PM Modi commences 11-day special ritual leading to ‘Pran Pratishtha’ of Shri Ramlala in Ayodhya Dham

JNS: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has embarked on an extraordinary 11-day special ritual as part of the preparations leading up to the ‘Pran Pratishtha’ (consecration) of Shri Ramlala in Ayodhya Dham, scheduled for the 22nd of this month.

In an audio message shared via his social media platform, Modi expressed his profound sense of Ram Bhakti (devotion to Lord Ram), which has enveloped the entire nation in the lead-up to the momentous Pran Pratishtha.

Describing this occasion as a divine blessing, the Prime Minister shared his deep emotional connection with the event, highlighting that it marks a unique and unparalleled experience of devotion in his life.

He expressed his gratitude for the privilege of being present at a historic moment, a dream that generations of Indians have cherished in their hearts for years.

PM acknowledged that he sees himself as an instrument of God, representing all the people of India in this sacred endeavor. He humbly sought the blessings of the people, sages, and the Almighty for the successful completion of this monumental undertaking.

PM expressed his joy in commencing the ritual from Nashik Dham – Panchavati, the place where Lord Ram spent significant time during his exile.

In a heartfelt tribute to the unwavering devotion of Lord Ram’s devotees, the Prime Minister noted that while he will be physically witnessing this sacred moment, he carries with him the collective spirit and support of all 140 crore Indians in his heart.

The commencement of this 11-day ritual signifies the significance and spiritual importance attached to the Pran Pratishtha of Shri Ramlala in Ayodhya Dham, an event that holds immense cultural and religious significance for the nation.

PM’s active participation underscores his commitment to this historic event and his dedication to preserving and celebrating India’s rich heritage.

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