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AYODHYA: From blowing of conch shells and ringing of bells to ceaseless chants of 'Jai Shri Ram' and 'Siyavar Ramchandra Ki Jai', streets of this temple town got immersed in a religious fervour on Wednesday as the foundation laying ceremony for a Ram Temple got underway here. Some jewellery shops in the famous Shringaar Haat area turned into places for community television spots as passers-by and even some security personnel and mediapersons joined shopkeepers to watch the live telecast of 'bhoomi poojan' by Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the temple and his speech. District Magistrate of Ayodhya Anuj Kumar Jha said the day passed off peacefully. Senior Superintendent of Police of Ayodhya Deepak Kumar also said the city was was
AYODHYA: Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in the temple town of Ayodhya on Wednesday to lay the foundation stone of the Ram temple. Wearing traditional dhoti-kurta, the Prime Minister deboarded an Air Force helicopter which flew him to Ayodhya from Lucknow. He was welcomed at the Saket helipad by chief minister Yogi Adityanath, among others. The ground-breaking ceremony by Prime Minister Modi for the temple's construction, in the presence of Hindutva movement leaders, including RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat, is being held on a day which coincides with the first anniversary of the annulment of Article 370, a key ideological plank for the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party. Prior to the function, the Prime Minister will take part in 'pooja' and 'darshan'
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday morning left for Ayodhya where he will lay the foundation stone of Ram temple. The Prime Minister's office shared a picture of PM Modi boarding an Air Force plane. He was dressed in traditional dhoti-kurta. "PM Narendra Modi leaves for Ayodhya," the PMO tweeted. A helicopter would fly him to Ayodhya from Lucknow. Prior to the function, the Prime Minister will take part in 'pooja' and 'darshan' at Hanumangarhi, a statement by the PMO said on Tuesday. From Hanumangarhi, the Prime Minister will travel to 'Shree Ram Janmabhoomi' where he will take part in pooja and darshan of 'Bhagwan Shree Ramlala Virajman'. He will also plant a Parijat (Indian night jasmine) sapling.
AYODHYA: The Hanumangarhi temple is being sanitised ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit on August 5 for the 'bhoomi pujan' of Ram temple. PM Modi will initiate a religious ceremony by performing puja at Hanumangarhi temple. It is believed that "without Lord Hanuman, no work of Lord Ram can begin". While speaking to ANI, Raju Das, a priest at the Hanumangarhi Temple, said PM Modi would first visit this temple and offer his prayers, after which he would leave for 'bhoomi pujan' at Ram Janambhoomi. "PM Modi will first visit the Hanuman Garhi temple for prayers and then he will go to Ram Janmabhoomi for laying the foundation stone for Ram temple, so preparations (including sanitisation) are underway for
AYODHYA: As 'bhoomi pujan' of Ram temple is all set to take place on August 5 in Ayodhya, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will initiate the religious ceremony by performing puja at Hanumangarhi temple. The move comes as it is believed that "without Lord Hanuman, no work of Lord Ram can begin". Prime Minister Modi and Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath will be performing the special puja at Hanumangarhi. The Prime Minister will first visit the Hanumangarhi temple to offer prayers and then he will go to Ram Janmabhoomi for laying the foundation stone for Ram temple. Speaking to ANI, priest of Hanumangarhi temple Madhuvan Das said: "Prime Minister and the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh are coming to Ayodhya
AYODHYA: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will offer prayers at the Hanumangarhi temple while en-route to the mega foundation laying ceremony of Ram temple in Ayodhya on August 5. Hanumangarhi is the first stop he would be visiting. The ceremony is expected to last for about seven minutes, during which time three minutes time will be spent on the recital of mantras by Vedic priests for the wellbeing of the Prime Minister and to reduce the spread of Covid-19 in the nation. Speaking to ANI, Mahant Raju Das, the head priest of Hanumangarhi said that they have been allocated only seven minutes' window for Prime Minister's ritual prayers at the temple. "We have been given 7 minutes for the whole premises