Consecration of Lord Ramlalla Completed: First Darshan of Lord Ramlalla in Ayodhya City

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Darshan of Lord Ramlalla for the first time after consecration: Lord Ramlalla has been equipped with a golden bow and arrow in his hands. Also, the forehead of five-year-old Lord Ramlalla has been decorated with silver and red tilak.

The first look of Lord Ram Lalla adorned with flowers and jewellery is awe-inspiring.

The first look of Lord Ram Lalla adorned with flowers and jewellery is awe-inspiring.

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After the consecration of Lord Ramlalla in the sanctum sanctorum of Ram temple in Ayodhya city on Monday, the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, presented the first and emotional glimpse of the newly elected 51-inch immovable statue of Lord Ramlalla in front of the whole world.
The static idol of Lord Ramlalla has been created by Karnataka state sculptor Arun Yogiraj depicting Lord Ramlalla at the age of five. Officials of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust told Diary Times correspondent Kumud Sharma that the immovable idol of Lord Ram Lalla was chosen as the best compared to the idols of two other sculptors because The innocence, divinity as well as royalty of Lord Ramlalla was beautifully displayed in the five-year-old Achal idol created by Karnataka state sculptor Arun Yogiraj.

The immovable idol of Lord Ramlalla has been decorated with all the ornaments, from head to toe the immovable idol of Lord Ramlalla has been decorated with many ornaments. The hands of Lord Ramlalla are adorned with a golden bow and arrow, and the forehead of Lord Ramlalla is adorned with silver ornaments and a red tilak.

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In his first darshan, Lord Ramlalla is seen wearing a yellow colored dhoti. The yellow color of Lord Ramlalla’s dhoti has been created by mixing it with the yellow color of flowers and the yellow color of shiny jewellery. Besides, intricate flower decorations were visible amidst the royal ornaments in the idol of Lord Ramlalla, due to which the beauty of the idol of Lord Ramlalla has increased further.

On Monday, 22 January, the consecration of the 51 inch high statue of Ramlalla was done in the Ram temple of Ayodhya.
On Monday, 22 January, the consecration of the 51 inch high statue of Ramlalla was done in the Ram temple of Ayodhya.
Tilak of Lord Ramlalla: The silver and red colored tilak on the idol of Lord Ramlalla is adding to the grandeur.
Tilak of Lord Ramlalla: The silver and red colored tilak on the idol of Lord Ramlalla is adding to the grandeur.
The idol of Lord Ramlalla has been decorated with gold, emerald as well as ruby jewellery.
The idol of Lord Ramlalla has been decorated with gold, emerald as well as ruby jewellery.
Also, the idol of Lord Ramlalla has been adorned with jewellery from head to toe.
Also, the idol of Lord Ramlalla has been adorned with jewellery from head to toe.

Know the features from the first glimpse of the immovable idol of Lord Ramlalla –

1) The immovable idol of Lord Ramlalla is black in color because the immovable idol of Lord Ramlalla has been carved from black stones. The immovable idol of Lord Ramlalla has been created by Arun Yogiraj, a sculptor from Karnataka state, as per the description of Lord Ram in the scriptures.

2) The immovable idol of Lord Ramlalla has been heavily adorned with jewellery to specifically reflect the royal character in the immovable idol of Lord Ramlalla.

3) In the immovable idol of Lord Ramlalla, Lord Shri Ram is shown as five years old i.e. in child form because according to Hindu scriptures, the age of five years is considered the age of innocence, divinity and royalty.

4) The immovable idol of Lord Ramlalla is 51 inches tall and the idol of Lord Ramlalla has been made according to the same height of the idol of about five years of ancient times.

5) The hands of the immovable idol of Lord Ramlalla have been adorned with a bow and arrow adorned with gold ornaments.

6) Although both the hands of the immovable idol of Lord Ramlalla are bent, the immovable idol of Lord Ramlalla has been designed in such a way that Lord Ramlalla reaches only till the knees of the idol because Lord Shri Ram is called ‘Ajanubahu’.

7) In the scriptures, both the eyes of Lord Shri Ram have been described as lotus eyes. The lotus eye form has also been followed very well by Karnataka state sculptor Arun Yogiraj in designing the two eyes of the immovable idol of Lord Ramlalla.

Kumud Sharma

Kumud Sharma is the First Well-Known Female Journalist of the Journalism World of Himachal Pradesh. I am the Founder, Editor in Chief, Managing Director, Promoter of Diary Times. As a Female Journalist, With My Experience of More Than Nine Years, I Tell You Every News of Himachal Pradesh From The Ground Level With Absolutely Accurate and Correct Information, Be it the Politics of Himachal Pradesh or the Ground Reality, My Perspective On Every News Will Give You Assurance. I Assure You That Every News of Mine Will Comply With the Expertise and Fact Checking Policy.

 

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