As is customary, Ayodhya has been decked up for the upcoming Diwali celebration. A lot of attention has been paid to Lord Rama banners and posters that have been put up across the city.
At this year’s stunning Deepotsav in Ayodhya before Diwali, more than 21 lakh lights will be lighted. Ramlila will put on a laser show and let off fireworks in honor of this occasion. The city of Ayodhya has started getting ready for the approaching celebrations in a big way. A local of Ayodhya said, “Big posters and banners have been put up at some places, and work is going smoothly.”
The streets are lined with banner poles representing stories from the Ramcharitra Manas and other events from the life of Lord Ram. Banner posters detailing the Sunderkand, the Ayodhya, and similar events can be seen around the city. Crews are also working diligently to install underground lighting along the roadways simultaneously. The route will be accessible by dispersed cables in the following days.
As is customary, we have been watching the preparations for this year’s Festival of Lights in Ayodhya. This city has traditionally been considered the land of the gods, with great anticipation. The view was shared by a second local of Ayodhya, who said, “Today is a great day for our city and our country.”
Verses from the Ramcharitra Manas accompany banners depicting pivotal events in Lord Ram’s life. The history of Ayodhya and the Sunderkand are detailed on these posters. The installation of underground lighting across the streets is also proceeding to offer a more streamlined look devoid of obtrusive wires.
The locals have much appreciated the state government’s annual Deep Utsav festival and the impressive Ram Mandir it houses.
Bharat Dwar and Ram Setu Dwar are both names for gateways into India. Sita Dwar, Shabari Dwar, Ahilya Dwar, Jatayu Dwar, Hanuman Dwar, and Lavkush Dwar are merely some of the names given to these gates in honor of Rama’s numerous mythical friends.
“Selfie point has been made near the statues of Lord Ram, Sita, Lakshman, Bharat, Shatrughan, and Hanuman on Ram Ki Paidi,” claimed the press release.
On January 22, 2024, the day before the consecration of the Idol of Lord Ram, the annual Deep Utsav will take place.
Champat Rai, General Secretary of the Shri Ram Janambhoomi Trust, had announced January 22, 2024, as the day the idol of Lord Ram would be installed in the Ram Temple in Ayodhya.
Residents of Ayodhya are happy to dwell in a city with such spiritual value, and they can’t wait for the next festival of lights. The inhabitants value the annual Deep Utsav celebration and the state’s magnificent Ram Mandir. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been invited to the Temple’s consecration by the Ram Janmabhoomi Trust.
On January 22, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Uttar Pradesh Founding Minister Yogi Adityanath, and Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) Founding Father Mohan Bhagwat will all be present for the dedication of the Ram Temple, according to Champat Rai, General Secretary of the Shri Ram Janambhoomi Trust.