Preparations For Ram Mandir Ceremony In Place As PM Modi’s Visit Date Draws Closer
The entire city of Ayodhya is being decked up for the bhoomi pujan on August 5
Preparations are in full swing as Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to be in the sacred city of Ayodhya on August 5 to lay the foundation of the much-awaited Ram Mandir.
Speaking about this, chief priest of the Ayodhya Ram Lalla, Mahant Satyendra Das said the preparations are going as planned and all those invited are expected to grace the Bhoomi Pujan ceremony. He added that the entire city is being decked up for the occasion. A special aspect of the ceremony is that water and soil is being collected from all the holy cities in India, to be used in the grand function.
Adding to this, Swami Govinddev Maharaj, member of the Ram Temple Trust said that they are expecting the temple to be constructed in a minimum of three years and maximum of three-and-a-half years. Speaking on his vision of the Ram Temple, in comparison to other places of worship across the world, he claimed that Ayodhya is the first state to be established in the whole world and will always be revered as a place of paramount importance.
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