Ram Mandir – Fulfilling a Vision

Prabhu Shriram Mandir’s Pran Pratistha ceremony, a defining moment for the identity and glory of Indians, unfolded on January 22 amidst an atmosphere of immense enthusiasm. The anticipation among 1.4 billion Indians was palpable as Maryada Purushottam Prabhu Shri Ram was set to reclaim Ayodhya after an almost 500-year wait. This monumental event witnessed participation not only from Hindus but also from followers of various religions. In Nilanga, our Muslim brothers joined in the jubilation, doubling the joy, as they too believed in the Ram Rajya of Lord Shri Ram as an ideal state system promoting the welfare of all people without discrimination. People from all walks of life came together to witness the auspicious ceremony, contributing to a momentous celebration across India.

The Prime Minister of the country, Shri Narendra Modi, leading the BJP government, took the initiative to fulfil the dreams of millions of Ram devotees. The long-standing issue, entangled in the Supreme Court for years, was persistently pursued by the BJP government and legally resolved. The groundbreaking ceremony for the Ram Mandir took place in 2020, with the anticipation that the construction would be completed, and Lord Rama would be enshrined by 2024. The realisation of this dream dawned on January 22, ‘Mangal din’, marking a proud moment for all Indians. Temples nationwide were adorned, and various religious and cultural programs unfolded, turning this historic day into a nationwide Diwali celebration. Millions of citizens cracked whips, lit lamps, and exchanged greetings to welcome Lord Ramlalla.

As celebrations unfolded in Ayodhya and across the country, every corner of India resonated with enthusiasm for this monumental event. Nilanga city too was bedecked for the Pran Pratistha ceremony, with religious places aglow with lights. Throughout the day, various religious rituals and programs took place. Witnessing the spontaneous and harmonious participation of people from all religions, it became evident that while the life prestige of Ramlalla had been realised, the dawn of Ram Rajya was not far away.

The festive spirit of the people, coupled with the Pran Pratishtha celebration of Ram Mandir, marked a truly auspicious occasion for the nation! The grand inauguration of Ram Mandir in Ayodhya symbolises a monumental achievement for Hindu heritage, a visionary temple project, and a cultural renaissance in Ayodhya. It stands as a symbol of faith, unity, and religious harmony, representing a sacred journey and spiritual fulfilment at Ayodhya. The completion of the Shri Ram temple construction is a historic milestone and a divine architectural achievement, signifying Ayodhya’s cultural revival and its progress towards becoming a symbol of religious and cultural pride. The Ayodhya temple completion is a testament to the vision manifested and the religious landmark realisation, contributing to Ayodhya’s monumental achievement and progress at Shri Ram Janmabhoomi.