As the Pran Pratishtha of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Mandir is set to be held in Ayodhya this afternoon and the door to the Mandir opened, Adani Group Chairman Gautam Adani hopes it will be the gateway to enlightenment and peace, binding the communities with the timeless threads of India’s spiritual and cultural harmony.
“On this auspicious day, as the Ayodhya Mandir’s doors open, let it be a gateway to enlightenment and peace, binding the communities with the timeless threads of Bharat’s spiritual and cultural harmony,” Gautam Adani wrote on his X timeline on January 22 morning.
On this auspicious day, as the Ayodhya Mandir's doors open, let it be a gateway to enlightenment and peace, binding the communities with the timeless threads of Bharat's spiritual and cultural harmony. pic.twitter.com/3MzcKiI8GG
— Gautam Adani (@gautam_adani) January 22, 2024
Ayodhya is set to go down in history with the much-awaited Pran Pratishtha of Sri Ram Lalla at the Ram Mandir on January 22.
The Pran Pratishtha ceremony of Bhagwan Ram in the newly built Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Mandir in Ayodhya will be held at around noon. Earlier in October, 2023. The ceremonial journey leading up to the Pran Pratishtha included a seven-day ritual that commenced on January 16, 2024.
Earlier, the murti of Sri Ram Lalla, carved by renowned Mysuru sculptor Arun Yogiraj, was placed inside the sanctum sanctorum of the Mandir.
The ceremony will be attended by representatives of all major spiritual and religious sects of the country. People from all walks of life including representatives of various tribal communities will also attend the ceremony. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address this gathering on the occasion.
The Prime Minister will interact with workers associated with the construction of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Mandir. Prime Minister will also visit the Kuber Tila, where the ancient Mandir of Bhagwan Shiv has been restored. He will also perform Puja and Darshan at this restored Mandir.
The Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Mandir is constructed in the traditional Nagara style. Its length (East-West) is 380 feet, width is 250 feet, and height is 161 feet; it is supported by a total of 392 pillars and 44 doors. The pillars and walls of the temple showcase intricately sculpted depictions of Hindu deities, gods, and goddesses. In the main sanctum sanctorum at ground floor, the childhood form of Bhagwan Sri Ram (the murti of Sri Ram Lalla) has been placed.
(with inputs from ANI)