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Ram Janmabhoomi Trust releases pics showing carvings inside Ayodhya's Temple

The Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust has scheduled the enthronement of Ram Lalla at the sanctum sanctorum of the Ram Temple for January 22, 2024.

Edited By: Arushi Jaiswal @JaiswalArushi Ayodhya Published on: December 10, 2023 17:46 IST
Ram Temple, Ayodhya
Image Source : X Carvings inside Ram Temple

Ram Temple: The Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust released the latest pictures of carvings inside the Ram Temple in Uttar Pradesh's Ayodhya. The Trust released the latest pictures of the under-construction Ram Temple in Ayodhya on Sunday.

Check latest pictures here:

https://twitter.com/ShriRamTeerth/status/1733724634892411126

Sanctum sanctorum of Ram Temple almost complete 

Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust had said that the sanctum-sanctorum, where Lord Ram's idol will be kept, is almost complete. "The sanctum sanctorum of Lord Shri Ramlala is almost ready. Recently, the lighting-fitting work has also been completed. I am sharing some photographs with you," Trust General Secretary Champat Rai said in a post on X.

The Sri Ram Janmabhoomi Tirath Kshetra Trust has decided to enthrone Ram Lalla at the sanctum-sanctorum of the Ram Temple between noon and 12:45 pm on January 22, next year. The trust has invited 4,000 saints of all sects for the ceremony. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend the inauguration of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya next year.

Consecration ceremony of Ram Lalla

The trust distributed a large number of invitation cards to dignitaries from different walks of life to attend the holy event. General Secretary of Sri Ram Janambhoomi Trust Champat Rai said at least 4,000 sages (sadhus) are being invited to the 'pranpratishtha' ceremony. 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will preside over the consecration ceremony of Ram Lalla in Ayodhya. The Uttar Pradesh government’s Department of Tourism and Culture will organise the event with the help of the Tourism and Cultural Council in each district. Also, the temple management prepared a series of religious events to mark the consecration ceremony of the Ram temple. The first event will start from Makar Sankranti (January 14-15) and continue till the inauguration of the Ram temple on January 22.

During the consecration ceremony, the idol of Ram Lalla will be installed in the sanctum sanctorum of the temple.  The temple trust has decided to start the process of the consecration of Ram Lalla after Makar Sankranti on January 14 and observe a 10-day ritual of Ram Lalla's 'pran pratishtha' (consecration).

Vedic rituals for the Pran-Pratishtha (consecration) ceremony of Ram Lalla (infant Lord Ram) in Ayodhya will begin on January 16, next year, a week before the main ceremony. A Vedic priest from Varanasi, Lakshmi Kant Dixit, will perform the main rituals of the consecration ceremony of Ram Lalla on January 22. From January 14 to January 22, Ayodhya will mark the Amrit Mahotsav. A 1008 Hundi Mahayagya will also be organised in which thousands of devotees will be fed.

Several tent cities are being erected in Ayodhya to accommodate thousands of devotees, who are expected to arrive in the temple town of Uttar Pradesh for the grand consecration of the Ram Temple. According to the Sri Ram Janambhoomi Trust, arrangements will be made for 10,000-15,000 people.

Local authorities are gearing up for the anticipated surge in visitors around the 'Pran Pratishtha' ceremony and are in the process of implementing enhanced security measures and making logistical arrangements to ensure a smooth and spiritually enriching experience for all attendees.

Also Read: Ayodhya: Electricity connection work completed at Ram Temple, CM Yogi congratulates devotees

Also Read: Ram Temple Trust releases latest pics showing current status of construction work in Ayodhya

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