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Before the consecration, PM Modi shares a song by Swasti Mehul called Ram Bhajan.

 

The nation is preparing for the ‘Pran Pratishtha’ event of Lord Rama, which is slated to take place in Ayodhya Ram Mandir on January 22. More than 7000 people have been invited to the eagerly anticipated event, which is currently in full preparation. Ministers, famous personalities, and other distinguished individuals are on the lengthy guest list. Sadhus will start the Ramlala idol’s “darshan” after the guests have left.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi shared a Ram Bhajan with Swasti Mehul on Twitter prior to the consecration. “If you listen to this hymn of Swasti ji once, it keeps resonating in the ears for a long time,” he commented, sharing the lovely music. Tears well up in the eyes and emotions flood the head. #ShriRamBhajan.

In addition, PM Modi posted the moving bhajan “Mere Ghar Ram Aaye Hain” by Jubin Nautial on Twitter. He shared the song and said, “Everyone in the nation, including Ayodhya, is celebrating Rammay on the auspicious day of Lord Shri Ram’s consecration. This heartfelt welcome bhajan, full of devotion to Ram Lala, is performed by Jubin Nautiyal ji, Payal Dev ji, and Manoj Muntashir ji.

In the meanwhile, a unique invitation card has been created for each person that will attend the January 22 consecration of Ramlala, in both Hindi and English. On that day, the ‘Pran Pratishtha’ puja will start at 11:30 AM, and at 12:30 PM, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will speak to the distinguished visitors.

Concerning the Ram Temple, it is being built in the traditional Nagar style and will be 380 feet long, 250 feet wide, and 161 feet tall (east to west). The temple will have three floors, each standing to a height of twenty feet. In addition, the temple will have 44 doorways and 392 pillars in total.

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