The temporary temple where the idols of Ram Lalla and other idols were shifted early Wednesday morning has been made of eco-friendly wood procured from Germany and Estonia by Ghaziabad-based company Nature Homes.
Wednesday marked the first day of Chait Navratra which witnessed Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath offering prayers at the new temple and inaugurating the structure.
“We are extremely happy that we were given the task of completing the structure for one of the most revered temples in the country. We have successfully completed it within the deadline by adhering to guidelines and precautions like Vaastu details, ventilation, strength to withstand high temperatures and natural calamities among others. Every detailing of the structure was designed and implemented by our company,” commented founder of Nature Homes, Saurabh Sood, in a statement issued in Lucknow on Wednesday.
The structure, which is 21 by 14 feet in dimension, is a double-layer insulated structure, energy efficient and made of 100 per cent natural wood.
“The structure is designed to withstand extreme weather and climatic conditions and can withstand an earthquake of upto 8-9 on the Richter scale. It can also withstand wind of more than 150 kms velocity,” Sood said.