Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath inaugurates the new Lord Ram Lalla temple structure made out of eco-friendly wood at Ayodhya

Ayodhya: Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh was in Ayodhya in the early morning hours to offer prayers and inaugurate the temporary Lord Rama temple structure which is made out of eco-friendly wood by Nature Homes. The day marks the first day of Navratras, auspicious days for the Hindus which saw him offering prayers at the temple and also inaugurating the temple structure.
The Ghaziabad based company Nature Homes, founded by Saurabh Sood was given the tender to accomplish the structure after he won the tender amongst other bidders. Nature Homes is a pioneer in the country in constructing eco-friendly and sustainable building structures. The decision was taken by the Uttar Pradesh government to grant the tender for completing the Ram Lalla temple to Nature Homes before the final temple structure comes up.
“We are extremely happy that we were allocated the task of completing the structure for one of the most revered temples in the country. We have successfully completed it well within its time frame. We have adhered to special guidelines and precautions while designing and making the structure for the Lord Rama idol to be placed like Vaastu details, ventilation, withstanding high temperatures, natural calamities among others. Every detailing of the structure was all designed and implemented by Nature Homes”, commented Saurabh Sood, Founder- Nature Homes.
The temple is constructed on the allotted land and is made with high quality eco-friendly wood which is procured from forests in Germany and Estonia. The structure which is 21x 14 feet, double layer insulated building, is energy efficient and made out of 100% natural wood. The structure is designed to withstand all extreme weather and climatic conditions and can stand an earthquake upto 8-9 on the Richter scale. It can also withstand the wind pressure of more than 150 kms.