Ujjain: A team of four architects will come to Dadaji temple on December 27-28 for the construction of Dadaji temple and the development of the area on the lines of Mahakal Lok of Ujjain. In addition to the consultant of Ujjain, temple trust, Chhote Sarkar, and Patel Seva Samiti, architects from the government will also be included in the team. The team members will decide where and how much red stone and marble will be used in the temple. Along with this, possibilities will also be explored to develop a temple like Mahakal Lok.
Construction is proposed considering the number of devotees coming in 50 years.
The decision to construct the Dadaji temple keeping in mind the number of devotees coming here in 50 years was taken in the meeting held at the collectorate. So that even in case of an increase in the number of devotees in the temple, darshan can be done without any problem. Every year 3 to 4 lakh devotees visit Dadaji temple on Gurupurnima. This number may increase in the coming times.
The team will also have architects from Trust, Small Government, and Patel Committee
In order to coordinate the construction of the temple, the district administration had decided to form a four-member committee in a meeting chaired by MP Dnyaneshwar Patil. In this committee, along with an architect from the district administration, the trust’s architect Virendra Trivedi, Vikram Sonpura of Chhote Sarkar, and Suhas Julkar of the Patel committee have been included. This committee will prepare the proposal after surveying the 22 acres of temple land.
Looking for development possibilities in the temple area.
Collector Anoop Kumar Singh says that along with the construction, possibilities are being explored to develop the 22-acre area of the temple on the lines of Ujjain’s Mahakal Lok. The team committee of consultants will come on December 27-28.