21 Jan 2024

Ramnagari Ayodhya decked up like a bride to welcome its Lord Shri Ram, streets of Ayodhya absorbed in devotion to Ram

Ram Janmabhoomi in Ayodhya is decorated with flowers at this time. Before the consecration of Lord Shri Ram in the grand Ram temple, special decoration of Ram Janmabhoomi has been done. Many artists who reached Ayodhya from across the country have decorated the newly constructed Lord Shri Ram temple with flowers. In which several quintals of flowers have been used. 

On Monday, January 22, Ramlala will be consecrated in this grand Ram temple in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

The streets of Ayodhya resonate with the devotion to Lord Ram, as various groups of seers and devotees fill the air with melodious songs. Tourists are capturing the enchanting atmosphere on their cameras and sharing the experience through live streams on social media.

Shruti, a YouTuber from Ahmedabad, shared her experience, stating, "There's an incredible energy here. Strangers are joining in, singing and dancing together, united by their devotion to Lord Ram."

As evening falls, Ayodhya is bathed in the celestial glow of laser lights and LED string lights. Large screens are being set up along the footpath, broadcasting Ramayan and other events for public viewing. Podiums and stages are also under construction, where artists will perform on the day of the consecration.

Reverence on the Roads

Ayodhya is adorned with flowers to welcome Lord Shri Ram, with pictures of Lord Shri Ram and his devoted devotee Pawanputra Shri Hanumanji displayed at every 100-100 meters. The entire city seems to be immersed in a devotional ambiance, reminiscent of the way the people of Ramnagari Ayodhya welcomed their king in Treta Yuga. This grand welcome is now echoed in Ayodhya during the Pran Pratistha ceremony, with roads, squares, monasteries, and temples all immersed in the devotion of Ram.

PM Modi will spend four hours in Ramnagari

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to arrive in Ayodhya on Monday, January 22, spending approximately four hours in Ramnagari. Scheduled to land at Ayodhya International Airport around 10:30 am, PM Modi will reach the Ram temple complex by 11 am. The program is expected to last about three hours, during which PM Modi will inaugurate the statue of Jatayu and perform worship. 

The Pran Pratistha ceremony, between 12:20 and 1 pm, will involve PM Modi blindfolding Lord Shri Ram and applying kajal made of gold thread to his eyes. Following the ceremony, PM Modi, Sangh chief Dr. Mohan Bhagwat, and trust president Mahant Nritya Gopal Das will share their views. PM Modi will depart from Ayodhya for Delhi around 3:30 pm.

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