PM Modi to Take Holy Dip in Saryu, Carry Water to Ram Temple on Foot for Consecration

Ayodhya: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to partake in the consecration ceremony of the Ram Lalla deity in Ayodhya on January 22. The PM’s itinerary includes a holy dip in the River Saryu, carrying its water to the new temple on foot, and observing strict Sanatan rituals. Hanumangarhi, Maa Sita’s Kuldevi Devkali temple, and the new Jatau idol near the Ram temple are among the planned visits.

Scheduled to arrive on January 21, Modi will engage in the Amrit Janmotsav and Ramcharit Manas discourse by Jagadguru Rambhadracharya.

The following day, he will commence with a Saryu bath and proceed to the Ram temple via the Bhakti path, starting from Ram Path and passing Hanumangarhi. An overnight stay in Ayodhya is planned, with the PM observing a fast on the day of Pran Pratistha.

While Pran Pratishtha Mahotsav rituals initiated on January 16, the actual consecration begins on January 22 after Modi’s pledge to dedicate the temple to the nation.

The Shodashopachar puja of Ram Lalla will follow, with a total sanctum sanctorum puja time of 40 minutes. The consecration’s very subtle Muhurat spans 84 seconds, from 12:29:08 to 12:30:32, with only 11 individuals permitted inside during the ceremony, as per the Ram Janmabhoomi Trust officials.

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