“Ram Mandir Ayodhya Inauguration: Witnessing a historical moment”| live updates


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Ayodhya, the famous city linked with Lord Ram, has begun preparing for an amazing celebration, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi scheduled to attend the great Pran Pratishtha ceremony of the newly finished Ram Mandir today.

During the auspicious ‘Pran Pratishtha’ ritual, the Ram Lalla idol, which represents the young Lord Ram, will be consecrated. This big event is expected to gather a wide audience, including key figures from many religious and spiritual groups across India, representatives from numerous tribal communities, and well-known personalities.

According to the temple trust, the ceremony will start at 12.20 p.m. and is expected to end at 1 p.m. Following the event, Prime Minister Modi is due to address the crowd.

Furthermore, “Prime Minister Modi will engage with the workers who contributed to the temple’s building,” said a member of the Shri Ram Janmbhoomi Teerth  Kshetra Trust, which is in charge of monitoring the temple’s construction and management.

Prime Minister Modi has been invited to visit Kuber Tila, which houses a freshly restored ancient Shiv temple, where he will perform a ‘pooja’.

The outstanding Ram Janmbhoomi Mandir, established in the ancient Nagara style of architecture, measures 380 feet long, 250 feet wide, and 161 feet high. The temple is supported by 392 pillars and has 44 doors.

The pillars and walls have been decorated with intricate carvings of numerous Hindu deities. The Ram Lalla idol is located in the temple’s major sanctum on the ground floor.

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Ayodhya Ram Mandir Live Updates: PM Modi performs ‘Dandavat Pranam’ and dedicates Ram Lalla idol

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi unveiled the Ram Lalla idol at the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya. He arrived at the place in a helicopter. The ceremony began at 12:20 p.m. The Pran Pratishtha ceremony for the Ram Lalla idol, which represents Lord Ram’s childhood form, was held in the presence of the Prime Minister.

“The magical event of Shri Ram Lala’s life being consecrated at Ayodhya Dham will leave everyone emotionally moved. It gives me enormous joy to be a part of this magnificent programmed. “Hail Siya Ram,” the Prime Minister declared .

The eyes of the 51-inch idol of Lord Ram, which had been veiled on the first day of the rite (January 16), came out. The Prime Minister will apply kohl on them and then show the idol a mirror.

While more than 7,000 individuals have been invited to the event, the elite list includes 506 A-listers. Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan, business tycoons Mukesh Ambani and Gautam Adani, and cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar are among those invited to the occasion.

Following this, the Prime Minister will address the guests. The army helicopter dropped blossoms on the temple. Attendees will hear bells during the special aarti before Pran Pratishtha.

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Ram Mandir Inauguration Ceremony LIVE Updates: ‘Pran Pratistha’ ceremony done; PM Modi unveils Ram Lalla idol.

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Ayodhya got caught up in religious joy on Monday, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi, RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat, and other dignitaries attended Ram Lalla’s long-awaited Pran Pratishtha event. When the temple was devoted, army helicopters dropped flower petals all over the grounds.

The 51-inch-tall idol, created by Mysuru-based sculptor Arun Yogiraj, depicts a five-year-old Lord Ram standing gracefully on a lotus, all precisely carved from a single block of stone.

The gala event was attended by around 7,000 VVIPs from across the country, including actors, athletes, entrepreneurs, politicians, and others.

The Ram Mandir compound, built in the Traditional Nagara architectural style, spans 380 feet east-west, has a width of 250 feet, and stands at an incredible height of 161. The temple’s vertical construction is made up of storeys, each 20 feet tall, supported by a stunning ensemble of 392 pillars and ornamented with 44 gates.

PM Modi underwent a stringent 11-day ‘anushthan’, sleeping on the floor and drinking coconut water prior to the ceremony. He also paid visits to numerous temples across India in preparation for the Ram Mandir’s ‘pran-pratishtha’ symbolic and took a holy swim at Rameswaram’s ‘Angi theerth’ beach.

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Ram Mandir Inauguration Ceremony LIVE Updates: PM Modi breaks his 11-day-long fast after ‘Pran Pratistha’ ceremony.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi ended his 11-day fast on January 22 with the ‘Pran Pratishtha’ ritual at the Shri Ram Janmaboomi Temple in Ayodhya. The new Ram Lalla statue was consecrated in the Ayodhya temple on the same day, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi leading the ceremony. Millions of people watched the ceremony on television, in their homes and at temples across the country.

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Image source : Yogi Adityanath Following the dedication ceremony, PM Modi is addressing a crowd of nearly 7,000 people in Ayodhya

The “Pran Pratishtha” ritual began at 12:20 p.m. Prime Minister Modi will then address a crowd of over 7,000 individuals, including seers and notable figures, at the location.

While the long list of invitees totals almost 8,000, the select list includes 506 A-listers such as notable politicians, leading businessmen, top cinema stars, athletes, diplomats, judges, and high priests. In celebration of the event, the Centre granted half a day off to all government employees, including those working in public sector banks. Several states have followed suit, designating a public holiday.

The consecration event took place following the first phase of the temple’s construction, which was made feasible by a Supreme Court decision in 2019 on the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid title challenge. The Hindu applicants claimed that the Babri Mosque was built on the site of a temple commemorating Lord Ram’s birth. In 1992, “kar sevaks” demolished the 16th-century mosque.

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PM Modi unveils Jatayu statue, showers flower petals on workers who built Ram Temple.

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Ayodhya: Flower petals being showered at the Ram Mandir during the ‘Pran Pratishtha’ ceremony, in Ayodhya

The instruments included pakhawaj, flute, and from Uttar Pradesh, Veena from Karnataka, Alogia from Punjab, Sundari from Maharashtra, mardala from Odisha, santoor from Madhya Pradesh, Pung from Manipur, Nagada and kali from Assam, and tambura from Chhattisgarh.

There were additionally shehnai from Delhi, ravanahatha from Rajasthan, shrikhol and sarod from West Bengal, ghatam from Andhra Pradesh, sitar from Jharkhand, santar from Gujarat, pakhawaj from Bihar, hudka from Uttarakhand, and Nagaswaram, tavil, and mridangam from Tamil Nadu.

Before the “Mangal Dhwani” rendition, Sonu Nigam, Anuradha Paudwal, and Shankar Mahadevan sang songs devoted to Lord Ram.

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Ayodhya Ram Mandir Inauguration Live Updates: PM Modi unveils Jatayu statue, offers prayers at Kuber Tila Shiva temple.

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Ayodhya Ram Mandir Inauguration Live Updates: On January 22, 2024, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will consecrate the Ram Lalla idol at Ayodhya’s great Ram Temple. PM Modi addressed a distinguished audience, marking the end of Lord Ram’s extended stay in a temporary shelter and his new home in a magnificent temple.

“Today, beloved Ram Lalla will no longer be living in a tent. “He will live in a magnificent temple,” Modi stated, emphasize the completion of a centuries-long wait and the culmination of collective patience and sacrifice. The Prime Minister revealed a deep connection with the divine at the sanctification ritual in the temple’s sanctum sanctorum.

Modi’s address was historically and culturally significant, as he mentioned that Lord Ram, a fundamental character in Indian mythology and spirituality, is now ensconced in a place worthy of his veneration. He admitted to collective shortcomings in the past for not achieving this sooner, but expressed faith in Lord Ram’s pardon.

In a nod to the country’s legal and legal framework, Modi stated that Lord Ram’s essence has been incorporated in the first edition of the Indian Constitution. He praised the judiciary for finally resolving the long-running legal struggle regarding Lord Ram’s existence, allowing the temple to be built legally.

PM Modi’s statement of January 22 as the start of a new era underscores the deep cultural and religious awakening that this day represents for millions. Beyond its religious significance, the Ram Temple is seen as a symbol of India’s rich history and the victory of faith and patience.

This historic event, attended by an array of famous personalities from many sectors, represents a unifying moment for the country, crossing religious, socioeconomic, and political lines. It honors India’s long-standing traditions, cultural diversity, and the enduring heritage of its spiritual symbols. As the country enters a new century, the Ram Temple stands as a tribute to India’s history, values, and ongoing progress.

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Ayodhya Ram Mandir Inauguration LIVE Updates: Laser, light show organized at Ram Temple in Ayodhya.

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Ayodhya, the sacred city with centuries of cultural and religious significance, is witnessing a historic event today: the inauguration of the Ram Mandir. The momentous event, commemorated with a huge celebration, has captivated the attention of millions across the country and abroad. Here are live updates from the Ayodhya Ram Mandir Inauguration:

The mood in Ayodhya is exciting as people from all walks of life assemble to witness the spectacular inauguration of the Ram Temple. The city is decked with lights, and the spiritual energy is strong.stunning laser and light show has been organised on the Ram Temple grounds, putting a modern twist to the old settings. The display is a visual extravaganza that depicts the rich cultural legacy and the path leading up to the construction of the majestic temple.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other guests have arrived at the venue for the inauguration event. The security measures are flawless, delivering an easy and secure event for all attendees. The ceremony begins with the reciting of Vedic mantras, which creates a peaceful atmosphere. The spiritual vibrations permeate the air as priests perform rites to sanctify the temple and seek divine blessings for the nation.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses the crowd, thanking everyone who worked together to build the Ram Mandir. He focuses on the importance of unity and harmony in the nation’s development.

The first Aarti at the Ram Mandir is performed at 9:30 p.m. IST, symbolizing the hallowed space’s formal completion. Devotees and onlookers present at the event unite in the prayers, creating a moment of spiritual togetherness.

The laser and light show reaches its peak, shining the night sky above Ayodhya. The images tell the story of Lord Ram and the historical events that led to the temple’s foundation. The meticulous workmanship captivates the audience, creating a really unforgettable experience.

As the inauguration ceremony ends, the Ram Mandir rises tall as a symbol of faith and dedication. The celebrations continue with cultural performances that highlight the diversity of India’s cultural tapestry.

The Ayodhya Ram Mandir Inauguration is a magnificent event that combines both past and present. The laser and light show, combined with the spiritual rites, creates a sense of reverence and celebration. As the country celebrates this historic event, the Ram Mandir serves as a reminder of India’s rich cultural legacy and the spirit of belonging that links its people.

By GlanaNikitha Rodrigues

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