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In a landmark event that marks the culmination of a 50-year project, Prime Minister Narendra Modi led the ‘pran pratishtha’ ceremony at the Ram Temple in Ayodhya, unveiling the consecration of the idol. Here are the key highlights:

PM Modi at Ayodhya:

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has successfully led the ‘pran pratishtha’ ceremony at the Ram Temple in Ayodhya, a significant project realized just months before the general election.

Joint Effort with RSS:

Live visuals showed RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat seated next to PM Modi, symbolizing the joint efforts of the BJP and RSS in the Ram Temple project.

PM’s Pleasure in Divine Program:

PM Modi expressed his “great pleasure” to be part of the “divine program” at the Ram Temple. The ceremony unfolded, creating an emotional moment during the consecration.

Aerial View of Ayodhya:

The PM shared an aerial video of Ayodhya, showcasing the beautifully decorated temple. The video was reportedly shot from the helicopter that ferried him to the temple.
Nationwide Celebrations:

The consecration is being celebrated across India, with Indians globally participating in prayers at local temples. The occasion is compared to ‘Diwali,’ signifying the joyous festivities.

Diverse Guest List:

High-profile invitees, including Bollywood stars Amitabh Bachchan, Rajinikanth, Katrina Kaif, and business magnates Sunil Bharti Mittal and Anil Ambani, along with cricket legends Sachin Tendulkar and Virat Kohli, witnessed the historic event.

PM’s Preparations and Interaction:

PM Modi reportedly observed rituals, including sleeping on the floor and consuming only coconut water, in preparation for the ceremony. He also interacted with laborers who contributed to the temple’s construction.

Shankaracharyas’ Absence:

The absence of shankaracharyas from premier monasteries sparked controversy, with Puri and Joshimath shankaracharyas criticizing the incomplete temple and questioning the seating arrangement during the event.

Historical Context:

The construction of the temple began following a landmark Supreme Court judgment in 2019, allocating the disputed land for the temple and providing an alternate plot for a mosque. The event concludes a decades-long political and religious saga.
This historic event, celebrated with enthusiasm and controversies, symbolizes the realization of a longstanding aspiration for the construction of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya.

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A momentous occasion is unfolding in Ayodhya as preparations for the consecration ceremony of Lord Rama’s idol reach their pinnacle. Leading this divine endeavor is Chidambara Sastry, a spiritual luminary renowned for his unwavering devotion to Lord Rama and Hanuman, who journeyed from Andhra Pradesh to Ayodhya. His unique expertise is channeled into the creation of the Rama Yantra, an intricately designed spiritual tool central to the upcoming ceremony.

Ceremony Overview:

Ayodhya is abuzz with anticipation as the consecration ceremony for Lord Rama’s idol is scheduled for Monday, promising a deeply spiritual experience.

Sastry’s Integral Role:

Chidambara Sastry, the President of Hanumath Chitti Jagaran Samithi, stands as the driving force behind the meticulously crafted Rama Yantra.

Hailing from Bapatla, Andhra Pradesh, Sastry’s spiritual journey is marked by profound connections to Lord Rama and Hanuman.

Crafting the Rama Yantra:

Entrusted with the sacred task in 2014, Sastry’s spiritual discipline and dedication shine through as he intricately prepares the Rama Yantra.

Using ancient Sanskrit script, Sastry inscribes Mantras of great spiritual significance onto the Yantra.

Significance of Rama Yantra:

The Rama Yantra plays a vital role in the consecration ceremony, acting as a conduit for spiritual energy and enhancing the sacred vibrations during the event.

Recognition from Temple Authorities:

The Ayodhya Temple Trust expresses gratitude for Sastry’s invaluable contribution, acknowledging the profound spiritual energy he infuses into the idol installation.

Sastry’s commitment and devotion receive praise for elevating the sacredness of this momentous task.

Sastry’s Blessing and Perspective:

Speaking with Akashvani News, Chidambara Sastry expresses his deep sense of blessing for being chosen for this sacred responsibility.

He views this opportunity not merely as a duty but as a divine chance bestowed upon him.

As Ayodhya prepares for this spiritual milestone, Chidambara Sastry’s craftsmanship with the Rama Yantra adds a touch of divinity to the impending consecration, creating an atmosphere rich with spiritual energy.

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New Delhi: In light of the upcoming consecration of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya, all central government offices in India will observe a half-day holiday on January 22, as announced by Union minister Jitendra Singh. The decision aims to honor the sentiments surrounding the occasion.

The Ram Lalla Pran Pratishtha, scheduled for January 22, 2024, will be a nationwide celebration. To allow employees to participate in these festivities, a directive has been issued stating that all central government offices, institutions, and industrial establishments throughout India will be closed for half a day until 1430 hours on January 22, 2024.

This half-day holiday is a gesture to acknowledge the significance of the Ram Temple consecration and to enable the participation of central government employees in the celebratory events. The decision aligns with the government’s commitment to recognizing and respecting cultural and religious occasions that hold importance for citizens across the country.

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As the inaugural ceremony of the Ayodhya Ram Temple approaches, officials from the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust provided a comprehensive update on the progress made at the sanctum sanctorum, where the idol of Ram Lalla is set to be placed early next year. Trust General Secretary Champat Rai shared the recent developments, highlighting the completion of lighting-fitting work in a post on X. The sanctum sanctorum, dedicated to Lord Shri Ramlala, is almost ready, showcasing significant strides in the construction process.
The Sri Ram Janmabhoomi Tirath Kshetra Trust has scheduled the enthronement of Ram Lalla at the temple’s sanctum-sanctorum between noon and 12:45 pm on January 22. For this significant ceremony, the trust has extended invitations to 4,000 saints from various sects, and Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to attend the grand inauguration.
Earlier statements by Champat Rai indicated that the idol, portraying the child form of Lord Ram, is already 90% complete. The 4 feet 3-inch idol is being meticulously crafted at three different locations in Ayodhya by three artisans. Rai noted that the finishing touches would be completed within the next week.
This week, visuals shared on the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Twitter handle offer a glimpse of the ongoing work on the temple exteriors, adding to the anticipation surrounding the imminent completion and inauguration of this historic and sacred monument.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to attend the ‘Pran Pratishtha’ event at Ayodhya in Ram temple on January 22, 2024. This occasion marks the placement of Lord Ram’s idol inside the temple.

A Landmark Supreme Court Ruling

The backdrop to this development lies in the 2019 Supreme Court ruling that decisively settled the Ayodhya land dispute. The judgment specified that the Ram Mandir would be constructed at the contested 2.77-acre site. Moreover, the ruling held that Muslims would be allocated an alternate 5-acre plot in Dhannipur to construct the Babri Masjid.

Unity and Inclusivity

The Prime Minister’s visit to Ayodhya has huge importance, not just for its religious import, but for the broader message it conveys – the message of unity and inclusivity. The foundation stone for the Ram temple is marked as a pivotal moment in the history of Ayodhya, signifying the resolution of a longstanding dispute. Now, Muslims in Ayodhya are expressing a similar hope for constructing the Babri Masjid.

Their request is symbolic of the desire for communal harmony and coexistence. It reflects the aspiration to move forward, leaving behind the wounds of the past, and embracing a future where people of different faiths can live together in peace.

The Spirit of Ayodhya

Ayodhya, the sacred city that embodies the ideals of Lord Ram, is poised to witness another momentous chapter in its rich history. The forthcoming events symbolize the city’s commitment to tolerance, acceptance, and the cohabitation of diverse cultures.

As Prime Minister Modi prepares to attend the ‘Pran Pratishtha’ event, the eyes of the nation are on Ayodhya, where the echo of harmony resonates, and the aspiration for unity shines brightly. The request of the Muslim community adds an encouraging layer to this narrative, reminding us that in the spirit of Ayodhya, there is room for the dreams and hopes of all its people.

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