Shri Ram Resounds in UK Parliament as Ayodhya Temple Celebrations Cross Borders
The vibrancy of the consecration ceremony of the Ram Janmabhoomi Temple in Ayodhya has transcended geographical and cultural boundaries, reaching the esteemed halls of the UK Parliament. The resounding chants of ‘Jai Shree Ram’ enriched the atmosphere of the House of Commons, marking an extraordinary celebration initiated by the Sanatan Sanstha of the UK (SSUK).
The joyous festivities for the pran-pratishtha ceremony unfolded with fervor as SSUK members led the event, immersing the parliamentary setting in the sacred chants of Lord Ram and the soul-stirring sound of a Shankh. Videos circulating on social media captured the spiritual ambiance, with the event commencing with a bhajan and a presentation on Kakbhushundi Samvad, paying homage to Lord Krishna, the 10th avatar of Lord Vishnu, through the exploration of the 12th Chapter of the Bhagwat Gita.
At the spiritual helm of this unique event were Harrow MP Bob Blackman, along with Raj Rajeshwar Guru and Swami Surya Prabha Didi from Hounslow’s Brahmarishi Ashram. Their presence added a sense of sanctity to the occasion, reinforcing the unity in diversity that marked the celebration.
Simultaneously, a significant declaration signed by over 200 temples, community organizations, and associations across the UK will be presented to the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust in Ayodhya. This symbolic act, reflecting unity and shared joy, precedes the pran-pratishtha ceremony scheduled for January 22.
The Dharmic communities in Britain expressed their joy and delight in welcoming the consecration ceremony of the Ram Janmabhoomi Temple. The forthcoming presentation of the UK declaration to the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust serves as a testament to the global resonance of this cultural and spiritual milestone.
As Ayodhya gears up for the pran-pratishtha ceremony, preparations are in full swing. The unveiling of the face of Ram Lalla, the five-year-old Lord Ram, was shared on social media, depicting him standing with a golden bow and arrow. The 51-inch black stone idol has been placed in the sanctum sanctorum, covered with a cloth, creating anticipation for the grand ceremony on January 22.
In Ayodhya, the week-long Vedic rituals for the pran-pratishtha ceremony of Ram Lalla entered their fourth day, marked by the lighting of the holy fire and the establishment of ‘Navagraha’ and a ‘Havan.’ These sacred rituals, commenced on Tuesday, will culminate on January 22 with the ceremonial installation presided over by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Following this auspicious occasion, the temple will open its doors for ‘darshan’ for the general public from January 23.
The confluence of sacred rituals, global celebrations, and parliamentary resonance underscores the universality of the Ayodhya Temple’s consecration. The spirit of ‘Jai Shree Ram’ echoes not only across the sacred grounds of Ayodhya but also resonates in the hearts and halls of nations far beyond its borders, bringing together diverse communities in a shared celebration of cultural and spiritual heritage.
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