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5,84,572 diyas lit in Ayodhya, making Guinness world record for ‘largest display of oil lamps’

Deepotsav celebrations started on Friday in Ayodhya in the presence of Uttar Pradesh governor Anandiben Patel and chief minister Yogi Adityanath.

The Diwali occasion additionally noticed the lighting of a record 5.84 lakh earthen lamps on the banks of the River Saryu in Ayodhya, thus making it to Guinness world information.

 

Several new growth initiatives have been launched to mark the event.

“Our generation is not only fortunate to see the start of the construction of a Ram temple here but we also attended the historic event. In the struggle of 500 years, many saints passed away with a dream to see the start of construction. I thank PM Modi who is the one who implemented the ideology of Ram Rajya,” Yogi Adityanath mentioned whereas addressing the ‘Deepotsav’ occasion, based on information company PTI.

“We have celebrated Deepotsav following all Covid-19 guidelines, we must follow the same during the construction of Ram Mandir. Let us pledge to observe ‘do gaj ki doori, mask hai zaroori’ during this Diwali,” he added, based on information company ANI.

  Prime Minister Narendra Modi had carried out the ‘bhoomi pujan’ of a Supreme Court-mandated Ram temple in Ayodhya on August 5 this 12 months.

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) authorities in Uttar Pradesh began Deepotsav celebration in Ayodhya after Yogi Adityanath turned the chief minister in March 2017.

The celebrations started from Friday afternoon itself when a grand coronation procession of Lord Ram began from Saket College in Ayodhya to achieve the riverbank after overlaying a stretch of about 5 kilometres. The procession has 11 tableaux, constructed on the Ramayana themes, collaborating in it.

The themes embody Gurukul Shiksha, Ram-Sita Vivah, Kewat Prasang, Ram Darbaar, Shabri-Ram Milaap and Lanka Dahan amongst others. Besides the Saryu financial institution, the Ram Janmabhoomi, the location of upcoming Ram temple, was lit up by 11,000 earthen lamps in the night, when a grand Aarti was held on the Saryu river after the sundown.

In her speech, the Governor mentioned Ram and Ramrajya have been “inseparable parts of the Indian culture” and spoke at size in regards to the beliefs of the Maryada Purushottam.

She suggested the folks to not decrease their guards in their combat towards the Covid-19 pandemic until it was completed.

Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya, BJP state president Swatantra Dev Singh and a quantity of saints and ministers have been additionally current on the event.

(With inputs from ANI)



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