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Started Year: 1980            Status: Under Construction            Client: Vishwa Hindu Parishad

The whole sub-continent where the greatNation India is situated and which inhabits the Ancient race of people called Hindus, looks forward anxiously, the setting up of Shri Ram Temple. The erection of Shri Ram Temple at Ayodhya will be synonymous to translation of Fait of Hinduism in the architectural from of illustrious divine edifice. Nonetheless, few people know the impressive architectural particulars of immense value and knowledge of the proposed Shri Ram Temple, highlighted below:

Shri Ram Temple is designed and planned to be constructed in Nagar style of Architecture, popular in North India. It will have the super fine inter-connected five architectural sections such as Garbh Gruha, Antral, Mahamandap or Gudhmandap, Rangmandap & Praveshmandap leading to Darshana of Idol of Lord Shri Ram, an incarnation of Shri Vishnu, who maintains the worldly life on Earth.

The temple will have magnanimous plinth dimensions of 270" in length, 126" in width and 12'3" in height. There will be erection of Mahapith at further height of 4' -6" and above Mahapith there will be first floor Mandovar having height of 18'. The second floor Mandovar will have height of 15' -9" and the shikhar i.e top of Temple dome over and above the second floor Mandovar will be of 81' - 6" in height. Thus the gorgeous sight of temple will have total height of 132'.

The Garbh Gruha will be of the size of 20' x 20' where Shri Bal Swarup Ramji's idol will be installed and on the floor above Garbh Gruha there will be Shri Ram Darbar under the dome. Garbh Gruha will have one gate whereas Maha Mandap will have Seven gates. There will be beautiful carvings and installations of number of divine idols, keeping in view Shashtra's guidelines. There will be total number of 212 Pillars and the total quantity of Marble and Granite to be used will run into 2.75 Lakhs Cft.

In the annals of Architecture Shri Ram Temple will be the rarely seen, unique kind of splendid creation ever conceptualized soft not only in India but at any place on Earth, attracting at a future date, not only millions of devotees but students of Architecture as also tourists from all over the Globe.

Started Year: 1992           Completed Year: 2001            Client: Nand Prabha Prasad, Trust

The holy Temple of Jainism, called Nand Prabha Prasad is designed, planned and constructed at the holy site popularly known as TALETI at the foot of Shatrunjay Mountain, the most holy place for followers of Jainism throughout the world. It is at Palitana, the equally famous town in Saurashtra, about 230 kilometers from the city of Ahmedabad, Gujarat State.

Nand Prabha Prasad is also called Ashta Prabha Prasad, the significance of which from the architectural prior of view is that is Octangular in dimensions. The important aspect of its design is that the temple is open from all sides. Even Garbh Gruha, the seat of idol of God is open on all sides and Garbh Gruha has only grills. It is not enclosed from any side.

The centre point of the holy shrine is in having Idols on all four sides. It is for this reason that it has renowed name of Chaumukhji Prasad also. . The noteworthy factor of this Temple is that it is the first Creation having architecture landscape Palitana.

It is located exactly in Shatrunjay Taleti so as to have the whole view of all Jain Temples.