Pran Pratishtha: These are Some People Who have Done Amazing Work for Temple of Lord Ram

With just one day left for the inauguration or Pran Pratishtha of the Ram Mandir on January 22, 2024, a report highlights the anticipation of Lord Ram returning to his temple after a 500-year wait. During these centuries, many individuals sacrificed their lives for this sacred cause. Today, let’s talk about some people who are doing some unique and strange activities on the occasion of Ram mandir inauguration.

Pran Pratishtha: Some People With Their Amazing and Strange Work For Ram Mandir

Arvind Mangalbhai Patel

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A man named Arvind Mangalbhai Patel, who is a devoted follower from Vadodara, Gujarat, has created a massive lamp weighing 1100 kg for the upcoming inauguration of the Ram Temple. This special lamp, made of brass and copper, stands 9.25 feet tall and is 8 feet wide.

It can hold up to 851 kg of ghee. Crafted from Panchadhatu, a blend of five metals—gold, silver, copper, zinc, and iron—the lamp underwent months of refinement, with success achieved on the fifth attempt.

Challa Srinivas Sastry

A person named Challa Srinivas Sastry from Hyderabad, Telangana, has embarked on a special journey on foot, known as padyatra, to deliver a pair of golden sandals to the Ram Temple. These sandals, weighing 9 kg and valued at Rs 65 lakh, symbolize deep respect and devotion to Lord Ram.

Sastry began his journey on August 5, 2020, the same day Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the temple’s foundation stone. He has covered a distance of 8000 km, passing through 11 states and 108 cities, collecting donations and blessings from people along the way.

Pregnant women in Uttar Pradesh

In Uttar Pradesh, some pregnant women have asked their doctors to schedule C-section deliveries on January 22, 2024. They want their babies to be born on the same day as Lord Ram’s arrival at the Ram Temple. These women, expecting around that time, believe that sharing the birthdate with Lord Ram will bring blessings and virtues to their children.

Chef Vishnu Manohar

Chef Vishnu Manohar, based in Nagpur, has exciting plans for the Ram Temple inauguration. He’s going to make a huge batch of ‘Ram Halwa,’ a special sweet dish, weighing 7000 kg, for the devotees attending the event.

The chef, known for his 52-hour cooking World Record, shared that he’ll be using 900 kg of rava, 1000 kg of ghee, 1000 kg of sugar, 2000 litres of milk, 2500 litres of water, 300 kg of dry fruits, and 75 kg of cardamom powder.

From Janakpur, Nepal

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More than 3000 gifts have been sent from Janakpur, Nepal, the birthplace of Sita (Lord Ram’s consort), to Ayodhya for the Ram Temple inauguration. About 500 devotees carried these gifts, which include money, clothes, fruits, gold, silver, and sweets. The presents were sent by the Janakpur Dham Ram Janaki Temple and individuals from Nepal who see Ayodhya as their sister city.

Saraswati Devi

In the center of Dhanbad, India, there is a remarkable story of devotion and endurance. It revolves around Saraswati Devi, a woman who took a solemn vow of silence, known as ‘maun vrat,’ on the day the Babri Masjid was demolished in 1992.

She pledged to maintain this silence until the inauguration of the Ram temple. Referred to as ‘Mauni Mata’ in Ayodhya, Devi communicates using sign language and written words only when absolutely necessary.

Karthik Joshi

A 22-year-old ultra marathoner named Karthik Joshi from India is currently running a long distance of 1,008 kilometers from Indore in Madhya Pradesh to Ayodhya in Uttar Pradesh. His goal is to attend the consecration ceremony of the Ram temple on January 22, showcasing his dedication and endurance.

About Pran Pratishtha Ceremony And Schedule

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On January 22, 2024, the historic ‘Pran Pratishtha’ of Lord Ram in the grand Ram Mandir is scheduled to happen. The much-anticipated event will be attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, members of the Shri Ram Janmbhoomi teerth trust, along with over 4,000 saints and 7,500 distinguished guests invited for the consecration ceremony in Ayodhya.

The Pran Pratishtha ceremony is planned from 11 am to 1 pm on that day. You can watch the live broadcast of the consecration ceremony of the Ram Mandir on DD News and DD National Channels in 4K.


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