A big model of the Ayodhya Ram Mandir will be built in Pune this year.

The replica temple will be an amazing building, 125 feet long, 50 feet wide, and 100 feet tall.

This year, during the ‘Ganesh Utsav’ festival, Pune in Maharashtra will feature a replica of the Ram Temple from Ayodhya. The renowned Shrimant Dagdusheth Halwai Public Ganpati Trust intends to celebrate the 131st year of the public festival in a grand style.

The Shrimant Dagdusheth Halwai Ganpati is highly revered by devotees and is one of Pune’s five ‘manache’ Ganpatis. The replica temple will be an impressive structure, standing at 125 feet long, 50 feet wide, and 100 feet tall.

The construction materials will consist of wood, plywood, and other materials. The replica will include 24 pillars and 24 arches, with a majestic main dome towering over 100 feet in height, and a total height of 108 feet.

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“The team of decorators, consisting of 100 skilled craftsmen, will labor diligently for 75 consecutive days,” stated Manik Chavan, the Trust’s Chairman.

The temple’s construction will be overseen by art director Aman Vidhate, lighting will be managed by Waikar Bandhu, and pavilion arrangements will be handled by Kale Mandavwale.

In addition to the replicas of Lord Shri Ram and Shri Hanuman, the eye-catching replicas of the Vanarsena at the entrance will also be noteworthy.

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