Ram Mandir is dedicated to Lord Ram, one of the most revered gods in Hinduism and the central character of the epic Ramayana.
The temple is built on the banks of the Sarayu river in Ayodhya, a city in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.
The temple's construction was funded through donations from millions of Hindus from all over the world.
The temple complex includes a grand entrance, a main hall, a sanctum sanctorum, and several other smaller shrines.
The sanctum sanctorum houses the idol of Lord Ram, which is made of black granite and is around 10 feet tall
The temple is built to withstand earthquakes and is equipped with the latest security and safety features.
The temple complex covers an area of about 70 acres and includes gardens, a museum, and a digital library.
The temple's foundation stone was laid by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in August 2020.
The temple is expected to become a major pilgrimage site for Hindus from all over the world, with millions of devotees expected to visit every year.