ISRO Ram Mandir Ayodhya Photos: Ayodhya. Only one day is left for the consecration of Ramlala’s life in the Ram temple of Ayodhya. Preparations are in full swing for the Ram Mandir Pran Pratistha program. There is enthusiasm about this program in temples across the country. The temples in Ayodhya have been decorated with flowers. Meanwhile, Indian Space Research Organization ISRO shared such pictures related to the temple, which you will see again and again. Yes…ISRO took pictures of Ram Temple from space with the help of its indigenous satellites.
For this picture, ISRO has used an indigenous satellite of the Indian Remote Sensing Series. In this picture, not only Shri Ram temple but a large part of Ayodhya is visible. The railway station below is visible. Dashar Mahal is visible on the right side of Ram temple. On the upper left, the Saryu river and its flood area, which is also called alluvium, is visible.
You will be surprised to know that this picture was taken a month ago i.e. on 16 December 2023. Since then the weather of Ayodhya has been changing. Due to heavy fog the satellite could not take the picture again. India currently has more than 50 satellites in space. Whose resolution is less than one meter.
Satellites are so powerful that they can take clear pictures even of objects less than one meter in size. The work of processing and handling these images is done at the National Remote Sensing Center (NRSC) located in Hyderabad. The picture also continues from there. Not only this, ISRO technology has been used in the construction of the temple.
You want to know how? Actually, Larsen & Turbo (L&T), the company that built the temple, obtained Global Positioning System (GPS) based coordinates.
So that we can get correct information about the temple complex. These coordinates were accurate to 1-3 centimetres. ISRO’s indigenous GPS i.e. NavIC i.e. Navigation with Indian Constellation was used in this work. The map and coordinates have been created from the signals received through this.