Blue Print For New Mosque In Ayodhya Ready, 2,000 People Can Offer Namaz


The blueprint of the mosque that is to be built in the city of Ayodhya is revealed to be ready. As per the blueprint, the new mosque can house around 2,000 people who will be able to offer namaz at once.

As per a new report by the India Today group, the basic blueprint has been designed by the Indo-Islamic Cultural Foundation. The mosque based on the designed blueprint will be built on the land that is provided by the Sunni Waqf Board post the landmark judgment of the Supreme Court on the disputed land of Ram Temple.


Post the judgment, the responsibility of building a new mosque was given to the Indo-Islamic Trust. The responsibility was also to design a hospital, an Indo-Islamic research center, and a community kitchen on the provided land. The responsibility for it was given to Professor SM Akhtar of the Jamia Millia Islamia and also the chairman of the department of architecture.

15,000 Square Feet Land

Ayodhya (3)

According to the basic blueprint, the mosque will be built on the land of 15,000 square feet land. It is also reported that the mosque will have a modern look with the shape of an oval while the roof will be a dome and transparent.

The Sunni Central Waqf Board of Uttar Pradesh had formed the Indo-Islamic Cultural Foundation specifically for the construction of the mosque on the five-acre plot which was provided by the government in the Dhannipur area of Ayodhya city for the construction of the mosque as per the judgment of the Supreme Court.


The Supreme Court delivered the landmark judgment on the 9th of November of 2019. The judgment was in favor of the construction of the new Ram temple in the disputed land of Ayodhya and subsequently asked the center to allot a 5-acre plot to the Sunni Waqf Board for the new mosque.