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Janakpuri is ready to welcome Shri Ram’s procession.
The historic Ram procession of North India will come out on Wednesday. Raja Ram will ride on a chariot to marry Sita Maiya. The whole city is ready to attend Ram’s procession. 120 tableaux will grace the procession and 12 bands will play Ramdhun. Lakhs of people will reach Agra from far and wide to see this grand and supernatural sight. Janakpuri is also ready to welcome the Ram procession. The entire area is decorated with colorful lighting. The grand event will be held for three days.
On Wednesday evening, Shri Ram’s procession will come out of Lala Channomal’s barhadari.
Ram procession will go out in the evening, Janakpuri will reach in the morning
The famous Ram procession of North India will leave from Baradari of Lala Channomal in Rawatpada at 5 pm on Wednesday. Lord Shri Ram will ride on the chariot to the tune of shehnai, drums and drums and bands. After this he will leave for Janakpuri to marry Sita.
Shri Ram Leela Committee President Purushottam Khandelwal told that this time 120 tableaux will be included in the procession of Lord Ram. Shehnai, dhol and band will be at the forefront of the procession. Two camels will walk behind it. Then the chariot of the family members of King Dasharatha and Queen Kaushalya will run. After this, the forms of Vishnu and Lakshmi ji riding in a silver chariot will also entice the devotees of Ram. Lastly, there will be the chariot of Lord Shri Ram. The chariots of Bharata, Shatrughna and Lakshmana will run before them. The procession will reach Janakpuri at 7 am on 22nd September.
procession from these routes
Lord Shri Ram’s procession Lala Channomal’s Baradari Man: Starting from Kameshwar street, Rawatpada, Agrasen Marg (Jeweler Bazaar), Subhash Bazar, Lala Kokamal Marg (Daresi No. 1 & 2), Chatta Bazar, Kachari Ghat, Belanganj, Pathwari, Dhuliaganj , City Station Road, substandard chipped brick, Fulti Bazar, Sev Ka Bazar, Kinari Bazar, Kaserrat Bazar will take rest at Rawatpada. From here again crossing the Yamuna route, will reach Dayalbagh via Lord Talkies.
These will be the main tableaux
This time the main tableaux in the Ram procession will be Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s Mahasabha, Ravana-Kumbhkaran dialogue, forms of Vishnu-Lakshmi ji, Kaila Devi Chhappan Bhog. Apart from this, there will be 15 live tableaux. The tableaux of Lathamar Holi, Shiva-Parvati, Radha-Krishna and Dandiya will be prominent in this.
Due to Janakpuri, the entire Dayalbagh area has been decorated with bright lights.
Getting ready to welcome the procession
The residents of Dayalbagh are waiting to lay their eyelids to welcome the procession of Lord Shri Ram. On Thursday morning, Lord Shri Ram will reach here with Bharat, Lakshmana and Shatrughbhan and rest. For this, the preparations of Mahila Mandal are in full swing. Dasharatha has bought clothes from utensils to caresses. Pushpanjali Height Society has been decorated on the theme of Kedarnath Dham. Chandraveer Singh of the society told that the form of Lord Ram will rest in his house. Every item of their use is bought new. It has utensils for food, clothes and other items. They are just waiting for his arrival.
CM Yogi Adityanath may come
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has been invited as the chief guest in the Janakpuri program. It is believed that the Chief Minister can come on 22 September. However, the official schedule of his arrival has not been released yet.
The Janakpuri event will last for three days. The main event will take place on 22 September.
Janakpuri event will run for three days
Janakpuri has been decorated in Dayalbagh. Gorgeous lighting has been done throughout the area. Every street is twinkling with colorful lighting. People have also decorated their homes. The main event in Janakpuri will be held on 22nd September.
Janaki Mahal has taken shape on the lines of Janaki temple of Nepal. 55 artisans from Kolkata are working day and night to give shape to it. The Janak Mahal is being prepared for the last 33 days. The 160 feet wide and 110 high Janak Mahal has been built with 4 thousand bamboo sticks. Chief artisan Bipin Kumar told that by September 20, Janak Mahal will be fully decorated and ready. Like the Janaki temple, three large bastions, arches and jharokhas have been built in the Janak Mahal. Fountains will be installed in front of Janak Mahal. This palace, bathed in colorful lights during the event, will be the main center of attraction.