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- Every devotee will be able to attend Ramlala court, new website will be launched soon for virtual festival
Lucknow. The virtual Deepotsav will be celebrated for the first time amid the Corona epidemic. With the faith of faith, this time at the ‘Ayodhya Deepotsav’, crores of Ram devotees will make virtual attendance at Sriramala Darbar. After waiting for nearly five centuries, now that the dream of building the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi temple is being fulfilled, in such a situation, no devotees should be deprived of lighting the faith in the Ram Darbar, for this the Uttar Pradesh government has arranged to ensure the participation of all Has On the special instructions of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, the government is preparing a portal where virtual lamps will be lit.
Arrangements are being made to get the blessings of Ramlala by lighting a virtual lamp at the Ayodhya Deepotsav. A virtual Deepotsav will be organized for the first time in Ayodhya. Every devotee will be able to place a virtual presence in the Ramlala court, a website will be launched soon for the Virtual Deepotsav. Thank you letter will be received after lighting the lamp.
Virtual Deepotsav will give the experience of presence: This unique virtual Deepotsav platform being prepared by the State Government will give a real real experience. There will be a picture of Sriramala seated on the portal. In front of which the lamp will be lighting the virtual lamp. Here, there will be a facility that the devotee can choose a lamp, copper, steel or any other metal lamp stand. An alternative to ghee, mustard or sesame oil will also be available. Not only this, if the devotee is a male, then if there is a man or a woman, the virtual hands of the woman will light the lamp. After lighting the lamp, a letter of thanks will also be issued by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath along with Ramlala’s picture based on the details of the devotee. This website will be available to the public before the main function proposed on 13 November. Let us know that this time Prime Minister Narendra Modi is also taking part in the Deepotsav.
Lack of grandeur but non-compliance of Kovid protocol is necessary: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has given instructions to make Ayodhya Deepotsav grand-divine, but has clearly stated that the Kovid protocol should not be violated anywhere. Instructions have been given to conduct separate programs daily. The Covid-19 protocol will be followed in all programs. The Chief Minister has said that on the Deepotsav, along with Ram’s paadi, all the Math temples and houses will light such lamps, so that Lord Ram’s city Ayodhya will be fully illuminated with the light of the lamp. This time there is a preparation to light about five and a half million lamps. Chief Minister Yogi will observe the tableaux based on the themes of Ramayana. Also, performing the aarti of Rama, Sita and Lakshmana, will crown Sri Rama. The Chief Minister will also perform Ramlala aarti in the birthplace complex. The Chief Minister has a direct eye on the preparations for the Ayodhya Deepotsav.