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Ayodhya Rammandir stones shine once again

Author: Report from Shilpi/Sumit from Ayodhya
Date: June 27, 2020
Publication: Statetodaytv.com
URL:   https://www.statetodaytv.com/post/uttarpradesh-ayodhya-ram-mandir-nirman-karyashala-stones-cleaning-chemical-kla-janam-bhoomi

The work of cleaning the carved marble stones stocked at Ram Janmabhoomi Nyas Karyashala in Ayodhya has been expedited. Shri Ram Janmabhomi Tirthakshetra Trust has almost completed all the technical arrangements for the construction of Ram temple. Now, Delhi based company-- KLA has been allotted the work of cleaning the stones stocked in the Karyashala. The company has increased its work force to speed up the work.

Some special chemicals are used to clean up the stones stacked in Mandir Nirman Karyshala. Along with stone cleaners various types of removers are also used for the cleaning process. Many removers such as stain, elbow cement, rust removers and paint removers are used.

Sanjay Jedia, project manager of KLA, the company assigned by the Trust to clean the stones said, “Primarily we are using water to clean the stones.  Some special chemicals are also used to clean and remove dust, moss and algae on the stone carvings”. He also said that the company had started the cleaning work with 5 workers. Recently the company has called 10 more workers from Delhi. A 15-member team from Delhi has been embarked on the process of cleaning the carved stone panels that are stocked up in the Ram Karyashala in Ayodhya.
There are piles and piles of carved stone pillars in the workshop for the proposed Ram temple since the early nineties. It will take at least three-four months to bring the shine back on stone panels.
The Mandir Nirman Karyasahala was established at Ayodhya by Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Nyas in 1992. The work of carving marble stones for the Ramlalla Mandir continued. The Karyashala is managed by Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Nyas. The stones that were stocked there for more than 28 years were exposed to dust. Now these stones are cleaned up as per the orders of Ram Janmabhoomi Tirthakshetra Trust. The trust has allotted the cleaning work to KLA, Delhi- based Construction Company.

Annubhai Sompura, manager of Karyashala, said that these carved stones would be used in the construction of the Ram Mandir. These heavy stones would be transported from the Karyashala to the Ram Janmabhoomi premises within a period of 9 months. The first floor of Ram temple can be built from the carved stones stacked at the workshop.

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