Ramostav in Jaipur

Ramostav in Jaipur: 300 drones will create Lord Ram’s figure

Lord Ram's figure in the sky with 300 drones, 35 feet-high Ram temple is being built; Ramniwas Bagh will smell like perfume of Kannauj.


Ram Mandir Pran Pratishtha Mahotsav will be celebrated on 22 January at Albert Hall, Jaipur. On this special day, the figure of Lord Shri Ram will be created in the air with 300 drones in the Albert Hall complex. A 35 feet high grand Ram temple like the Ram temple being built in Ayodhya will also be built in the Albert Hall complex. 150 artisans from Bengal are constructing it. This tableau of the temple will remain for the people for 3 days.

The 35-foot-high Ram temple tableau is being built by Shri Dharma Foundation Trust, Jaipur Vyapar Mahasangh, and Municipal Corporation Greater. Chief Minister Bhajanlal Sharma and both Deputy Chief Ministers Diya Kumari and Premchand Bairwa have been invited for the program. Apart from this, invitations have also been sent to all the MLAs to attend the program.

A 35 feet high Ram temple like Ayodhya Ram temple

150 artisans from Bengal are building a 35 feet high Ram temple in the Albert Hall premises for the programme. This grand temple is being built like the Ram temple in Ayodhya. The tableau will remain for the people for three days. The Bhoomi Pujan of the Ram temple being built on the Albert Hall premises was performed as per Indian culture.

Along with this, the special attraction of the program in the evening will be the drone show. Under this, 300 drones will fly together in the sky and create a replica of Lord Shri Ram in the air. This type of event is being organized for the first time in a public place, which people will be able to see from a distance of 3 to 4 km.

Cultural program will create the atmosphere

Bhajans and Hanuman Chalisa will be recited during the entire event in which bhajan singers Gaurav Jain, Shikha Jain, Seema Mishra and Ravindra Upadhyay will present Rajasthani songs. On this occasion, special perfume of Kannauj will also be sprayed in the entire Ram Niwas Bagh.

A grand procession will take place

Before the program, a grand procession will be taken out from Galta Gate at 12 noon with musical instruments and musical instruments. Live tableaux of Ram, Lakshman and Sita will be decorated in the procession. The procession will be welcomed by showering flowers at many places on the route. The procession will reach Albert Hall at 5 pm through various routes.

Maha Aarti with Vedic chanting

51 Pandits from Pushkar, the pilgrimage site of Lord Shri Ram, Sita and Lakshman, will chant Vedic mantras at Albert Hall. Along with this, Maha Aarti will be performed with 11 thousand lamps. The melodious sound of old musical instruments along with chanting of mantras in Maha Aarti will be thrilling.

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