Ayodhya Ram Temple: Preparations for Deepotsav are in full swing in Ayodhya, UP. It is reported that keeping this year’s Diwali in mind, the temple model in Ram Nagari is being made on 3-D impact. It is being claimed that the temple model of Lord Shri Ram will be built by lighting 108000 lamps. Under this 3-D impact, Shri Ramlala will be shown entering the city of Ayodhya in a victorious posture. All preparations regarding this are in full swing. This historic festival of lights will be organized by 150 girl students of Avadh University.
Ram Nagri will be illuminated with millions of lamps
There is a lot of curiosity among the devotees regarding the construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya, UP. In this sequence, there is news that a grand model of Ram Temple is being prepared by the students of Avadh University on the occasion of Diwali. Let us tell you that this model of the temple made of lamps is being made on 3-D impact in which various postures of Lord Shri Ram will be displayed. For this, ghat number 10 of Ram Ki Paidi in Ayodhya city has been selected. It is being claimed that this model of the temple being built on 3-D impact will attract devotees.
Features of 3-D Impact Model
Before Diwali in Ayodhya, the Ram temple model is being made on 3-D impact. In this sequence, it is being claimed that this 3-D impact model of the temple will look exactly like the Ram temple. This can attract lakhs of devotees. Apart from this, preparations are also in full swing for the Deepotsav to be organized in Ram Nagari. The administration has made all kinds of concrete arrangements in this regard. It is reported that devotees can now donate lamps for the festival of lights even while sitting at home. The Tourism Department has also launched an app for this.
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