Divine unveiling: grand inauguration of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Mandir

By Our Reporter
3D model of the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Mandir // Pic supplied by Nick Attam

In the sacred heart of Ayodhya, amidst the ethereal symphony of Bhakti and spirituality, a momentous event is poised to unfold—the grand unveiling of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Mandir on the auspicious day of 22 January 2024. This celestial occasion, graced by the divine presence of the Hon’ble Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi Ji, transcends the boundaries of time and space, resonating profoundly with the hearts of the Indian community worldwide.

The Ram Janmabhoomi movement: A symphony of bhakti

Let us embark on a soul-stirring journey through the corridors of time, where the Ram Janmabhoomi movement emerges as a symphony of unwavering Bhakti and collective yearning. This narrative traverses the realms of dreams and aspirations, leading to the reclamation of sacred land and the manifestation of the grand Ram Mandir—a symbol of devotion and unity.

The Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Mandir interior under construction // Pic supplied by Nick Attam
The invitation: an offering of bhakti

The intricate design of the invitation cards mirrors the splendour of the temple in the making, echoing the sentiments of devoted hearts. Crafted with meticulous care, each card becomes a vessel of Bhakti, bearing an imposing image of the temple and a portrayal of a youthful Lord Ram, infusing divinity into every crease. These cards extend a universal embrace to the Indian community worldwide, inviting them to partake in the divine convergence.

Indian PM Narendra Modi (c) // Pic supplied by Nick Attam

A divine presence: Narendra Modi—the messenger of sraddha

As the ceremony on 22 January unfolds, it becomes a canvas painted with divinity, graced by the presence of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The meticulously crafted invitation cards, presented in both Hindi and English, reflect the profound planning behind this celestial event. The guest list, which includes sadhus, seers, and foreign dignitaries, stands as a testament to the universal significance of this transformative moment.

Pic supplied by Nick Attam

Auspicious ceremony details: a glimpse into sacred kala

Each invitation set unfurls a sacred saga, comprising the main invitation card, the “Pran Pratishtha” program card, and a booklet narrating the spiritual journey of the Ram Janmabhoomi movement. The main invitation card, adorned with a silhouetted image of the upcoming Ram temple, becomes a portal to sacred realms, whispering the sacred hour of 12:20 pm on Monday, 22 January 2024.

The Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Mandir exterior under construction // Pic supplied by Nick Attam

A divine aura: Karnataka’s Yogiraj Arun’s Ram Lalla—an epitome of joy

In a joyous turn of events, Karnataka sculptor Yogiraj Arun’s Ram Lalla is set to grace the sacred grounds of Ayodhya on 22 January. This news adds an additional layer of elation to the grand inauguration, as the sculptor’s creation becomes a testament to artistic prowess and profound devotion. The mother of Yogiraj Arun, overwhelmed with joy, expresses this divine achievement as the ‘happiest moment’ of her life.

Yogiraj Arun’s Ram Lalla, crafted with meticulous care and infused with spiritual essence, adds a unique dimension to the sacred ceremony. Witnessing the convergence of art, devotion, and history, the Indian community around the world, including those in Australia, is invited to share in the everlasting spiritual resonance of the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Mandir.

Mr Yogiraj Arun with the Ram Lalla idols he sculpted // Pic supplied by Nick Attam

May the installation of Yogiraj Arun’s Ram Lalla on this sacred day create ripples of joy and reverence that extend far beyond the physical boundaries of the temple itself.

Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi ji will perform Prana Pratishtha of Shri Vigraha of Bhagwan Shri Ramlalla Sarkar in Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Mandir on 22 January 2024.

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