Ram Mandir bhoomi pujan: PM Modi in Ayodhya for 3 hours, a look at his itinerary

As per Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra general secretary Champat Rai, 175 eminent guests have been invited for the grand ceremony in Ayodhya.

Written by August 4, 2020 17:37

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will reach Ayodhya for the much-awaited groundbreaking ceremony of the Ram temple on Wednesday. He will spend close to 3 hours in the city during which he will also visit the Hanuman Garhi temple or Lord Hanuman.

Leaving for Ayodhya in morning: 

Prime Minister will leave from Delhi by special flight. After reaching Lucknow, he will fly to Ayodhya via chopper. The chopper will land near the banks of river Saryu.

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Darshan at Hanuman Garhi

PM Modi’s first visit will be to the Hanumangarhi temple, where he is expected to pray for 10 minutes. UP CM is likely to accompany him at the puja and both will proceed for Bhoomi Pujan.

Reaching Ramjanmabhoomi at 12 noon

The duo will reach Ram Janmabhoomi complex at 12 noon and offer prayers before Ram Lalla Virajman for 10 minutes.

Tree plantation programme 

PM Modi will then plant a parijat’ (coral jasmine) tree in the premises at 12:15 pm.

Foundation stone laying ceremony at 12:40 pm

There is a shubh muhurat for foundation stone laying ceremony. The muhurat will begin at 12:44:08 PM and end at 12:44:40 PM.

Meeting Trust members

After the groundbreaking ceremony, PM Modi wil meet Swami Nrityagopal Das and other members of the Ram Janmabhoomi trust at around 1:10 pm

Departure for Lucknow at 2:20 pm

PM Modi will leave for Saket College, from where chopper will take him to Lucknow.

As per Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra general secretary Champat Rai, 175 eminent guests have been invited for the grand ceremony in Ayodhya.

The invitees have been finalised only after “personally discussing” with BJP veterans LK Advani and Murli Manohar Joshi, lawyer K Parasaran and other dignitaries, said Rai.