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Times Square billboards to display Lord Ram's 3D portraits, videos of Ram Mandir groundbreaking on Aug 5

Lord Ram's images, 3D portraits of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya will be beamed across the giant billboards in the iconic Times Square to celebrate the groundbreaking ceremony of Ram Mandir on August 5.

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New Delhi Updated on: July 30, 2020 13:53 IST
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Lord Ram's images, 3D portraits to be displayed at Times Square on Ram Mandir groundbreaking on August 5.

Lord Ram's images, 3D portraits of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya will be beamed across the giant billboards in the iconic Times Square to celebrate the groundbreaking ceremony of Ram Mandir on August 5. The organisers describe the commemoration as a one-of-a-kind and historic event. The foundation stone of the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya will be laid by PM Modi in the presence of other BJP veterans.
 
Prominent community leader and President of the American India Public Affairs Committee Jagdish Sewhani on Wednesday said that arrangements are being made to celebrate the historic moment in New York on August 5, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to lay the foundation stone for construction of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya.
 
Sewhani told PTI that among the prominent billboards that are being leased for the occasion are the giant Nasdaq screen and the 17,000-square-foot wrap-around LED display screen, considered among the largest continuous exterior displays in the world and the highest-resolution exterior LED screen in Times Square.

Quick Recap

  • Billboards at New York's Times Square to display Lord Ram's images, 3D portaits of Ram Temple to celebrate Ram Temple's groundbreaking ceremony on August 5
  • Photos, videos of PM Modi laying foundation stone of Ram Mandir will also be displayed at Times Square. 
  • The event to mark groundbreaking of Ram Temple at Times Square will commence from 8 AM and continue to till 10 PM. Billboards will also display chants like 'Jai Shri Ram' in Hindi and English.
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Devotees pray while walking towards a temple, in Ayodhya. PM Modi will lay the foundation stone of Ram Mandir groundbreaking on August 5.

Beginning from 8 AM on August 5 till 10 PM, images of the words ‘Jai Shri Ram’ in Hindi and English, Lord Ram’s portraits and videos, 3D portraits of the temple’s design and architecture as well as pictures of the laying of the foundation stone by Modi will be displayed across several billboards, which are among the most striking and popular features of Times Square, one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world.

Sewhani said that members of the Indian community will also gather at Times Square on August 5 to mark the celebration and distribute sweets.

“This is not a once in a lifetime or a once in a century event. This is an event that comes once in the life of mankind. We had to give it a befitting celebration and what better place than the iconic Times Square to commemorate the ‘Ram Janma Bhoomi shilanyas’ (groundbreaking ceremony).

“Under Prime Minister Modi, the construction of the Ram Temple is a dream come true for Hindus all over the world. Till six years back, we never thought that this day will come soon but due to Modi’s leadership, this day has come and we want to celebrate it in a befitting way,” he said, adding that on August 5, images of Lord Ram will flood Times Square.

Sewhani said that the Times Square commemoration is being made possible with the help and support of the community and sponsors. Prime Minister Modi had announced the formation of the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teertha Kshetra Trust in February. The Trust has invited Modi to lay the foundation stone of the grand Ram Temple.

(With inputs from PTI)
 
 

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