Today India celebrates Diwali before Diwali.
5 August 2020 is Ram Mandir Shilanyas in Ayodhya.
The wait for the construction of the magnificent temple of Lord Rama was going on for quite a long time. Bhoomi Pujan is being organized for the construction of the birthplace of Lord Rama on 5th August, Wednesday.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is also going to participate in the event. According to religious tales, Lord Rama was born in the holy land of Ayodhya. Ayodhya has a very high religious significance. Today, we will tell you some interesting facts about the holy land of Ayodhya.
Let us know some interesting facts about Ayodhya.
Ayodhya is one of the Holy Saptapuris
Ayodhya, the sacred birthplace of Lord Rama, is one of the holy Saptakpuris. Apart from Ayodhya, Mathura, Maya (Haridwar), Kashi, Kanchi, Avantika (Ujyini), and Dwarka are included in the holy Saptakpuris.
Ayodhya Town is on the Sudarshan Chakra
According to religious Puranas, The city of Ayodhya is on the sadhana cycle of Lord Vishnu. According to Skanda Purana, Ayodhya is the sacred place of Brahma, Vishnu, and Shankar God.
Vishwakarma Builds Ayodhya City
According to religious tales, Lord Vishnu sent Brahma, Manu, Devshilpi Vishwakarma, and Maharishi Vasistha to select land for their ram avatar.
According to religious beliefs, Ayodhya was selected by Vasistha on the banks of Saryu River and Lord Vishwakarma built the city.
Establishment of Ayodhya
According to religious tales, the son of the sun, Vavautomatic Manu Maharaj, established Ayodhya. King Dasrath, who ruled Ayodhya, was the 63 ruler of Ayodhya.
According to ancient tales, Ayodhya was the old capital of Raghuvanshi kings. According to ancient mentions, the area of Ayodhya was 96 square miles. Ayodhya has been described in detail in the 5th of Valmiki Ramayana.
Kush has Settled Ayodhya
According to religious tales, the city of Ayodhya was deserted after Lord Rama went to his land. It is said that even the insect moth of Ayodhya with Lord Rama had gone to the land of Lord Rama. The son of Lord Shri Ram, Kush, rebuilt the city of Ayodhya.
Thereafter, Ayodhya continued to exist for the next 44 generations of the Sun dynasty. It is said that Ayodhya was once again deserted after the war of Mahabharata.
Ayodhya in Middle Period
In the middle period, Ayodhya was under the rulers of Magadha and the rulers of The Guptas and Kannauj. Here, Syed Salar, nephew of Mahmud Ghazjani, established the Ottoman rule.
In 1526 AD, Babar’s general invaded Ayodhya in 1528 AD and built a mosque here, which was demolished during the 1992 Ramjanmabhoomi movement.
About Ayodhya City
Bhoomi Pujan will be performed for the construction of grand Ram Mandir in Ayodhya on 5th August Wednesday. Prime Minister Narendra Modi to participate in Ram Mandir Bhoomi Pujan program.
After a long wait, It is going to become the magnificent temple of Lord Rama in Ayodhya. Some information about the city of Ayodhya.
Let us know about Ayodhya city…
Religious Significance of Ayodhya, the birthplace of Lord Shree Rama
The birthplace of Lord Rama is called the sacred land of Brahma, Vishnu and Shankar God in Skanda Purana.
According to religious Puranas, the holy City of Ayodhya is on the surdhan cycle of Lord Vishnu. Being the birthplace of Lord Rama, the city of Ayodhya is of great importance.
Ayodhya city is also known as Ayodhya Ji. Bathing in Sita Kund here gives a man freed from all sins and the merits of bathing, chanting, austerity, Huvan, charity, philosophy, meditation, etc., in Ayodhya city.
Ayodhya is on the banks of Saryu River
The holy city of Lord Rama is on the banks of the River Ayodhya Saryu. Maharshi Valmiki has also described Ayodhya city as the holy and sacred city on the banks of Saryu River in the epic Ramayana. Ayodhya is called the holy city. Ayodhya is described as the heaven of gods in Atharvaveda.
Maharaj Vikramaditya builds Temple Sarovar
According to religious tales, Maharaj had once visited Vikramaditya and reached the banks of Saryu River. Here they showed some miracles. Then Maharaj Vikramaditya asked the nearby Saints how these miracles were.
Maharaj Vikramaditya has been told that this land is the sacred Ayodhya city of Lord Rama, so here you are seeing miracles. Thereafter, Maharaj Vikramaditya built temples, Sarovar, wells, etc., in Ayodhya.
Lord Rama’s Son Kush settles Ayodhya City
According to religious tales, after Lord Rama went to his land, the insect moth of Ayodhya had gone to his divine land with Lord Rama, which led to the desolation of Ayodhya.
It is said that the son of Lord Rama, Kush, took the name of Lord Rama and resettled Ayodhya town.
Ayodhya Ranks First in Ancient Cultural Saptapurio
The birthplace of Lord Rama, Ayodhya, is the first place in all the ancient cultural Saptakpurio of India and the Holy City of Ayodhya is also known as Saket Nagri.