Historic Moment: Ram Mandir Pran Pratishtha Ceremony to be Live-Streamed at 300+ Locations Worldwide

RNS: The upcoming inauguration of the Ram Mandir and the Ram Lalla Pran Pratishtha ceremony, scheduled for January 22nd, is poised to become a historic global event of unparalleled significance.

After five centuries of unwavering devotion and struggle, the dream of constructing Lord Bhagwan Shri Rama’s temple is finally materializing, and devotees from all corners of the world are gearing up to celebrate in their unique ways.

Grand festivities have been meticulously planned in numerous locations across the United States of America, France, and Canada, spanning from Ayodhya to New York to Paris. The event has already captured the imagination of individuals worldwide, transcending borders and cultures.

The consecration event in Ayodhya will not be confined to the holy city itself, as it will be visible from iconic landmarks like the Eiffel Tower in Europe and Times Square in the United States.

In Paris, a grand Ram Rath Yatra is set to unfold on January 21st, drawing participants from across Europe. Simultaneously, celebrations are scheduled near the Eiffel Tower, painting Paris with the colors of festivity.

The consecration ceremony is also set to be live-streamed in the United States on January 22nd, following the tradition set during the groundbreaking ceremony for the Ram Temple at Times Square. Temples across North America, including Canada, will conduct prayers and celebrations to mark this momentous occasion.

In the United States, massive car rallies are being organized in several cities, including California, Washington, and Chicago. Although the ceremony will occur around 12:30 p.m. Indian Standard Time, it will be late at night in the United States and morning in Paris.

Avinash Mishra, a resident of Paris, has been actively sharing information about the Ram Rath Yatra through various social media platforms. In his message, he extended an invitation to fellow Indian expatriates in Paris to join in the grand celebration at the Eiffel Tower, acknowledging the historic significance of Lord Ram’s consecration in Ayodhya.

The Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust retweeted Avinash’s post, emphasizing that being witnesses to Lord Bhagwan Shri Ram’s consecration at His birthplace in Ayodhya is a privilege for all devotees.

The Hindu Mandir Empowerment Council has orchestrated worship and festivals in temples throughout North America, including Canada, over the past two weeks. Vehicle rallies have been a common sight in Washington, Chicago, and other U.S. cities, symbolizing the deep-rooted faith of devotees who may be physically distant from Ayodhya but carry Lord Bhagwan Shri Rama in their hearts.

Furthermore, the consecration ceremony will be broadcast live on television, taking place in Times Square, New York City, on January 22nd. The Ram Mandir was previously featured on a digital billboard in Times Square during the groundbreaking ceremony on August 5, 2020.

New York City’s Mayor, Eric Adams, expressed the significance of this event for the Hindu community residing in the city, highlighting its role in celebrating and elevating individual spirituality.

The Vishwa Hindu Parishad has formulated extensive plans for events in numerous countries, with grand programs slated to occur in over fifty nations across the globe. The consecration ceremony will be live-streamed from 300 locations in the United States alone, along with 25 locations in the United Kingdom, 30 locations in Australia, 30 locations in Canada, and 100 locations in Mauritius. Furthermore, it will be televised live in more than fifty countries, including Ireland, Fiji, Indonesia, and Germany, among others.

As part of the celebrations commemorating Lord Bhagwan Shri Ram’s consecration, representatives from fifty countries, including the United States of America, Canada, Germany, and Fiji, have received invitations to attend the event in Ayodhya. Live broadcasts are also being planned for nations with significant Muslim populations, such as Saudi Arabia and Indonesia.

With over 160 countries worldwide embracing the Hindu faith, the VHP reports that numerous initiatives are underway. Preparations are actively underway for live broadcasts of the parade, havan puja, recitation of the Hanuman Chalisa, and the Pran Pratishtha performance at the temple, ensuring that this historic occasion is shared with the global Hindu community and beyond.

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