PM Modi arrives in Ayodhya to participate in Deepotsav

23 October, 2022 | Pravina Srivastava

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives Ayodhya today to take part in the Deepotsav celebrations.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives Ayodhya today to take part in the Deepotsav celebrations.

PM Modi was greeted by Uttar Pradesh Chief minister Yogi Adityanath, and governor Anandiben Patel. On the eve of Deepawali, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend the big “Deepotsav” ceremonies at Lord Rama’s “janmbhoomi.”

Ayodhya will be covered in a profusion of domestic and foreign flowers during the Deepotsav, which is breaking all previous records.

To make the Deepotsav 2022 even more stunning, rangolis made of flowers are adorned at every crossroads in Ayodhya. Earthen bulbs have been artistically arranged along the banks of the river Saryu in a design that will be lit as soon as dusk falls.

Ayodhya’s security has been stepped up in anticipation of the Prime Minister’s visit.

Yogi Adityanath administration will promote “Dhobia” and “Faruwahi” dancers in addition to the state’s spiritual and religious importance through the organisation of “Deepotsav.”

An official release noted, “The artists of ‘Braj’ in Awadh will mesmerise the audience with the culture, language, and distinctive traits of the country of Rama-Krishna.”

On the occasion of “Deepotsav,” the banks of the River Sarayu are eagerly awaiting illumination with millions of clay lights.

This year, the Information Department is preparing 11 of the 16 chariots, of which 5 will be digitised and will be transported by the Tourism Department on open trucks. The model of the Ram temple and the model of Ayodhya’s growth in 2047 will be shown in scenarios from the Ramayana period.