- Shri Ram Janmbhoomi Tirth Kshetra Trust invited PM Narendra Modi to lay the foundation stone on August 5.
- The unique historic episode will be broadcasted live through TV globally.
- These decisions were made keeping in mind the preventive guidelines issued by the government and local administration.
New Delhi: Ram Mandir’s construction in Ayodhya got delayed due to the pandemic situation. Shri Ram Janmbhoomi Tirth Kshetra Trust invited PM Narendra Modi to lay the foundation stone on August 5. On this auspicious occasion of the fulfilment of the aspirations of the Rama devotees after hundreds of years of relentless the rigour of Hindu society, Shri Milind Parande, Secretary-General of VHP made the following call to all Ram devotees. He asked, on the Bhoomi Poojan day at 10.30 a.m., all the revered Sant-Mahatmas, in their respective monasteries, Ashrams and all the devotees living in the country and abroad, can sit together in their homes, temples or Ashrams can offer worship to their respective adored deities.
The VHP has prepared a comprehensive action plan regarding the worship to be held for the reconstruction of the temple on Bhagwan Shri Ram’s birthplace. Modi will be worshipping with revered saints, scholars, trustees and other dignitaries for the grand Janmabhoomi temple of Bhagwan Shri Ram. The unique historic experience will be broadcasted live through TV globally. This temple of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi will be an enduring and immortal beaming centre of social harmony, national unity and integration and awakening of the feeling of Hindutva.
The pooja will be done with the coalescence of water from holy rivers and sacred earth from the pilgrimage centres of the country in this Poojan. Mr Parande ordered to make sure to arrange the telecast of the pooja ceremony in Ayodhya with every means of publicity to the local communities live on television or in the big screen in a huge auditorium or in a hall. Devotees can decorate their houses, neighbourhoods, villages, markets, monasteries, Gurudwaras, Ashrams, etc., as much as possible, and distribute Prasad while lighting lamps after sunset in the evening.
He also added that people can make their donations only when the situation will come under control and the construction is done. All these decisions were made keeping in mind the preventive guidelines issued by the government and local administration. After the legal tussle, the SC on 9th November paved way for the construction by a Trust at the disputed plot in Ayodhya, and directed the Centre to assign an alternative 5-acre plot to the Sunni Waqf Board for building the mosque.