The world's tallest Hindu temple, on the lines of the famed Cambodia's Angkor Wat, is prepared to come back up in Bihar.
"The Ram temple, to be made by Bihar-based non secular cluster Mahavir Sthan Nyas Samiti with an estimated price of Rs 150-200 crore, are going to be 270-feet-high and unfold over a region of over one lakh sq ft," Bihar Dharamik Nyas Board head Acharya Kishore Kunal said.
The five-storey temple can return up at an area close to Ismailpur village on Hajipur-Bidupur road in Bihar's Vashali district, he said.
It would be like the planet famous Angkor Wat temple in Cambodia and would be named Virat Angkor Wat Ram Mandir, Kunal said.
The main Ram advanced are going to be at a height of seventy two feet. The temple can have escalators for the recent and infirm. The project is predicted to be completed in ten years time, he said.