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PM Narendra Modi will perform ‘Bhumi Pujan’ for Ram Mandir at Ayodhya on 5th August 2020, hence the atmosphere of enthusiasm in India
The ‘bhoomi pujan’ (formal breaking of ground to start a development work) of the Ram Mandir at Ayodhya will be performed on August 5 by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
A day after the primary gathering of the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust—where two dates, August 3 and 5 were recommended for the service—a last date has been affirmed.
The function will happen somewhere in the range of 11am and 1.30pm during the Abhijaat mahurat—a period held to be incomprehensibly promising in the Vedic Astrology framework.
There was hypothesis on whether Modi would be available face to face for the function. The soothsayers of Ayodhya, in the mean time, had communicated their desire that he join in and play out the bhoomi pujan, and not simply be a piece of it for all intents and purposes.
On 5 August, Prime Minister Modi will likewise meet the Ram Janmabhoomi Sangharsh Yatra, will also see the antiquities found in the excavation.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will also be aware of the major events of the Ram Janmabhoomi Sangharsh Yatra before the foundation stone of Ram temple and Bhoomi Pujan on August 5 in Ayodhya.
The culture department of the state has planned to organize a large exhibition on this occasion. This exhibition will contain the details of the entire incident of the struggle of Ram Janmabhoomi and those who played a major role in it.
Apart from this, the antiquities found in the excavation of the birthplace will also be shown in the exhibition.
There will also show evidence found around the world
According to YP Singh, director of the Ayodhya Research Institute, there is also a plan to show evidence related to Ram’s cultural world-class in the research and survey conducted by the institute in various countries of the world including Iran, Iraq.
Apart from this, pictures related to the development of Deepotsav and Ayodhya celebrated in Ayodhya on the occasion of Diwali last year will also be displayed in this exhibition. The revised model of the grand temple of Lord Rama is also proposed to be displayed at the exhibition site.
Can also issue postage stamps
On this occasion, preparations have been started to release postage stamps on the Ram temple in the hands of the Prime Minister and the cover of the Ramayana Encyclopaedia being prepared by the Ayodhya Research Institute.
Prime Minister Modi will visit this exhibition before the Bhoomi Pujan and foundation laying program. The proposal of organizing the above exhibition by the Department of Culture was also discussed in the meeting of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s visit to Ayodhya and preparations for the arrival of the Prime Minister. Sriram Janma Bhoomi Trust and Ayodhya District Administration will also play a role in this.
The soil of Mahahar Dham will be used in the construction of Ram temple
Dead a team of Vishwa Hindu Parishad left on Wednesday carrying the soil of the religious Siddhapeeth Mahahar Dham, which has the mythological significance of the area, for use in the construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya.
The team arrived under the leadership of District President Pradeep Kumar Mishra of the Council was handed over the mud in the pit by Jitendra Nath Pandey, President of Mahahar Dham Shiv Temple Committee.
The District President informed that the soil from the religious shrine of 22 districts of the Kashi region will be collected in Prayagraj. From there, the people of Ayodhya will reach everyone on August 4.
On the other hand, Shashi Pandey of Mahahar Dham said that it is a privilege of this region that the soil here is not less than any sandalwood. People from all over the region are feeling proud of this work. The soil of the holy land here will be applied in the construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya.
It has been said that the auspicious work should be done as soon as possible. The work of making the entire Hindu society proud by starting the construction of the grand temple of Lord Shri Ram is being done.
The whole world is eager to see this great work happening and become a witness. On this occasion, Treasurer Rambachan Singh, Secretary Virendra Singh, Mahendra Singh, Sheshiprakash Singh, Praveen Patwa, Jayaprakash Pandey, Srikant Singh, Brijesh Singh, Shivlal Yadav, Shivram Singh, Nirbhay Narayan Singh, Sachindra Singh, Gulab Das, Sub Inspector Nageswara Tiwari, Maujnath Giri, village head Vashistha Sharma, etc. were present