Havells, Signify Light Up Ayodhya Mandir and Rampath, RAK, Merino and others also add their contribution| SURFACES REPORTER News Update

As the consecration ceremony gets over, the government is putting all efforts to make Ayodhya a global pilgrim destination following the footsteps of other popular religious sites all over the world. With an Rs 85,000 Cr makeover, the city is expected to receive 5 cr tourists every year

Other than the government, there are a lot of brands that have aided in the development in the temple town including L&T, Havells, RAK, Signify, Merino, Lord’s Mark Industries & more. SURFACES REPORTER takes a note on the contribution made by these brands in the redevelopment of Ayodhya.

Larsen & Toubro (L&T) one of the biggest engineering brands in the country was roped in the Nagara architecture style. According to the brand, it is constructed to last a thousand year.

"In designing and constructing the Shri Ram Janmbhoomi Mandir, we express our heartfelt gratitude to the Government,” S N Subrahmanyan, Chairman and Managing Director, L&T told to media.

The mighty Garbh Griha of Ram Mandir is lit up by Havells India with its customized lighting products to enhance the aesthetic appeal and spiritual ambiance of this sacred temple.

In addition, the pillars, arches, and architectural carvings are illuminated through in-ground lighting luminaires that can withstand wear and tear and high impact. Also, 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, “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."

One of the global leaders in lighting, Signify has also partnered with Shri Ram Mandir by illuminating the temple, landscape lighting for Kuber Tila and customized ornamental pole lightings for Ram Path in the shape of Lord Ram's iconic Bow & Arrow.

Signify is also executing façade lighting for Dharampath Gate and Surya Stambh Gate, elevating its architectural features and enormous structure.

Global tile brand RAK Ceramics has also given its part in the construction of varied spots around Shri Ram Mandir. As a part of the project, high-quality products are used in various key areas of the complex, including the Pilgrims Facility Centre, Fire Post, Pilgrims Toilet, Main Receiving Substation, Staff Locker Male/Female, Waiting Hall, and UPS Room, etc. These are high-footfall areas that will serve millions of visitors each year.

Speaking about this, Anil K Beejawat, CEO- of RAK Ceramics India Pvt. Ltd said, “The Ram Mandir at the Ram Janmabhoomi at Ayodhya is much more than a modern architectural marvel. It is the epitome of faith of all Indians the world over. It’s symbolic of the real identity of Bharat and the re-emergence of one of the oldest civilizations on this planet."

Also, Merino Group has created customized, semi-permanent and permanent spaces for the devotees across Ayodhya. A versatile manufacturer and marketer of Interiors Solutions with a wide collection of products for homes, offices, commercial and public areas, Merino has designed areas including baggage scanning and frisking booths supported by compact boards and modular structures keeping the safety, dignity and hygiene of every visitor. 

In addition, Lord's Mark Industries has been awarded the contract for setting up LED based smart solar lighting system in Ayodhya. The awarded contract is a part of much larger Ayodhya Solar City Programme, led by the Uttar Pradesh New and Renewable Energy Development Agency (UPNEDA).

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