India is celebrating Diwali before it’s arrival: The Ram Temple’s Grand Opening

A Historic Day in  Ayodhya: Ram Temple’s Grand Opening

22 January 2024 will marked as golden day in the history of India and one of the most chrished for entire Hindu community not only in India but around the world. yes! its the time  Ram lalla will be seated at his place. The much-awaited day has finally arrived in Ayodhya as the city witnesses the grand opening of the Ram temple. The atmosphere is filled with excitement and joy as devotees, along with prominent figures, gather to be part of this historic event.

Leadership Presence and Praises:

Former Prime Minister HD Deve Gowda graced the occasion and expressed his gratitude towards Prime Minister Narendra Modi for making this historic event possible. However, he took a dig at the leaders who chose not to participate, emphasizing that their decision may not be a proper one.

Amitabh Bachchan becomes the part of this historic movement

Renowned actor Amitabh Bachchan, along with other VVIP guests, is present at the ceremony. The Pran Pratishtha is marked by the enchanting sound of ‘Mangal Dhvani,’ created by over 50 musical instruments from various states, playing for nearly two hours. The celebration also includes a flower shower by Army helicopters and a showcase of traditional Indian musical talents during the Aarti ceremony.

Actor Manoj Joshi and poet Kumar Vishwas expressed their emotions

Actor Manoj Joshi and poet Kumar Vishwas expressed their emotions as they attended the Pran Pratishtha. Joshi, overwhelmed, mentioned the indescribable feeling of seeing God, while Vishwas termed it a moment of great fortune after a wait of 550 years.

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath: the man turned the state into big center of religion and faith.

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, dressed in his signature saffron robes, arrived early for the consecration ceremony. The city resonates with ‘Ram, Ram, and Ram’ as politicians and actors join the festivities.

Arrival of superstar Chiranjeevi and Ram Charan :

Chiranjeevi and his son Ram Charan received  a heart full welcome at airport and they will be attending  consecration ceremony at the Ram Janmabhoomi temple. “This is a god given opportunity we  are happy to be here” said.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is all set for the ceremony:

How Prime Minister Narendra Modi  can skip such a beautiful moment for our country he is all set to lead a special ceremony of ‘Pran Pratishtha’ at the Ram Temple in Ayodhya. The ceremony is crucial for the temple, which is built where the Babri Masjid used to be and is a significant pilgrimage site for Hindus. The event will start at 12:20 pm and will be shown to people all over the world. Can’t deny the event surpasses the national boundary its unequivocally a global moment.

PM Modi will come to Ayodhya and go to the temple by helicopter. Between 11 am and 12 pm, he might take a look around the temple area. The main ceremony, ‘Pran Pratishtha,’ will happen from 12:05 pm to 1 pm, and PM Modi will be part of the rituals during this time. There is a special 84-second moment called ‘mool muhurt’ when the main consecration will happen.

After the ceremony, PM Modi will speak to the people at the venue. He will also visit Kuber ka Tila after the event. This is a significant occasion, and millions of people will be able to watch it on TV.

This “Diwali vibes” gone outside the India: world is celebrating this historic day.

The excitement is not limited to Ayodhya alone. Members of the Indian diaspora gathered in Paris, and Times Square in New York was lightened with celebrations. Even former cricketer Sachin Tendulkar is part of the historic day, leaving Mumbai to attend the Pran Pratishtha.

Babri Litigant’s Perspective:

Iqbal Ansari, a prominent litigant in the Ramjanmabhoomi-Babri Masjid case, welcomed the historic grand opening and urged people to visit Ayodhya to seek the blessings of Lord Ram.

As Ayodhya witnesses this momentous day, the nation and the global Indian community join in the celebrations. The grand opening of the Ram temple is not just a religious event; it is a cultural and emotional milestone for millions of devotees. The echoes of ‘Jai Shri Ram’ resonate across borders, marking a day etched in history.