New Time Table For Viewing Ram Lalla Have Been Announced For Regular People, Know Here

On January 22, a special ceremony happened in Ayodhya to consecrate the idol of Lord Rama, known as Ram Lalla. This event was significant as it took place after nearly 500 years. The devotees of Lord Rama are very excited about this. The idol was placed in the grand Ram Temple with traditional rituals, shifting it from the temporary tent.

The festive and joyful atmosphere is not only in Ayodhya but is spreading throughout the country as people embrace the spirit of Lord Rama. After the consecration of Ram Lalla in Ayodhya, a new schedule has been released for the general public to visit the Ram Temple. Let’s find out when regular people can have the opportunity to see Ram Lalla.

What is Timing For Regular People to Visit the Temple?

The beautiful idol of Lord Rama, known as Ram Lalla, is now placed in the impressive Ram Temple. A new timetable for devotees to come and see Lord Ram Lalla, called darshan, has been declared. Starting tomorrow, January 25, people can visit and view Lord Rama from 6 in the morning until 10 at night.

There is Massive Crowd of Devotees Outside Ram Lalla Temple in Ayodhya

Even two days after the consecration ceremony of Lord Rama in Uttar Pradesh’s Ayodhya, a large number of devotees are still coming to the city. Images from outside the temple depict a massive crowd enduring the chilly winter morning to catch a glimpse of Lord Ram.

On Tuesday, over 2.5 lakh devotees have already prayed to Ram Lalla in Ayodhya’s Ram Temple. Additionally, a similar number of devotees are waiting for their turn to have a glimpse of the idol, as per officials from the UP government.

To ensure that devotees have the opportunity to see the temple, approximately 1,000 Rapid Action Force (RAF) personnel have been stationed in and around the temple complex.


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