Inside PM Modi’s 11-Day Ritual of Self-Purification Ahead of Ram Mandir ‘Pran Pratistha’ Ceremony

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has immersed himself in an 11-day spiritual odyssey in the lead-up to the grand inauguration of the Ram temple in Ayodhya. This rigorous schedule involves self-imposed austerity, temple visits, and connecting with Hindu mythology’s key locations.

PM Modi’s commitment is evident in his strict regime. He sleeps on the floor, sustains himself solely on coconut water, and performs daily acts of devotion like Gau-pooja (cow worship) and feeding cows. This dedication showcases his personal connection to the event’s significance.

Beyond personal practice, Modi embarked on pilgrimages to temples mentioned in the epic Ramayana. He visited Ramkund and Shree Kalaram Temple in Nashik, Veerbhadra Temple in Lepakshi, and Guruvayur and Thriprayar Shree Ramaswami Temple in Kerala. These journeys further illustrate the deep religious and cultural context surrounding the temple opening.

Recognizing the importance of purity alongside devotion, Modi actively participated in the Swachh Teerth campaign, a nationwide temple cleanliness initiative. His image of cleaning the Shree Kalaram Temple premises in Nashik resonated with many, and the #SwachhTeerthCampaign became a top social media trend.

Addressing a gathering in Solapur, Maharashtra, Modi highlighted his government’s alignment with Lord Rama’s principles of good governance. He emphasizes fulfilling promises made to the underprivileged and empowering them, echoing Rama’s commitment to upholding values and serving the people.

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