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The officials of the temple trust welcomed Ghanshyam.
Ghanshyam Sudani, a Gujarat-based sprinter, reached Ayodhya on Thursday after a 15-hour run every day. He started running for Ayodhya after seeing Lord Shankar at Somnath on 30 March. They reached Ayodhya Karsevak Puram this afternoon on the 24th day. Where he met Champatray and General Secretary of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Tirtha Kshetra Trust and Member Dr. Anil Mishra and shared their experiences of the journey.
Let us know that Ghanshyam has registered his name in the United Kingdom’s World Book of Records after running continuously for 72 hours in Ahmedabad. Ghanshyam was also accompanied by a medical support team on his journey to Ayodhya.
Ghanshyam ran 70 to 80 km in a day
Ghanshyam told that he has reached Ayodhya by running 70 to 80 kilometers in 1 day in general. Ram Lala has a record of 15 hours of daily running for Darshan on an average. He has done this work with his own inspiration.
After Bhumi Poojan, hope of awakening philosophy
Ghanshyam says that on 5 August, when the PM performed the Bhoomipujan of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi in Ayodhya, at the same time, he desired to see Ram Lala. Told that Swami Madhavapriya Das, a saint of Swaminarayan tradition in Gujarat, operates a huge education center. I have the blessings of Swamiji. He is accompanied by Physiotherapist Dr. Deep Khaini of Surat. A young man Gaurav is also a participant in this race for guidance and other support, who are walking with a car. Ghanshyam is still staying in Karsevak Puram.