The idol of Lord Rama will be consecrated in the sanctum sanctorum of the grand temple in Ayodhya from January 16 to 24 next year. IG News

Ayodhya: The idol of Lord Rama will be consecrated in the sanctum sanctorum of the grand temple in Ayodhya from January 16 to 24 next year. Sources have given this information on Wednesday. However, no fixed date has been fixed yet and Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s time has been sought. There Sri Ram Janmabhoomi Tirtha Kshetra Trust believes that there should be only one program in Ayodhya on that day and that too non-political. Apart from this, no stage will be constructed for that programme.

If sources are to be believed, special guests invited to the Pran Pratistha program will be given less time to speak and no public meeting will be organized on the day. Not only this, Chief Ministers of other states will not be invited in this program. Only Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will be invited.

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Sources said that top leaders of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) will be present at the event and efforts are being made to arrange seating for 5000 people. There, preparations are also being made to broadcast Ram Lalla’s Murthy Pran Pratishta across the country. So that people can see this historical moment from their village, their city and other places.

Champat Rai, general secretary of the trust, which is building the Ram temple in Ayodhya, said on July 27 that the chairman of the trust, Mahant Nritya Gopal Das, has sent an invitation to the Prime Minister for the consecration ceremony. The letter said that if the Prime Minister attends the ceremony, the image of the country will be strengthened worldwide.

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He said that in the invitation letter the date of the program is given between January 16 to 24 but the date of the program will depend on the availability of the Prime Minister. Rai said that invitations will be sent to 10,000 people for the ceremony. The Prime Minister also performed ‘Bhumipujan’ of Ram temple in August 2020.

The Supreme Court on 9 November 2019, while delivering its much-awaited judgment in the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid case, ordered the construction of a Ram temple at the relevant site in Ayodhya. Security agencies have started elaborate preparations for the ceremony to be held at the Ram Janmabhoomi complex, keeping in mind the possibility that a large number of very special guests of the country, including the Prime Minister, will attend the abhishek ceremony of Ram Lalla at the temple.

Meanwhile the trust has increased the number of workers and technicians to achieve the target of completing the construction of the temple by December this year. Now the construction work is going on round the clock in different shifts. Champat Rai, general secretary of the trust, said that earlier 550 employees were working in the Ram Mandir premises but the trust has increased this number to around 1600 in the last few weeks. He said that work which used to be done 18 hours earlier is now being done 24 hours a day.

Rai said the trust has set a deadline to complete the ground floor work by December so that the temple can be opened for devotees by January 2024. He informed that on the roads leading to Ram Mandir Rs. Saplings will be planted at a cost of 22 crores and the forest department will enhance the beauty of Rampath, Dharmapath and Bhaktipath by planting various types of ornamental plants besides seasonal flowers.

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