The temple is designed in the traditional Nagara style, reflecting India's rich architectural heritage. It spans over 2.7 acres, features three floors, and boasts 392 pillars and 44 doors

 Each brick bears the inscription "Shri Ram," echoing the ancient tradition used in the Rama Setu bridge.

A time capsule will be buried 2,000 feet below the temple, preserving cultural history for future generations.

Moreover, the large complex, covering 70 acres, includes a significant 70% dedicated green space, promoting environmental consciousness.

Its construction has garnered international attention and serves as a symbol of faith and resilience.

The foundation boasts 14 meters of rolled compacted concrete mixed with 56 layers of fly ash, dust, and chemicals, creating a sturdy and pure base. Soil brought from 2587 holy places across India adds spiritual significance.

Unlike modern buildings, the Ram Mandir structure avoids iron and steel, adhering to traditional temple-building methods and highlighting its unique character.

70% of the 70-acre land is allocated for green spaces, promoting environmental harmony.

The expansive garden follows astrological constellations, reflecting the ancient science and its connection to divine aspects.

Beyond a place of worship, the Ram Mandir complex will incorporate museums, libraries, and other educational facilities, promoting cultural understanding and learning.

The he Ram Mandir is expected to surpass all existing temples in India in terms of size and grandeur, standing as a testament to faith and devotion.