- On the sixth day of Pran Pratishtha several rituals were performed
By Our Correspondent
Ayodhya: The consecration ceremony of the Shri Ram Temple began on the sixth day (Sunday) in the morning at nine o’clock. The idol of Lord Rama was bathed with sacred water from 114 Kalash (vases), containing medicated water and holy water from various pilgrimage sites from across the country.
The ceremony included daily worship, havan, and chanting, which continued until late in the evening. The idol of Lord Ram Lalla was placed in the Madhyadhivas and Jagran at night was also held on the same day. In the ritual hall, the old idol of Lord Rama is also being worshipped. Pujas were conducted using various flowers brought from different places, including Chennai and Pune.
In addition, in Sunday’s worship, Anil Mishra, along with his family, and Dr R. N. Singh, the President of the VHP, participated on behalf of the pilgrimage site of Lord Rama’s birthplace.
The consecration ceremony began on January 16, in the afternoon, starting from the Sarayu River. The arrival of the idol of Lord Rama in the temple complex took place on January 17. The Pran Pratishtha will be completed on Monday afternoon during the auspicious Abhijit Muhurat.