Ram Temple continues to receive gifts ahead of its inauguration

As the ‘Pran Pratishtha’ ceremony approaches, a wide range of gifts are constantly arriving in Ayodhya.

Devotees, driven by unwavering devotion, present a multitude of offerings symbolizing their deep reverence for the divine deity.

The emotion surrounding this sacred ritual is tangible, and each gift carries significant meaning and shows the deep spiritual connection between the worshipers and Lord Ram.

From traditional artifacts to contemporary expressions of faith, the generosity shown by devotees reflects the cultural richness and diversity woven into the fabric of devotion.

This grand celebration will serve as a testimony to the enduring connection that unites the faithful with the divine as they prepare to receive the divine essence into the sacred idol during the Pran Pratishtha ceremony.

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Who and what recently arrived in Ayodhya from parts of India?

1. Aligarh Artisan 400kg Padlock for Ram Mandir

VIDEO | A 400 kg padlock for Ram Mandir, made by an Aligarh artisan, arrives in Ayodhya ahead of the Pran Pratishtha ceremony. pic.twitter.com/67lMENyj5q

— Press Trust of India (@PTI_News) January 20, 2024

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Satya Prakash Sharma, a senior craftsman based in Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, famous for making handmade locks, has meticulously created a huge 400 kg lock meant for the Ram Mandir.

Sharma, a devout follower of Lord Ram, put in months of hard work to produce what is now considered “the world’s largest handmade padlock.”

To present this extraordinary creation to the Ram temple authorities, the lock reached its destination in Ayodhya on January 20, marking a significant contribution by the skilled craftsman to the revered temple project.

2. Marathon cyclist from Ahmedabad

HISTORY | Cycle of faith: Marathon riders arrive in Ayodhya, one from Ahmedabad READ: https://t.co/0Ls0Ds6aOr pic.twitter.com/3QmzZZQPGV

— Press Trust of India (@PTI_News) January 20, 2024

Dressed in a saffron robe with ‘Jai Shri Ram’, 63-year-old Nemaram Prajapati marked his arrival in the “land of Lord Ram” by blowing a conch shell and blowing his ‘damru’.

Prajapati completed a challenging barefoot bicycle journey from Ahmedabad in Gujarat, reaching the Ram Path near the grand entrance of the Ram temple this week.

3. Hyderabad’s Special Laddu

#LOOK | Hyderabad, Telangana: A man from Hyderabad prepares a Laddu weighing 1265 kg for offering at the Ayodhya Ram temple. The laddu will be brought to Ayodhya from Hyderabad today in a refrigerated glass box. pic.twitter.com/JPricSOoHW

— AIN (@ANI) January 17, 2024

The ‘Laddu Prasad’, made by Sri Ram Catering Services in Hyderabad and owned by Nagabhushanam Reddy, also successfully reached Ayodhya.

The laddu was transported in a refrigerated glass box. Nagabhushan Reddy mentioned that approximately 30 people worked non-stop for 24 hours to make this laddu.

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4. 108 kg Camphor from Telangana

Before Pran Pratishtha, gifts from all corners arrive at Ayodhya Ram Mandir
Camphor reached Ayodhya Ram Mandir | Image: X

Before the Pran Pratishthan ceremony, a contingent from Telangana also arrived in Ayodhya with camphor, also known as ‘Kapur’.

The 108 kg of chemical-free Kapur brought by the group will be used for the puja and aarti of Ram Lalla.

5. 500 kg of Nagada from Gujarat

Before Pran Pratishtha, gifts from all corners arrive at Ayodhya Ram Mandir
500kg Gujarat ‘nagada’ reached Ayodhya ahead of Ram Mandir takeover | Image: X

A 500 kg ‘nagada’ (drum) has arrived in Ayodhya from Gujarat. It is a chariot dedicated in anticipation of the consecration ceremony at the Ram temple scheduled for January 22.

Made by the Dabgar community in the Daryapur extension of Karnavati, Gujarat, the ‘nagada’ is a creation of the people themselves.

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