Diwali-like celebration in Jaipur on Ram temple inauguration

Diwali-like celebration in Jaipur on the day of Ram temple inauguration

Celebration of Ram temple inauguration in Jaipur, Temporary licenses will be issued to firecracker traders for fireworks, there will be grand decorations in the markets.


During the consecration of Ram Lalla on January 22 in Ayodhya, fireworks will be held with the Deepotsav being held in every house. Given this, the Jaipur Commissionerate has decided to give temporary licenses to firecracker traders. 

Additional Commissioner Kunwar Rashtradeep has issued an order and sought applications from firecracker traders till January 13. These licenses will be valid for selling firecrackers from January 18 to 23.

Temporary fireworks licenses will be issued

Along with the application form, the applicant must submit 4 copies of the blue print map of the proposed site, clearly indicating the surroundings and the location of the business site, along with 2 passport size photographs, clear color photographs of the shop and documents related to the ownership of the place. Certified photocopy should be attached. These applications will have to be submitted to the licensing branch of the Commissionerate during working days. There should not be anyone’s house on the proposed site. Temporary fireworks licenses will be issued after investigation.

Rangoli will be made at every intersection

On this day, Rangoli will also be made at every intersection. There will also be a Rangoli competition. In the meeting, all the trade chambers also gave information about the programs to be organized at their respective levels on January 22. Khatipura Trade Board President said that 15 thousand laddus will be distributed by the board. 11 lamps will be lit outside every shop. There will be continuous Ramayana recitation from 10 am till 10 am the next day. Along with this, a Ram Bhajan competition will also be organized with the students of schools and colleges.

Garbage will be collected twice at the scheduled time

In the meeting, the Mayor has appealed to all the business associations to keep blue and green dustbins outside their shops. The corporation will collect garbage from the markets in the morning and night so that garbage is not spread outside the shops.

On this occasion, MI Road Trade Board President assured to immediately place 500 dustbins. Commissioner Rukmani Riar called for emphasis on Walk for Local. Also asked to make arrangements to dispose of the material spread after Ramotsav to keep the area clean. 

President, secretaries, vice presidents and general secretaries of 40 trade organizations including Madal President Gajanand Shama, Adash Vyapar Madal President Rakar Rama, Mansarovar Vyapar Mandal President Deepak Jaga were present.

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