Saryu River Echoes with Prayers on Day 2 of Pre-Consecration Rituals of Ram Temple

Ayodhya: In preparation for the consecration ceremony at the Ram temple on January 22, a “Kalash Pujan” was conducted on Wednesday as part of ongoing rituals. The consecration rituals, initiated on Tuesday, are scheduled to continue until January 21, with essential rites for the “Pran Pratishtha” of the idol of Ram Lalla on the consecration day.

Sri Ram Janmbhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust member Anil Mishra, along with his wife and others, performed the “Kalash Pujan” on the banks of the Saryu River. The consecrated water from the Saryu will be transported to the Ram temple complex for use in pre-consecration rituals.

Anil Mishra, the designated “yajman” for the “puja,” is obligated to participate in all rituals, including those scheduled for January 22. The intricate proceedings involve 121 “acharyas” overseeing the rituals, with Ganeshwar Shastri Dravid coordinating and directing the “anushthan.” The primary “acharya” for the event is Laxmikant Dixit of Kashi.

The much-anticipated Ram temple “Pran Pratishtha” is set to commence at 12:20 pm on January 22, with the ceremony expected to conclude by 1 PM. The consecration marks a significant milestone in the construction of the temple.

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