Ram Mandir: Complete schedule of inauguration ceremony announced

January 22 declared as public holiday in Maharashtra

January 22 declared as public holiday in Maharashtra

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The day of the inauguration ceremony of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya, which is being awaited by the Ram devotees of the country as well as the world, is drawing near. Preparations for this ceremony are currently underway.

The entire ritual program is from January 16 to 22. On January 22 in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the inauguration ceremony will be held in Ayodhya.

As per the information, here is the complete schedule of rituals from January 16 to January 22:

On January 16, there will be an atonement ceremony and a Dashvidh bath.

On January 17, the idol of Ram Lalla will arrive in Ayodhya

On January 18, there will be Vastu Pujan, Varun Puja, Matrika Puja, Brahmin Varan and Ganesh Ambika Puja.

On January 19, Agni Sthapana, Navagraha Sthapana and Havan will happen.

On January 20, the sanctum sanctorum of the Ram Mandir will be cleansed with the holy water of Saryu, Vaastu Shanti, and Annadhivas.

On January 21, the idol of Lord Ram will undergo the Shayadhivas ritual and a divine bath with 125 urns.

On the last day, i.e. January 22, the consecration ceremony & worshipping of Lord Ram will happen.

The installation of Lord Ram’s idol will take place on January 22, 2024, from 12.29 pm to 12.30 pm.

In just 84 seconds, the installation ceremony will endow the revered idol with divinity and the wait for the Ram Temple in Ayodhya will finally be over.