The Indo- Islamic Cultural Foundation (IICF) unvield the blueprint of the new Ayodhya Mosque in Dhannipur, Uttar Pradesh. IICF said that the foundation stone for the Ayodhya Masjid and the surrounding building is planned to be laid on 26th January 2021 which is the Republic day.
The design of mosque and hospital to be built on the allocated land of five acre at Dhannipur in Ayodhya in Ram Janmabhommi- Babri masjid case has been announced on Saturday by Indo- Islamic Cultural Foundation (IICF). Professor SM Akhtar of Jamia Millia Islamia had joined through video conferencing and displayed the designs of the new build mosque and 300 bed multi specialty hospital. It also consists of community kitchen and a library.
The constructional design seems to be a classic massive mosque surrounded by garden along with a multi specialty hospital behind it. The design of the mosque has been planed using modern technology with an egg shaped structure on the roof without any dome. Solar panels will be installed and it is capable to hold at least 2000 people for prayer.
The multi specialty hospital also consists of all the basic needs for the surrounding population especially child nutrition and expectant mothers. It also consists of research house and a publication house of IICF for the culture literature studies with five floors including the ground floor. The name of the mosque is not yet decided and it is noted from the IICF trust that it will not be named by any of the emperor from the history.
The Trust also added that the foundation laying function will not be a grant celebration because of COVID- 19. For the foundation laying function prominent people of the country specifically Uttar Pradesh Chief minister Yogi Adhithyanath is being invited. The mosque will be eco friendly and it is surrounded by lots of floral species. There is a need for museum which represents the joint accomplishments of Hindu and Muslim communities in India representing the secularism of the nation is planned to be built.
Thus Ayodhya mosque is probably to be constructed on or before next December 2022. This mosque is considered to be one of the epic places the world for sure.
Ayodhya dispute is one of the historical events of India which continued for years and came to an end by 9th November, 2019 with a final judgment. The dispute became an issue in 1992. The case had been investigated thoroughly and finally came to an end by the judgment that the disputed land of 2.77 acres into three parts to the Nirmohi Akhara, Hindu MahaSabha and Uttar Pradesh Sunni Central Waqf Board. The court also given permission to build Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra in one third of that disputed place.
The judgment also allocated another alternative place for muslims to replace the mosque demolished in 1992. It is located in Dhannipur, Ayodhya. According to the judgment given by a team of five members panel of judge belongs to Supreme Court one third of the area is allocated for the construction of mosque.