Under the guidance of Udaipur's chief artisan, Chetan Anand Choudhary, vibrant and valuable stone work has been done to design the floor of the Shri Ram Temple in Ayodhya. The job was to carve 16mm marble stones and decorate them with colorful and precious stones, making designs like flower petals and other shapes. Indigenous and valuable stones are used for the design, focusing on both color and affordability.
They planned to finish it before "Ram Mandir Prana Pratishtha" day on January 22, 2024.This challenging work went on for about a month and a half. Luckily, they finished it on time. Chaudhary says that usually, in building temples, marble is usually carved only up to 4 or 5mm, or the floor design is done at that thickness. Since the Temple in Ayodhya is designed to last for around 1,000 years, it has been carefully carved to a depth of 16 mm.
Chetan Chaudhary from Udaipur got this job through his friend Raghav Dhoot in Jaipur. Dhoot was given the task of working on the floor for the Ram Temple by the Ram Temple Trust through the LNT company. Chetan Chaudhary mentioned that the timely completion of the work was attributed to the will of Lord Ram.
Chetan Chaudhary has a company named “Tilo PVT LTD” in Udaipur. He was like a boss, leading and guiding the work for the Ram Temple. Before this, he did a similar job for building the new Parliament.
Source: Dainik Bhaskar