Ayodhya Ram Temple Welcomes Throngs of Devotees After Grand Consecration


Ayodhya: The newly consecrated Ram Temple in Ayodhya, pulsating with the fervor of yesterday’s historic ceremony, opened its doors to the public today, drawing in thousands of eager devotees. The dawn witnessed a throng of pilgrims, both locals and those from far-flung corners of the country, patiently waiting to be among the first to offer their prayers at the long-awaited shrine.

Long before the scheduled opening at 7 am, serpentine lines snaked around the temple complex, with an air of anticipation and quiet reverence hanging in the crisp winter air. As the gates swung open, the crowds surged forward, eager to catch a glimpse of the newly installed idols and offer their heartfelt prayers.

Inside the temple, the air crackled with an electrifying mix of joy, devotion, and a sense of fulfillment. The chants of “Jai Shri Ram” echoed through the halls, echoing the sentiments of millions who witnessed the grand consecration ceremony led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi just a day ago.

The temple will remain open in two shifts today, allowing thousands of devotees to savor this momentous occasion. The afternoon session will resume at 2 pm, ensuring everyone gets a chance to bask in the divine aura of the Ram Janmabhoomi.

This opening marks a new chapter in the history of Ayodhya and the Ram Janmabhoomi movement. The temple, a symbol of faith and hope for millions, stands tall as a testament to the enduring power of devotion and the triumph of perseverance.


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