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This time, the city of Ram will be seen in the tableau of Republic Day Parade. The parade to be held at Rajpath in Delhi will present a grand Deepotsav of Ayodhya and tableaux at the Ram Temple.
- Culture, tradition, art and depictions about Ayodhya and Prabhu Ram from other countries will be made
- It is being told that the proposal was approved during the meeting held in Delhi.
There is a preparation to have a glimpse of Ayodhya on Republic Day. This time, the city of Ram will be seen in the tableau of the Republic Day Parade. The parade to be held at Rajpath in Delhi will present a grand Deepotsav of Ayodhya and tableaux at the Ram Temple. In this, people of the country and the world will see the mythology of Ayodhya and Indian culture. Preparations are being made in this regard. There is a wave of happiness among the people of Ayodhya about this.
The proposal sent by the Uttar Pradesh government has been approved during the meeting held in Delhi in connection with the parade on Republic Day. The tableau has been proposed under the title ‘Ram Nagari and Cultural Heritage of Uttar Pradesh’.
The tableau will also depict the culture, tradition, art of Ram Nagari, including Lord Shree Ram’s grand temple being built on earth, and relations with Ayodhya and Lord Ram from other countries. Along with this, the grand festival of CM Yogi Adityanath started from 2018 will be shown.
Modi did Bhoomi puja of Ram temple on 5 August in Ayodhya
This information has been confirmed by Dr. Muralidhar Singh, Deputy Information Director, Ayodhya. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath inaugurated a grand festival in Ayodhya to bring Ayodhya to the world stage. The event created a world record and left an imprint of Ram Nagari and Indian culture at home and abroad.
After this, on 5 August, the Prime Minister of the country, Narendra Modi performed the ground-worshiping of the grand Ram temple. Through this, the message of Indian culture was conveyed to the whole world. Simultaneously paved the way for the construction of the grand Ram temple.