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Ramotsav 2024: CM Yogi participates in 1008 Kundiya Hanuman Mahayagya in Ayodhya

  • Gorakshpeethadhishwar Yogi Adityanath meets Tulsi Peethadhishwar Shri Rambhadracharya in Ayodhya

By Our Correspondent

Ayodhya: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath met Tulsi Peethadheeshwar Jagadguru Shri Ramabhadracharya during his visit to Ayodhya on Friday. The Chief Minister attended Amrit Mahotsav organized near Kashi Ram Colony in Ayodhya to celebrate the 75th birthday of Padma Shree Shri Ramabhadracharya. This event began on January 14 and will continue until January 22.

He further participated in the 1008 Kundiya Hanuman Mahayagya taking place at the event venue, where he also offered prayers for the prosperity, health, and well-being of Uttar Pradesh .

CM Yogi paid respect to Jagadguru Shri Ramabhadracharya

Upon his arrival in Ayodhya, CM Yogi first paid a visit to Jagadguru Shri Ramabhadracharya, extending his respects by offering ‘ang vastra’. He further inquired about Jagadguru’s health and well-being.

The Chief Minister greeted the devotees and attendees present at the event venue who were taking photos and videos on their mobile phones while being eager to catch a glimpse of the CM.

Grand welcome of CM Yogi in Amrit Mahotsav

Upon arriving at the Amrit Mahotsav, CM Yogi was given a grand welcome. Seated in a vintage car, he reached inside the Katha Sthal. During this, several dignitaries were present, including the successor of Shri Ramabhadracharya, Ramchandra Das, State Government Ministers Surya Pratap Shahi, Jaiveer Singh, and MLA Dr. Amit Singh Chauhan, among others.

CM Yogi took stock of the preparations for consecration ceremony

The Chief Minister also reached the Ram temple where he took stock of the preparations for the consecration ceremony. Later, he participated in the worship ceremony and observed the grand temple and inspected the entire temple premises in preparation for the event scheduled for January 22. He gathered information about the arrangements from Dinesh, patron of Vishwa Hindu Parishad. He further instructed local administration-police officials to maintain proper arrangements.

 

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