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Ram Mandir Pran Pratishtha : Celebrations Across Borders

Ram Mandir Pran Pratishtha

In light of the upcoming Ram Mandir Consecration in Ayodhya, to be held on January 22, 2024, celebrations across international borders with full zeal and enthusiasm can be witnessed.

From Car Rally to Maha- Arti in UK

On January 21, Sunday, the Indian community in London organised a car rally where over 325 cars participated to celebrate the long anticipated occasion of Ram temple in Ayodhya. The rally started from The City Pavillion on Collier Road in West London and travelled through East London before returning to the starting point. The rally was joined by Hindus in huge numbers, chanting “Jai Shree Ram” and celebrating the auspicious milestone. A Maha-Arti also organised later in the evening by the Indian-UK community to mark the occasion.

Celebration Rally in Australia

A similar car rally was observed in Australia which was joined by the Indian residents of Australia. Over 100 cars were lined up by Ram Bhakts, dancing and celebrating the occasion holding flags with Lord Ram’s picture inscribed on it. More events and celebrations will be organised in more than 100 temples in Australia to celebrate the Ram Mandir Pran Pratishthan.

Ramayan Chanting in Mauritius

In Mauritius, the government has declared 2 two-hour breaks for the Hindu community. The President of the Mauritius Sanatan Dharm Temples Federation, Bhojraj Ghoorbin, shared that on January 22, all temples in Mauritius will conduct Ramayan Chanting to mark the Pran Pratishtha of Lord Ram in Ayodhya.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to attend the special event on January 22, where the idol of Shri Ram Lalla will be ceremonially installed in the main part of the impressive temple. Various leaders and important figures from different backgrounds have received invitations to attend the grand opening of the temple in Ayodhya.

The Vedic rituals for the Pran-Pratishtha ceremony of Ram Lalla started a week earlier on January 16, leading up to the main ceremony.