April 13, 2024

The long-awaited grand launch ceremony of the Rs 1800 crore Ram Mandir in Ayodhya lastly happened on January 22, 2024, final month. 1000’s of devotees have been coming to the temple ever since to hunt Lord Ram for blessings. As per PM Modi’s announcement earlier this month, Ayodhya has obtained over 24 lakh visits within the first 12 days of the Mandir’s inauguration alone.

Different beautiful temples in India are actually beneath development and will open shortly, regardless of the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya persevering with to welcome 1000’s of worshipers day by day. So let’s test which Indian temples are near completion in addition to their constructing prices:

Future Temples in India and Their Budgets

1. Hanuman Ji’s Tallest Statue

Over the following six years, the Hanuman Janmabhoomi Teertha Kshetra Belief, located in Hampi, plans on constructing a 215-meter statue of Lord Hanuman in Kishkindha, at an estimated value of Rs 1,200 crore. It’s believed that Kishkindha is located exterior of Hampi, a UNESCO World Heritage Website.

Temple Funds: Rs 1200 Crore

2. ISKCON Chandrodaya Mandir

ISKCON Chandrodaya Mandir

Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir is a temple beneath development in Vrindavan, Mathura. It’s alleged to be the world’s tallest non secular monument. It’s maybe some of the expensive temples on the earth, with a attainable value of Rs 700 crore. The anticipated opening date is December 2026.

Temple Funds: Rs 700 crore

3. Sri Chaitanya Chandrodaya Mandir 

Sri Chaitanya Chandrodaya Mandir 

The Mayapur Chandrodaya Mandir is a Hindu temple advanced beneath development within the city of Mayapur, West Bengal, India. It’s estimated to have value round $100 million (Rs 830 crore) and is devoted to the Pancha-Tattva deities, Radha Madhava, Nrisimhadeva, and Chaitanya Mahaprabhu. As soon as it’s completed, it will likely be the biggest non secular monument in all the world. It’s a temple that holds appreciable significance for the Vaishnavite Hindu folks. This temple is the first vacationer attraction in Mayapur.

Temple Funds: Rs 830 crore

4. Viraat Ramayan Mandir

Viraat Ramayan Mandir

The development of Viraat Ramayan Mandir, which is anticipated to value Rs 500 crore, began in June 2023. Located within the East Champaran area of Bihar, it’s anticipated to develop into the “largest Ramayan temple on the earth”. 

Temple Funds: Rs 500 crore

5. Jagannath Dham Sanskriti Kendra

Jagannath Dham Sanskriti Kendra

The Jagannath Temple at Digha, a coastal city in West Bengal’s Purba Medinipur district, is anticipated to be accomplished in March 2024. Reportedly, the temple, which is anticipated to be constructed for round ₹143 crore, will start receiving worshippers in April of subsequent 12 months.

Temple Funds: Rs 143 crore


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