Jayamangalagarh temple will be 60 feet long and 36 feet wide, the design of the temple will be something like this

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Jaymangla Garh Temple: Engineer Prakash Sompura and his companions from Ahmedabad visited the Jaymanglagarh complex site on June 5 and June 6. During this time, on both days, they held meetings with the local Sevayat family and the workers of the Jaymanglagarh Temple Construction Committee. After discussing various points, they surveyed around the current temple of Mata Jaymangla, one of the 52 Shaktipeeths. They also measured the dimensions of the site.

After this, several designs were discussed with the construction committee, local villagers and sevayats. After this, a consensus has been reached on one design. Within a week, its diagram and layout will be finalized by the engineer. Only after this, the cost estimate is expected. The engineer took a flight from Patna airport on Thursday evening and left for his destination.

Prakash Sompura has worked not only in the country but also abroad

Begusarai's Jayamangala Garh temple will soon be established on the global stage. If everything goes well, its construction will be completed in the next few years. Engineer Prakash Sompura said the above. Sompura said that he got the task of designing the Akshardham New Jersey North America temple in the year 2010. This Akshardham Mahamandir is the second largest Hindu temple in the world, in which about 19 lakh cubic feet of indigenous and foreign stones were used. This temple is spread over an area of ​​180 acres.

The design of this temple has been done in Nagar style according to Indian architecture, in which the main welcome mandap and 4 big Rang Mandaps have been made. The first mandap is Parabrahma Mandap whose length is 60 feet and width is 36 feet and the other three mandaps are Aishwarya, Akshar, Mukta Mandap which are 36 feet in length and 36 feet in width. The main sanctum sanctorum of the temple is 25 x 25 feet in which Lord Swaminarayan is seated and around it 12 other sanctum sanctorums of 16 x 16 feet have been made. In which Hindu deities and Guru tradition are seated. This entire structure has been given the form of Akshardham Mahamandir.

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