Ram Mandir Bhoomi Poojan: PM Modi to visit Hanumangarhi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is coming to worship the land on 5 August for the shri ram temple, who is enshrined in Ram Janmabhoomi, will pay obeisance at Hanumangarhi and will also visit Maa Saryu. These programs of the Prime Minister were not officially confirmed. Yet it has been reported that Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has urged the PMO to make this program.

Preparations to make Bhoomi Pujan unforgettable

On August 5 at the Ram Janmabhoomi, 50 celebrities from different regions of the country will also participate in the Bhoomi Poojan program to be held by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Apart from this, Sanatan Dharmavalambi Jain and Sikh religious leaders will also be included along with Buddhist teacher Dalai Lama. At the meeting of the All India Executive of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh in Bhopal, the national officials of various allied organizations have been entrusted with the responsibility of contacting celebrities from different fields. Indresh, an all-India executive member and pracharak of the Sangh, has been given the responsibility of contacting the top religious leaders of the Sanatan tradition to ensure their presence. He had been in contact with the Buddhist religious Dalai Lama and Muslim religious leaders before, explaining the authentic aspect of Ram's birthplace to them.

On the instructions of the Deputy Chief Minister of the state, Keshav Prasad Maurya, a dozen toran gates have been directed by the Public Works Department to welcome the Prime Minister. However, from the security point of view, these archways will not be built on the possible route of the Prime Minister's arrival.

The VHP said that there are beliefs behind taking Prime Minister Modi to mythological places. Hanuman ji is considered the crown prince of Ayodhya. Before taking water samadhi in Guptar Ghat, Lord Rama had given the burden of Ayodhya to him. On the other hand, Saryu itself is not only an identity of ancient Ayodhya but a proof. That is why his darshan-pujan has been included in the Prime Minister's program.

The district administration has revised the time of Ramlala's visit to Ramjanmabhoomi. The duration of the darshan in the first shift has been increased by one hour. According to the program released by Additional District Magistrate Law and Order JP Singh, the time of darshan was earlier from 7 am to 11 am and from 2 pm to 6 pm in the afternoon. According to the revised period from July 27, Ramlala will now be seen from 7 am to 12 noon. While the time of darshan has been fixed from 2 pm to 6 pm.