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PM Modi to attend Deepotsav celebrations in Ayodhya today

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The sixth iteration of Deepotsav is taking place this year, and the Prime Minister will be taking part in the festivities in person for the first time. Around 5 o’clock, PM Modi will offer Bhagwan Shree Ramlala Virajman’s darshan and puja.

PM Modi will tour the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra after the prayer session.

“He will perform the Rajyabhishek of the symbolic Bhagwan Shri Ram at approximately 5:45 o’clock. The Prime Minister will attend Aarti at New Ghat on the Saryu River at around 6:30 PM, and then the major Deepotsav festivities will begin “have a look at a PMO official statement.

The highways in Ayodhya can be seen with cut-out hoarding photographs of both Prime Minister Modi and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. The city was ready for the magnificent welcome of the pair.

The Chief Minister will take part in the Shobha Yatra in Ram Katha Park before the arrival of the Prime Minister. The programme to celebrate the incarnations of Lord Shri Ram, Mata Sita, Lakshman, and Bharat Milap would include participation from the chief minister.

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

On the occasion of “Deepotsav,” thousands of “Diyas” (earthen lights) are waiting to be lighted up along the banks of the River Sarayu.

On this day, more than 15 lakh diyas would be lit. During Deepotsav, there will also be five animated tableau displays and eleven Ramleela tableau displays including various dance styles from various states. Along with the Grand Musical Laser Show, the Prime Minister will also see the 3-D Holographic Projection Mapping Show at Ram Ki Paidi on the banks of the Saryu River.

Yogi Adityanath, the chief minister, began the “Deepotsav” in the first year of his taking office in 2017, and Ayodhya is prepared to celebrate another big, lit Diwali under his leadership.

Many local and foreign flowers have been used to beautify Ram Janmbhoomi in Ayodhya.

To make the Deepotsav 2022 even more stunning, rangolis made of flowers are adorned at every crossroads in Ayodhya.

The festival will feature a variety of traditional dances from Uttar Pradesh and numerous other states, including “Dhobia,” “Faruwahi,” “Rai,” and “Chhau.”

The Ram temple, Ramlalla, and Ramayana gates will be decorated by groups of specialised artisans from places like Mathura, Sitapur, and other locations. The Ram temple has been embellished with 2,000 bundles of gerbera flowers and forty quintals of marigolds.

The rangolis were created with six quintals of white, blue, yellow, purple, and green flower petals.

The performers of “Braj” in Awadh will enthral the audience with the customs, language, and distinctive features of the Rama-Krishna homeland.

The Department of Tourism and Culture is working with the District Administration to put on the Deepotsav celebration in Ayodhya. The tourism department has also made preparations to welcome pilgrims and visitors from all across the nation and the world to the holy city for the elaborate Deepotsava festival on Diwali.

To lead people down memory lane during the festival of lights, the city has been decorated with signs and banners from the Ramayana era.

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