Ram Mandir Ground Breaking: Hanumangarhi Temple embellished before PM Modi's arrival

Bhoomi Pujan for Ram temple in Ayodhya will take place today. Ayodhya has been completely brightened for Bhoomi Pujan. Ayodhya has been painted yellow for Bhoomi Pujan celebrations. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will lay the foundation stone of Ram Temple. The famous Hanumangarhi temple of Ayodhya has been embellished. Prime Minister is going to visit Hanumangarhi temple for the first time on Wednesday, that is why this temple has been fully illuminated. It is also believed that before seeing Lord Rama, the devotee should see Hanuman Ji as it is auspicious.

Apart from this, the priests of the temple are following the guidelines related to the Covid-19 epidemic. Due to this, they will not be able to meet Prime Minister Modi. Mahant Raju Das of Hanumangarhi said that "All of us in the temple had prepared to offer mace, crown, silver brick, Angavastram and a turban to the Prime Minister, but due to Covid-19 this will not be possible, Therefore, we have cancelled the program." He said that "Chief Minister visited Hanumangarhi on Monday. Now the Prime Minister will offer prayers on Wednesday, but all the priests will stay away from him. No one will be allowed to go near him. The Prime Minister will stay here for five-seven minutes."

Mahant Das also said, "All preparations for Prime Minister Modi's visit are almost complete and the Bhoomi Pujan program of Ram temple in Ayodhya will be historic." He further stated the importance of Hanuman Garhi, "It is believed that no work is complete without taking the blessings of Lord Hanuman. He said that all the Vedic rituals in Hanumangarhi temple had started on Monday and it would continue till Bhoomi Pujan".

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