Ram Mandir Pran Pratishtha Ceremony in Ayodhya on 22 January 2024

Ram Mandir Pran Pratishtha Ceremony in Ayodhya  : Uttar Pradesh, Ayodhya, January 22, 2024, to be held Ram temple Pran Pratishtha ceremony is in full swing. To make this occasion special, thousands of guests from all over the country and abroad are participating, but those who have not received an invitation to this ceremony have sent many gifts for ‘Ram Lala’. These include everything from a 108-foot-long agarbatti to a 2100-kilogram bell, a 1100-kilogram-weight giant lamp, golden shoes, a 10-foot-high lock and key, and an 8-country time telling clock.

1- Over 3000 gifts are coming from Nepal

Ram Mandir Pran Pratishtha Ceremony
Ram Mandir Pran Pratishtha Ceremony

Thirty vehicles laden with thousands of gifts from Nepal’s Janakipur Dham Ramjanki temple are reaching Ayodhya. Over 3,000 gifts are coming for Lord Rama from his in-laws in Janakipur, including silver  shoes, jewelry, and clothes, among other gifts.

2- Special ‘Rock’ from Sri Lanka’s ‘Ashok Vatika’

Ram Mandir Pran Pratishtha Ceremony

Ashok Vatika is the place where ‘Ravana’ kept ‘Mata Sita’ after kidnapping her. In such a situation, a delegation from ‘Ashok Vatika’ visited Ayodhya with a special gift. The delegation has presented a special ‘rock’ brought from Ashok Vatika, described in the epic Ramayana.

3- 108-foot-long ‘agarbatti’ is coming from Vadodara

A 108-foot-long agarbatti, prepared in Vadodara, Gujarat in 6 months, is reaching Ayodhya on January 18. This special agarbatti has been prepared by Viha Bharwad, a resident of Vadodara. It is made from 376 kg of gum (gum resin), 376 kg of coconut shells, 190 kg of ghee, 1,470 kg of cow dung, and 420 kg of herbs. It weighs 3,610 kg and is about 3.5 feet wide, which will last for about one and a half months.

4- 2,100 kg weight bell from Eta

A 2,100 kg weight bell made of eight metals has been prepared in Eta’s Jalesar in Uttar Pradesh. It took 2 years to prepare this giant bell.

5- 8-country time telling ‘clock’ from Lucknow

A vegetable seller named Anil Kumar Sahu from Lucknow has designed a clock that tells the time in 8 countries at a time. This clock tells the time of India, Japan, Russia, UAE, China, Singapore, Mexico, and the United States at the same time. This 75-centimeter-diameter clock has been gifted to Champat Rai, the general secretary of the Ram Mandir Trust. Sahu had first made the clock in 2018 and was awarded the ‘Design Registration Certificate’ by the Patent Office of the Government of India.

6- World’s largest ‘lock and bell’ from UP

Sati Prakash Sharma, a lockmaker in Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, has prepared a 400-kilogram weight lock and key that is 10 feet high, 4.6 feet wide, and 9.5 inches thick. This is the world’s largest lock and key. It has been gifted to the Ram Mandir Trust, so that it can be used as a symbolic lock in the temple.

7- ‘Giant Nagada’ from Gujarat’s Dariapur

A giant ‘nagana’ prepared by the ‘All India Dabgar Samaj’ in Dariapur, Gujarat, has been sent to Ayodhya. This 56-inch gold-plated ‘nagana’ will be installed in the Ram temple. In addition, Arvindbhai Mangalbhai Patel, a resident of Vadodara, has also prepared a 1,100-kg giant lamp, which is 9.25 feet high and 8 feet wide. This lamp is made of ‘panchdhatu’ or gold, silver, copper, zinc, and iron.

8- Special ‘sari and necklace’ for Sita Mata from Surat

A special sari and necklace for Sita Mata is coming from Surat, Gujarat. This sari with pictures of Lord Rama and the Ayodhya temple, prepared in Surat, is for Sita Mata. Its first piece has been offered at a temple in Surat. In addition, a diamond merchant from Surat has made this necklace on the theme of the Ram temple with the use of 5,000 American diamonds and 2 kg of silver. This necklace Ram Mandir Pran Pratishtha Ceremony


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