Ram Mandir inauguration:
On January 22, 2024, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to attend the opening ceremony of the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya. On October 25, 2023, Modi posted this news on the microblogging platform X. The idol of Ram Lalla will be placed in the temple’s sanctum sanctorum (garbha-griha) during the pran-partisha ceremony. On the other hand, starting on January 24, devotees will be able to enter the magnificent temple.
Date of Ram Mandir
The grand Ram temple in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh, is scheduled to open at this time. For this auspicious work, the date of January 22, 2024, and the time of 12.20 minutes have been set. The location of this program is Abhijeet Muhurta. Based on the information obtained from the sources, this day and this auspicious time will be Ramlala’s life consecration. It was decided at the current meeting in Ayodhya that Prime Minister Narendra Modi of the nation would take part in this program. The worship schedule is scheduled to begin one week before Pran Pratishtha.
In Ayodhya, construction is underway to build a magnificent temple dedicated to Lord Ram. Based on information obtained from reliable sources, the temple’s construction is expected to be finished by October. By then, Ramlala’s womb will be prepared as well. Lord Ram will take his seat in this opulent temple on January 22. Every follower of Ram, both domestically and overseas, is looking forward to this day.
Sadhus from various Ayodhya monasteries and temples declare that they will arrange everything in their temples for the lodging and meals of sadhus and Ram devotees arriving on the day of Lord Ram Lala’s consecration. Everybody will have full accommodations and meal plans made for them.
The Trust will feed all the devotees of Ram.
The Trust intends to feed devotees attending the Ram Janmabhoomi consecration ceremony in Ayodhya for free for approximately a month. Rai stated that the Trust would feed 70,000 to a million devotees every day for a month in honor of Ram Lalla’s sanctum sanctorum consecration in January.
History behind victory of Ram Mandir:
The Ayodhya Ram Mandir has a long and rich history. One of the most venerated Hindu deities, Lord Ram, is said to have been born on the site where the temple is located. In the sixteenth century, the Mughal emperor Babur destroyed the temple and erected a mosque in its stead. The mosque, also referred to as the Babri Masjid, was built on the site for centuries before Hindu nationalists destroyed it in 1992, sparking widespread violence and intercommunal strife throughout the nation.
For many years, the Ayodhya dispute has dominated Indian politics. The point of contention was who owned the land where the Babri Masjid was located and if Lord Ram was born there. In 2019, the Indian Supreme Court resolved the dispute by ruling in favor of building a Ram Janmabhoomi temple on the property. The Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra, a trust established by the Indian government to supervise temple construction, was in charge of the project.
The Ayodhya Ram Mandir’s significance to Hindus
For Hindus, one of the most significant places to go on pilgrimage is the Ayodhya Ram Mandir. It is revered as a sacred site and is thought to be the birthplace of Lord Ram. After decades of fighting for the temple’s construction, the Hindu community views the temple’s construction as a symbolic victory.
It is anticipated that the temple will aid in Ayodhya’s growth as a significant religious and cultural hub. Additionally, it is anticipated to boost the region’s economy and produce jobs. Millions of devotees from all over India and the world are anticipated to visit the temple, helping to establish Ayodhya as a significant religious and cultural center.