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Ayodhya Ram Mandir Around 19 Lakh Devotees Offer Prayers To Lord Ram Lalla In Six Days

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Ayodhya Ram Mandir News: After the consecration of Ramlala, there is a flood of Ram devotees in Ayodhya. A huge crowd of devotees is gathering for the darshan of Ramlala. Within just six days of the Pran Pratistha ceremony, more than 18.75 lakh devotees have visited Ramlala in Ayodhya and offered prayers in the grand Ram temple. Under the guidance of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, a committee has been established to arrange the arrangements carefully. It is the work of this committee to ensure that the devotees get a good darshan of Ramlala.

Let us tell you that after Pran Pratistha on 22 January, the doors of the temple were opened for the devotees on 23 January. After which Ram devotees coming from different parts of the country are reaching Ram temple and having darshan of Ramlala. It is believed that every day more than 2 lakh devotees come to the temple to have darshan of Ramlal and offer prayers. The slogan of ‘Jai Shri Ram’ keeps resonating in Ayodhya every day. The number of devotees increases in Ram temple especially on Sundays.

Number of devotees in Ram temple after Ramlala Pran Pratistha ceremony

23 January – 5 lakhs
24 January – 2.5 lakh
25 January – 2 lakhs
26 January – 3.5 lakh
27 January – 2.5 lakh
28 January – 3.25 lakh

Let us tell you that CM Yogi has issued guidelines for the officials and local administration of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Trust. CM Yogi has clearly said that wherever the devotees are on Ram Path, Bhakti Path, Dharma Path and Janmabhoomi Path, they should stand in queues and there should not be crowd. CM Yogi said that the queue of devotees coming for darshan should remain moving and special attention should be given to the elderly, children and women.

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