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Ayodhya Mosque Photos; Update On Dhannipur Masjid Design | A dome mosque will be built at Dhannipur; 100 crore hospital and community kitchen will also be there

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The mosque building in Dhannipur in Ayodhya will be eco-friendly and solar energy will be used in it. This information was given while releasing the design of the mosque.

  • In a virtual meeting of the Indo-Islamic Foundation it was decided that the mosque would not be named after a king.

The design of the mosque to be built in Dhannipur, Ayodhya was launched on Saturday. The Indo-Islamic Cultural Foundation launched the design at a virtual meeting. The special thing is that the mosque will not have a dome. At the same time, it will not be named after a king. The campus will also have a museum, library and a community kitchen. A hospital of 200 to 300 beds will also remain here.

Mosque construction will begin on January 26 when the map is passed.  Construction will begin on August 15 if the process is delayed.  The entire project is expected to be ready in two years.

Mosque construction will begin on January 26 when the map is passed. Construction will begin on August 15 if the process is delayed. The entire project is expected to be ready in two years.

According to sources associated with the foundation, if the map is passed on time, the construction of the mosque will start from 26 January. Construction will begin on August 15 if the process is delayed. The entire project is expected to be ready in two years. No budget limit has been fixed for this.

Hospital to be built at a cost of Rs 100 crore

It was decided at the foundation meeting that the first soil testing will be done on the site. After this, the map of the mosque will be passed. Construction will begin only after this process. The foundation of the mosque, hospital, museum will all be put together. Sources said that the hospital to be built here could cost about Rs 100 crore.

The mosque will be built in 3500 square meters, the building will be eco-friendly and will use solar energy.

The mosque will be built in 3500 square meters, the building will be eco-friendly and will use solar energy.

2 thousand people will be able to offer Namaz together

MS Akhtar, dean of the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU )’s Vastu department and designing the mosque, said the mosque would be built in 3500 square meters. Here 2 thousand people will be able to offer Namaz together. The mosque will be made of two floors. It will have a separate space for women. The building will be eco-friendly and will use solar energy. The hospital will be built in 24 thousand 150 square meters. The mosque can be built in 6 months and it can take a year to build a hospital.

The hospital project will cost Rs 100 crore, the hospital will be of 4 floors and will work on the charity model.

The hospital project will cost Rs 100 crore, the hospital will be of 4 floors and will work on the charity model.

Mosque will not be in the name of a king

Foundation spokesman Athar Hussain said that the construction of the mosque will begin after passing the map. If approved, will begin on January 26. No major function will be done for this. The next date will be August 15. That is, mosque construction will begin from 26 January or 15 August. The mosque will not be named after a king or king.

There will be a four-floor charity hospital

According to the trust, the expenditure for the hospital project alone is estimated at Rs 100 crore. The hospital will be of 4 floors and will have at least 200 beds. It will work on the charity model. Crowd funding has not yet been started for this. However, the details of the mosque’s bank account have been made public. People can help through this.

UP CM Yogi will not be invited

The virtual meeting also decided that CM Yogi Adityanath would not be called at the beginning of construction. When the new facilities are launched, the CM and the common people of the state will also be called.

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