The Pran Pratishtha ceremony to be held at Shri Ram Janmabhoomi in Ayodhya Dham filled with devotion on Monday will begin with auspicious sound. More than 50 captivating musical instruments, from different states will witness this auspicious event for about 2 hours. This grand concert will mark a momentous occasion for every Indian, uniting diverse traditions in the honor of Lord Shri Ram. The designer and organizer of this auspicious musical program is Yatindra Mishra, who is a renowned writer, expert on Ayodhya culture and artist. Kendriya Sangeet Natak Academy has supported him in this work.
The recital will take place just before the auspicious time.
On the auspicious and historical occasion of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Pran-Pratishtha ceremony, from 10 am till just before the Pran-Pratishtha Muhurta, ‘Mangal Dhvani’ will be organized for the auspicious consecration in Shri Ram Janmabhoomi temple for about 2 hours. Champat Rai, General Secretary of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust, said that in the tradition of our Indian culture, on the occasion of any auspicious work, ritual or festival, Mangal Dhvani has been composed in a traditional manner for joy and auspiciousness in front of the deity. In this context, this special occasion of the consecration of Lord Shri Ram is a moment of pride for every Indian in centuries, when we are going to play traditional musical instruments from different regions and states of India in front of Shri Ram Lalla. Are. This Pratistha Mahotsav will conclude in Ayodhya with the auspicious playing of twenty-five prominent and rare musical instruments from different states. It will be presented by artists skilled in those languages.
Major instruments of these states will be played
All types of instruments used in Indian tradition will be played in the temple courtyard. These include Pakhawaj, Flute, Dholak of Uttar Pradesh, Veena of Karnataka, Sundari of Maharashtra, Algoja of Punjab, Mardal of Odisha, Santoor of Madhya Pradesh, Pung of Manipur, Nagara and Kali of Assam, Tambura of Chhattisgarh, Pakhawaj of Bihar, Pakhawaj of Delhi, The best players playing such instruments as Shehnai, Ravanahatha of Rajasthan, Shrikhol of Bengal, Sarod, Ghatam of Andhra, Sitar of Jharkhand, Santar of Gujarat, Nagaswaram of Tamil Nadu, Tavil, Mridang and Hooda of Uttarakhand were selected. Is. This recital will take place at a time when the chanting of Pran Pratistha and the address of the country’s leadership will not be taking place. The important thing is that such great people are coming here with their own inspiration.
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