mandir groundbreaking ceremony likely to be on August 5
Ram Mandir groundbreaking ceremony likely to be on August 5

Lucknow: The construction work of Ram Mandir is all set to start in Ayodhya. The groundbreaking (Bhoomi Pujan) ceremony for the construction of the temple will be either on August 5. The Prime Minister office will take the final call over the dates for the ceremony. Trust fixed the same on Saturday (July 18) in a first formal meeting in Ayodhya. There is a total of 15 members in the trust whereas out of 15, only 11 were present at the moment while 4 attended the meeting over the videoconferencing. 

This was the first formal meeting after the Supreme Court ruled in favour of the Ram temple at Ayodhya. The temple will have a height of 161 feet along with five domes and will take around 3 and a half year for the complete construction of the Ram temple. Although the construction has already been delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The formation of the Temple was announced by the PM Modi on Feb 5. 

To notify, only the groundbreaking ceremony will be held, the construction work will start when our PM deems it fit after considering the current situation in the country due to the border dispute and the pandemic. The entire nation wants the groundbreaking ceremony should be done by our honourable PM thus the formal invite has been sent to the Prime Minister for his presence for the "Bhoomi Puja". Meanwhile, coincidently, August 5 will mark one year of the revocation of Article 370.