Ayodhya Painted In Lord Ram’s Favourite Colour For Temple Bhoomi Pujan
About 176 people have gathered in the Ram Janmabhoomi for the bhoomi pujan, along with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
As the commemoration of Lord Ram’s temple takes place in Ayodhya, the streets and venue are currently decked and have been painted yellow or pitambar. The day has finally arrived for the foundation of the Ram Temple to be installed at the Ram Janmabhoomi in the city of Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh. About 176 people have gathered in the Ram Janmabhoomi for the bhoomi pujan, along with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The government of the state has painted the city’s houses in pitambari hue or yellow. It is known to be the favourite colour of Lord Ram.
Talking about the ochre yellow shade and its significance, a resident of Ayodhya, Amrita Shukla told a leading news channel, “This is the favourite colour of our beloved Ram. We have painted all our houses in yellow.” Interestingly, if you go back in time and see the shades that were used by Lord Ram and reflected in his attires, you will see it is true. In fact, Devi Sita and Laxman also wore the same hues as they ventured on the 14-year exile. In all the murals and paintings of Lord Ram, you can see that he is wearing pitambari hued clothes.
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