PM Narendra Modi in Ayodhya: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Ayodhya today on the eve of Diwali. During this, the Prime Minister will inspect the site of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra. He will have darshan and worship of Lord Shri Ramlala Virajman. After this, the symbolic Lord Shri Ram will be coronated.
After reciting the puja, PM Modi will start the grand Deepotsav celebrations. It has been told that Modi will also see aarti, 3-D holographic projection mapping show at New Ghat of river Saryu.
This will be the complete program of Prime Minister Narendra Modi
- Prime Minister Narendra Modi will have darshan and worship of Lord Shri Ramlala Virajman at around 5 pm on Sunday. After this he will go out to inspect the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi pilgrimage site.
- After inspecting the pilgrimage site, PM Narendra Modi will perform the coronation of the symbolic Lord Shri Ram at around 5:45 pm.
- After the coronation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will reach the New Ghat of the Saryu river at around 6:30 pm and will see the aarti here. After watching the aarti, the grand Deepotsav ceremony will be started by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. This program will be special in many ways and the thugs will keep an eye on it. It is better that you do not use them carefully.
- This year, the sixth edition of Deepotsav is being organized and this is the first time that the Prime Minister himself has come to Ayodhya to personally participate in the celebrations. More than Rs 15 lakh diyas will be lit on this special occasion. Five animated tableaux and eleven Ramlila tableaux along with various dance forms from different states will also be displayed during the Deepotsav. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will enjoy a grand musical laser show here as well as a 3-D holographic projection mapping show at Ram ki Paidi on the banks of river Saryu. UP CM Yogi Adityanath will also be present during PM’s presence in the program.
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