The Ram Janmabhoomi Pujan celebration is just 1 day away. 5th August is going to mark history as Ayodhya is going to witness the bhoomi pujan of Rama’s temple. It is the biggest event as people have been waiting for this day eagerly. This temple is going to be the biggest Hindu Temple and people are preparing for celebration.
Ayodhya to immerse in Rama’s devotion by lighting ‘Deepaks’as Ram Janmabhoomi Celebration:
‘Deepak’ or ‘Diya’ have great significance in Hindu mythology. They signify joy and coming of good time. Diwali, the biggest festival of Hindus is also known as the festival of lights. It is celebrated to mark Rama’s return to Ayodhya. Now, as the Rama temple is going to be build in Ayodhya after a long struggle it is treated as home coming of Rama. Thus people have decided to celebrate this occasion. To make it grand people are panning to light ‘diyas’ on 5th August and considering as home coming of Rama.
Like Ayodhya, Braj is also going to celebrate Ram Janmbhoomi Pujan:
Like Ayodhya on the day of Bhoomi Pujan, preparations are on to make the entire Braj region saffron. Lamps will be lit from house to house from village to village. In this, Vishwa Hindu Parishad Bajrang Dal, RSS and BJP leaders and workers have gathered. The people’s representatives are also not far behind.
In a press conference at the residence of former MLC Lekhraj Chaudhary on Monday, cabinet minister and regional MLA Chaudhary Laxminarayan said that the city of Shri Krishna has a deep and strong connection with the Ram temple movement. When Ayodhya is going to be worshiped today, it is natural to be happy. On August 5, lamps will be lit from house to house in the area to show this happiness and people will put saffron flag on the roofs.
The entire Braj region will also be saffron like Ayodhya. He said that if there was no time for an epidemic, thousands of people would have reached Ayodhya from here. There would have been a different view. The cabinet minister has given a call to all the sages of Braj, Mahants of temples to celebrate Deepawali by lighting lamps, colorful lights on August 4 and 5 while maintaining social distance.
President of Ramlila Institute, Rahul Jain Kamian has called on all the townspeople to donate on August 5, following social distance. He said that people will decorate the roofs of houses with lamps. They will beautify the streets, mohallas and temples with Deep malas.
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