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How to Get to Ayodhya, for the Ram Temple Ceremony? 


How to Get to Ayodhya, for the Ram Temple Ceremony?  - The Hard News Daily

On January 22, the “Pran Pratishtha” ritual will be performed at the Ram temple in Ayodhya. ‘Yajman’ (primary host) and prime minister Narendra Modi will be present at the ceremonial event. The occasion will also be graced by the presence of numerous more dignitaries, including Bollywood stars and sportsmen. The festivities will start early on Monday morning, but the “Pran Pratishtha” isn’t supposed to start until around noon; it will last for an hour.Many places in India will be able to watch the highly anticipated event live on television. To ensure that all federal employees are able to attend the ceremony, the administration has also decided that staff will have a half day on Monday.

Passion for participating in this momentous occasion is on the rise as the hallowed ‘Pran Pratishtha’ ritual at the Ayodhya Ram Temple draws near. As such, here is how you can arrange to go to Ayodhya in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh to attend the ritual.

How to reach Ayodhya for Ram Mandir ceremony? 

Ayodhya will host the consecration ceremony of Lord Ram on January 22, and Prime Minister Modi will preside over it. The ceremony is scheduled to start at 12:20 pm and wrap up at 1 pm. The mandir will be accessible to the public following the opening of the Ram Temple. It should be mentioned that all three aartis are only accessible to pass holders. Each aarti will have a limit of 30 pass holders. On January 23, the day following the consecration ceremony, the temple will be open to worshippers.

There are a number of methods to reach the sacred city, though, provided that your invitation is legitimate. View routes at this link:

By air 

In December of last year, Prime Minister Modi dedicated Ayodhya International Airport. Special flights to the city have been announced by several airlines in honor of the grand ceremony. Airports in Lucknow (Chaudhary Charan Singh International), Prayagraj, and Varanasi are also accessible by air for tourists.

By train

Parallel to the airport, there is a specialized Ayodhya railway station that is well-connected by trains from several zones. Numerous trains are at guests’ disposal, based on the states or towns of origin.

By road 

To get to Ayodhya, you can take one of the many public or private service buses that run frequently. The Uttar Pradesh Transport Corporation operates bus services to and from most important cities in the state, including Delhi, Lucknow, and Gorakhpur.

It is worth mentioning that the opening of the Ram Mandir can also be viewed online. Anyone interested in virtually attending the inauguration can do so by visiting NDTV’s website or following the network on social media. Visit to watch live. You may also find the updates on the NDTV live blog. In addition to the NDTV India homepage, the event will be broadcast live on NDTV’s regional websites.



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