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  • PM Modi to take part in Bhumi Poojan for construction of Ram Temple in Ayodhya tomorrow

    Published on August 4, 2020

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi will go to Ayodhya city of Uttar Pradesh tomorrow to take part in Bhumi Poojan Function for the construction of Ram Temple.

    The Bhumi Poojan ceremony will start at sharp 12.30 afternoon and culminate at 12.45 pm.

    175 guests including 135 Saints belonging to 135 spiritual traditions have been invited for the ceremony.
    The Prime Minister will first have Darshan at Shri Hanumangarhi Mandir, after which he will perform puja of Bhagwan Shri Ramlalla at Shri Ram Janmabhoomi.

     It will be then followed by the Bhumi Pujan and the stage event.

    Heavy security arrangements are in place in view of the PM Visit and borders of Ayodhya city will be sealed from Midnight.

     Meanwhile, Shri Ram Janm Bhumi Teerth Shetra Trust and Chief Minister of State Yogi Adityanath have appealed to all Rambhakts across the world to organise Bhajan, Kirtan and Prasad distribution in all villages and cities while taking all necessary precautions to prevent spread of Corona.
    After the appeal of the Chief Minister and Trust, people in the state are lighting earthen lamps at their houses and a special deepotsav is being organized in Ayodhya.
    Our correspondent reports, the Lanes of Ayodhya and Ghats of holy Saryu River are illuminated with thousands of earthen lamps.

    Beautiful Rangolis along with special gates and colorful streets depicting the saga of Ramayana are ready to welcome the Prime Minister.

    Saffron flags can be seen on almost every house in Ayodhya city.

     People of the city of Lord Rama are in a festive mood. Bhajan kirtan and recitation of Ramcharitmanas has started in different temples and houses of Ayodhya and other famous temples of the state including Gorakhnath temple of Gorakgpur.

    People are lighting Diyas at their houses and even the Chief Minister House in Lucknow is illuminated with Diyaas.

     On the second day of the 3 day long rituals preceding Bhumi Poojan for construction of Ram Temple, a special 6 hour long special Ramarcha anushthan was performed today.

    Special Pooja was also offered at the sign of Garhi at historic hanumangarhi temple. The three-day rituals will culminate with the ‘bhoomi pujan’ tomorrow.