Prime Minister Modi’s Sacred Moment in Ram Janmabhoomi Temple Inauguration”

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In a mesmerizing span of the holiest 84 seconds within the 48-minute ‘Abhijeet muhurat’, Prime Minister Modi, in a profound gesture, unveiled the divine gaze of Lord Ram’s idol. Amidst the sacred rituals of the pran pratishtha ceremony at the newly erected Ram Janmabhoomi Temple in Ayodhya, PM Modi, accompanied by dignitaries such as UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, Governor Anandiben Patel, RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat, and Trust Chairman Mahant Nritya Gopal Das, bowed in reverence to Lord Ram after completing the consecration.

The pinnacle of this spiritual event occurred during the exclusive 84 seconds of the ‘Abhijeet muhurat’ from 12:29:03 pm to 12:30:35 pm, as PM Modi symbolically opened the eyes of the enchanting 51-inch idol crafted by Karnataka’s Arun Yogiraj. This masterpiece, portraying a five-year-old Ram Lalla, was chosen for its embodiment of innocence, divinity, and regality.

Adorned with exquisite jewelry from head to toe, the idol features a golden bow and arrow in its hands and a silver and red tilak on its divine forehead. Clad in a yellow dhoti harmonizing with the hues of flowers and dazzling jewelry, Ram Lalla’s presence emanates divine grace.

Following the completion of the consecration rituals, PM Modi conducted the aarti, seeking the blessings of the revered saints present within the temple precincts. This monumental event, spanning a week-long consecration ceremony, commenced on January 16, culminating in this sacred moment.

The significance of the Ram Mandir inauguration extends beyond borders, capturing the attention not only of the nation but also resonating with a global audience. The architectural marvel of the Ram Janmabhoomi Mandir, constructed in the traditional Nagara style, stands 380 feet in length (east-west), 250 feet in width, and 161 feet in height. Adorned with 392 pillars and 44 doors, the three-storied Mandir showcases intricately sculpted depictions of Hindu deities, gods, and goddesses, marking a monumental milestone in India’s rich cultural and religious history.

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