Havells lights up Shri Ram Mandir including Garbh Griha | News Update

Havells India, one of the largest FMEG (Fast Moving Electrical Goods) brands in the country has recently announced the successful completion of a landmark project of lighting Shri Ram Mandir at Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Complex in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh. A report by SURFACES REPORTER.

Havells has undertook the responsibility of  supplying, installation, testing, and commissioning of cutting-edge lighting elements to enhance the aesthetic appeal and spiritual ambiance of this sacred temple.

Lighting of pillars, arches, Garbh Griha & more

According to the brand press release, in the heart of the temple lies the Garbh Griha, the main sanctuary. In order to meet different lighting effects which, accentuate the unique architecture, appropriate lighting products customized by Havells. These lights accentuate the intricate marble architectural carvings within Garbh Griha of this sacred temple. The products have been designed with customized form factors, optics, materials, exclusive finishes to accentuate the architecture.

 It also informed that the pillars, arches, and architectural carvings are illuminated through in-ground lighting luminaires that can withstand wear and tear and high impact. To illuminate the beauty of the intricate carvings of ceilings and walls, tailored-made lighting solutions were developed. Additionally, the marble steps leading to the temple are illuminated using bespoke designed step lights.

Commenting on the inauguration, Mr. Parag Bhatnagar, President, Havells India said, “We feel honored and privileged to have been entrusted with the responsibility of illuminating Shri Ram Mandir, contributing to the timeless legacy of this sacred site. As the doors of the temple open to devotees and visitors, we take pride in knowing that our lighting solutions have not only enhanced the visual splendor of the surroundings but have also added a touch of divinity to the entire experience.

We extend our heartfelt congratulations to all involved in this historic endeavor and express gratitude for the opportunity to be a part of the rich cultural tapestry of Ayodhya. Havells remains dedicated to pushing the boundaries of innovation and cultural heritage.”

Marking a significant milestone, Shri Ram Mandir is scheduled for inauguration and opening on January 22, 2024.


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