The opening ceremony of the Ram temple in Ayodhya will be held on January 22. On this day, the idol of Ram Lalla will be worshipped. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be present at the event. In addition, about 11,000 guests from home and abroad have been invited to the opening ceremony of the day. The BJP government in Uttar Pradesh on Wednesday announced the gifts and mementos to be handed over to the invitees.
Every invitee to the Pranaprathishta ceremony on January 22 will be given a Motichoor laddu as prasad. Apart from this, ‘Ramraj’ will also be given. But what is Ramayan? The Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust, which is responsible for the construction and maintenance of the Ram temple, said that Ramrajya is a special soil. The soil collected during the foundation of the Ram temple will be wrapped in small packets. The members of the trust consider this land as’ sacred ‘. A trust member said, “We are fortunate that we can keep this soil at home. ” Those who are not able to visit Ayodhya on January 22, can come to the temple later to collect ‘Ramrajya’.
It is not known what gifts will be handed over to Modi on that day. The Uttar Pradesh government will hand over a 15-metre-tall portrait of the Ram temple to the prime minister. The photo will be placed inside a jute bag. The ‘Pranpratishtha’ ceremony will start at 12: 20 pm. A team of priests led by Laxmikant Dixit will preside over the main function.