‘Laksha Deepotsava’ in Bengaluru South to mark historic Ram temple inauguration in Ayodhya tomorrow

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21-01-2024

    Series of events are scheduled to take place in Bengaluru South

    Highlight of celebration will be Laksha Deepotsava to symbolize occasion

    500 children will grace event dressed as iconic characters from Ramayana

In commemoration of the Pran Pratishtana ceremony for Ram Lalla in Ayodhya tomorrow, a series of events are scheduled to take place in Bengaluru South at the Carmel School Grounds in Padmanabhanagar, as announced by MP Tejasvi Surya. The highlight of the celebration will be the Laksha Deepotsava, where a hundred thousand lamps will be lit to symbolize the auspicious occasion.

A diverse range of programs has been organized for the event, ensuring a spiritually enriching experience for the attendees. Renowned singer Vijay Prakash is set to enthrall the audience with soul-stirring bhajans, complemented by musical performances from the talented Praveen D Rao and others.

The live screening of the consecration ceremony in Ayodhya will allow the participants to witness the historic moment of Pran Pratishtana.

Adding a cultural touch to the festivities, more than 500 children will grace the event dressed as iconic characters from the Ramayana, including Rama, Sita, Lakshmana, and Anjaneya, captivating the audience with their vibrant dance performances.

MP Tejasvi Surya emphasized the significance of these celebrations, portraying them as a culmination of sacrifices, unwavering devotion, and the eagerly awaited return of Lord Rama.

Furthermore, he highlighted the initiation of the Swachha Tirtha Abhiyan in several temples, inspired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision for cleanliness and hygiene.

This holistic approach aims to imbibe a sense of purity and sanctity in the surroundings, aligning with the spiritual essence of the occasion. The upcoming event promises to be a harmonious blend of cultural richness, devotional fervour, and community participation in Bengaluru South.

‘Laksha Deepotsava’ in Bengaluru South to mark historic Ram temple inauguration in Ayodhya tomorrow

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    Series of events are scheduled to take place in Bengaluru South

    Highlight of celebration will be Laksha Deepotsava to symbolize occasion

    500 children will grace event dressed as iconic characters from Ramayana

In commemoration of the Pran Pratishtana ceremony for Ram Lalla in Ayodhya tomorrow, a series of events are scheduled to take place in Bengaluru South at the Carmel School Grounds in Padmanabhanagar, as announced by MP Tejasvi Surya. The highlight of the celebration will be the Laksha Deepotsava, where a hundred thousand lamps will be lit to symbolize the auspicious occasion.

A diverse range of programs has been organized for the event, ensuring a spiritually enriching experience for the attendees. Renowned singer Vijay Prakash is set to enthrall the audience with soul-stirring bhajans, complemented by musical performances from the talented Praveen D Rao and others.

The live screening of the consecration ceremony in Ayodhya will allow the participants to witness the historic moment of Pran Pratishtana.

Adding a cultural touch to the festivities, more than 500 children will grace the event dressed as iconic characters from the Ramayana, including Rama, Sita, Lakshmana, and Anjaneya, captivating the audience with their vibrant dance performances.

MP Tejasvi Surya emphasized the significance of these celebrations, portraying them as a culmination of sacrifices, unwavering devotion, and the eagerly awaited return of Lord Rama.

Furthermore, he highlighted the initiation of the Swachha Tirtha Abhiyan in several temples, inspired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision for cleanliness and hygiene.

This holistic approach aims to imbibe a sense of purity and sanctity in the surroundings, aligning with the spiritual essence of the occasion. The upcoming event promises to be a harmonious blend of cultural richness, devotional fervour, and community participation in Bengaluru South.

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