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PM Modi Said, Don’t Come to Ayodhya 

In a recent speech, Indian Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi appealed to devotees to don’t come to Ayodhya on January 22. Modi requested the entire nation not to plan to participate in the Pran Pratishtha (inaugural ceremony) of lord Rama. 

The inaugural ceremony of Ram Temple (Ram Mandir) is all set to take place on the 14th of next month. Every Ram devotee is eager to witness Ram Lalla’s return home, and they are planning to join the ceremony in Ayodhya. However, Indian PM Narendra Modi has appealed to cancel the plans. 

During the inauguration of the Ayodhya airport, Mr. Modi expressed that he understands the desire of every devotee of Lord Ram to be a part of this historic event unfolding in Ayodhya. However, accommodating 1.4 billion devotees in one place is not feasible and could disrupt the solemnity of the ceremony dedicated to our deity. Hence, I earnestly request that all Ram Bhakts across India, particularly those from Uttar Pradesh, refrain from visiting Ayodhya on January 22.”

Devotees can visit Ram Temple after January 23

In his speech, Mr. Prime Minister also mentioned that devotees can come and visit Ram Temple once the ceremony closes. He said devotees from all over the world can come to see Ram Lalla after January 23. 

He also mentioned that only a few selected guests are allowed to come to Ayodhya during the inauguration ceremony. Some Bollywood celebrities, businessmen, politicians, and dharma gurus are only invited to the ceremony. 

Let us tell you that the preparation and some rituals will already begin on January 16 and will last till January 22. Therefore, visiting Ayodhya to see Ram Temple, even from the outside, will not be possible from 16 to 22. However, you can visit Ayodhya right after the ceremony ends. 

Click here to learn all about the Ram Temple inauguration ceremony, schedule, and how to book Aarti passes. 

Celebrate Diwali on January 22, said Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi also appealed to the devotees to decorate their homes, lit the lamps, and celebrate Diwali on 22. He said I joint handly appeal to every Indian or Ram Bhakt to celebrate the inauguration ceremony as Diwali in your homes. He added, please light the lights in your homes and worship lord Rama on this great occasion. 


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