Ayodhya Ram Mandir: ISRO released the first picture of Ram temple, everything is clearly visible

Ayodhya Ram Mandir: Ram temple is to be consecrated in Ayodhya on 22 January. Meanwhile, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has shown the first glimpse of the grand Ram Temple from space using an Indian satellite. In the picture released by ISRO, the Ram temple spread over 2.7 acres can be clearly seen. Let us tell you that these pictures of the Ram temple under construction in Ayodhya were taken on 16 December last year. Dashrath Palace and Saryu River are clearly visible in the satellite image. The newly renovated Ayodhya railway station can also be clearly seen in it. Let us tell you that these pictures have been taken through the Indian Remote Sensing series satellite.

National Remote Sensing Center processed this image

Currently, India has more than 50 satellites in space. Some of them have a resolution of less than one meter. These photos have been processed by the National Remote Sensing Center of the Indian Space Agency, Hyderabad. ISRO technologies have been used for the construction of the temple.

Ayodhya Railway Station

Exact location identified with the help of satellite

It was quite difficult to identify the exact location of Ram temple. Because the construction of the temple started almost three decades after its demolition. In such a situation, ISRO helped. Contractors from construction firm Larsen & Toubro used the most sophisticated differential global positioning system (GPS)-based co-ordinates to identify the exact location. With the help of which the exact place was identified up to about 1-3 cm. He formed the basis for the installation of the idol in the sanctum sanctorum of the temple.

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