With PM Modi, Ayodhya lights up for the sixth “Deepotsav”

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While the laser show illuminated the skies, the reflection of the diyas in the Saryu river offered a spectacular scene. The people of Ayodhya sprang up and chanted “Jai Shri Ram.”

It appeared to be heaven on earth when more than 17 lakh earthen diyas flared up, creating a mesmerising scene on the banks of the Saryu River in Ayodhya. While the laser show illuminated the skies, the reflection of the diyas in the Saryu river offered a spectacular scene. The people of Ayodhya sprang up and chanted “Jai Shri Ram.”Upon entering the Ram Janambhoomi temple, Prime Minister Narendra Modi burned five ghee “diyas” and offered prayers.
Diya lights used as a metaphor for “Deepotsav.”

On Sunday night, shortly after arriving in Ayodhya, Modi went to the Ram Janambhoomi temple to pray before checking over the ongoing construction there. Governor Anandiben Patel of Uttar Pradesh and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath were in his company.Here, he also burned a “diya,” after which he spoke with the construction crew building the temple.

The Prime Minister then went to the Ram Katha Park to offer Lord Ram a “abhishek.”Speaking to the crowd, the prime minister declared that Lord Ram belonged to the entire nation and that it was everyone’s responsibility to follow Lord Ram’s example.He went on to say that one should take a lesson from Lord Ram on how to treat people with dignity and bring them all together.

“Additionally, our constitution mentions inclusivity as well as fundamental rights and obligations. For all of us, this Diwali is unique since it falls on “Amrit Kaal,” which commemorates 75 years of freedom “added he.According to Modi, the message of Lord Ram is being propagated around the world through Deepotsav, Ram Lila, and other Lord Ram-related events.

According to him, cultural development results in overall development.”Examples of this include Queen Hoe Memorial and Nishad Raj Park. Not only will this type of development improve relationships between people, but it will also create jobs “Added he. Speaking at the ceremony, the Chief Minister said that the Prime Minister served as his motivation for starting the Deepotsav programme in 2017 and that the event has grown every year since.

He continued by saying that the Prime Minister served as an inspiration for other projects that were being finished, including the Krishna corridor in Mathura and the Kashi Vishwanath Dham corridor.Following his “aarti” near the banks of the Saryu River, Modi entertained the crowd with a spectacular display of green fireworks and a laser show.

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