Ram Mandir rises ISRO took satellite image from space watch
The 2.7 acre Ram temple site can be seen in satellite images. The special thing is that the pictures were captured on December 16 last year. Since then, due to dense fog and mist, a clear view of the Ram temple area has not been available.
Dashrath Mahal and Saryu River are visible in satellite images. Ayodhya railway station is also visible in the satellite image. According to NDTV report, currently India has more than 50 satellites in space. According to NDTV report, this picture has been processed by the National Remote Sensing Center based in Hyderabad.
According to the report, ISRO technologies have also been used in some phases of the construction of the temple. The major challenge of the project was to identify the exact location to install the idol of Lord Ram. The trust involved in the construction of the Ram temple wanted the idol to be placed at the 3 feet by 6 feet place where Lord Ram is believed to have been born.
Vishwa Hindu Parishad's international working president Alok Sharma is closely associated with the Ram Mandir project. He told NDTV that after the demolition of Babri Masjid in 1992, 40 feet of debris covered the spot where Lord Ram is believed to have been born. This debris had to be removed and the location secured so that the new statue would be in the exact same spot.
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