Ayodhya Update! Yogi Adityanath Shifted Ram Lalla in Ram Janmabhoomi Premises
Yogi Adityanath shifted the idol of Ram lalla to a temporary structure on the auspicious day of Navratri.
On Wednesday morning, Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath attended a ceremony in Ayodhya. The idol of Ram lalla has been shifted to a temporary structure near Manas Bhawan. Until the complete construction of Ram Temple, the idol of Ram lalla will be kept in Ram janmabhoomi premises.
The shifting ceremony took place at sharp 4:30 am on the first day of Navratri festival. Meanwhile, members of Ram Janmabhoomi Tirath Kshetra Trust were present during the ceremony.
Adityanath started the ceremony with the priests from different places. On the occasion, the priests were called from Varanasi, Ayodhya and New Delhi. Ram lalla has been seated on a crafted silver throne which was made by artisans from Jaipur.
Raja Ayodhya Vimlendra Mohan Mishra who is a member of Ram Janmabhoomi Tirath Kshetra has gifted this silver throne. The temporary temple structure is bullet proof and made up by fibre.
Amid the tight security, ceremony was arranged on Navratri’s first day. The main purpose of the security was to prevent the local crowd at the time of lockdown.
However, this auspicious time was decided by the priests to shift lord Ram lalla to a new location. Adityanath took the idol in a dolly to the decided place till the final construction. The vedic mantras and rituals were already started at Ram Janmabhoomi from Monday morning before the shifting.
It continued till Tuesday where various priests took part to perform the rituals. Priests from Mathura, Haridwar, New Delhi, Andhra Pradesh and Ayodhya participated on Monday.