Diwali New World Record to set in Ayodhya today with light of 3.35 lakh lamps

Nov 06 2018 09:20 AM
Diwali New World Record to set  in Ayodhya today with light of 3.35 lakh lamps

On Tuesday, in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh, i.e.; today, the grand Diwali celebration will be organized. According to the sources, Diwali will be celebrated in all the Ayodhya by burning around 3.35 lakh lamps on both sides of Saryu River. In this special event, Kim Jung-Sook, South Korea's first woman, is to be welcomed as the chief guest. The city is well decorated for the grand welcome of Kim Jung-Sook, and roads and heritage buildings are bathed in light. Let us tell you that the statue of Lord Rama and Lord Hanuman has been installed on the banks of the Sarayu River, whereas a grand archway is built near the venue of the main event. Significantly, Ayodhya is believed to be the birthplace of Hindu Lord Krishna of Arad.

For information, the temples near the Ghats of Sarayu River are decorated with colorful lights and millions of lamps have been planted on all stairs of the ghat. Diyas will be burnt on Tuesday in the welcome of Kim. One purpose of burning all these lights is to register it in the Guinness Book of World Records. The Vivas administration, along with its five thousand volunteers, has given three lakh 35 thousand lamp to the 24 ghats of Ram's padi till Monday evening. At the same time, the team of Guinness Book of Records has reached the Ghat situated at Ram Padi. The Guinness Book of Records team  will be doing videography of each ghat.

It has been heard that this festival is organized on 12 Ghats. 

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