Divine Ritual Unfolds: Day 6 of Pran Pratishtha Sees Ceremonial Bath with Medicated Water for Ram Lalla Idol


Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Grace ‘Pran Pratishtha’ Ceremony: Rituals Led by Chief Priest Lakshmikant Dixit.

Sacred Preparations Unfold: Rituals Commence at Ram Mandir in Ayodhya Ahead of Pran Pratishtha Ceremony at Sri Ram Janmabhoomi Temple.

Sacred Preparations Unfold: Rituals Commence at Ram Mandir in Ayodhya Ahead of Pran Pratishtha Ceremony at Sri Ram Janmabhoomi Temple.

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In a momentous event, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to preside over the ‘Pran Pratishtha’ ceremony, underscoring the significance of the occasion. The ‘Pran Pratishtha’ ceremony marks the consecration of the idol, infusing divine energies into the sanctum.

Leading the core rituals will be a team of accomplished priests, with the prominent figure of Lakshmikant Dixit at the helm. Dixit, renowned for his expertise in Vedic traditions and intricate rituals, will guide the proceedings, ensuring the adherence to age-old customs and the sanctity of the ceremony.

The involvement of Prime Minister Narendra Modi adds a distinctive national touch to the sacred event, symbolizing the convergence of spiritual and political leadership. As the ceremony unfolds, the collective energies of the dignified leader and the skilled priests will amplify the sanctity of the ‘Pran Pratishtha,’ creating an atmosphere of profound significance and divine blessings.

Day Six of Ram Lalla Idol Consecration: Puja and Havan Mark Key Rituals in Ongoing Pran Pratishtha Event

As the Pran Pratishtha event progresses, today marks the sixth day of the consecration ceremony for the Ram Lalla idol, signifying another crucial phase in this auspicious occasion. The day’s proceedings will commence with the customary daily puja of the deities, a central practice integral to the ongoing Pran Pratishtha rituals.

Post the morning puja, a significant ritual will unfold: the kindling of the sacred fire, known as Havan. This traditional fire ceremony holds deep spiritual significance, symbolizing purification and the invocation of divine energies. The Havan serves as a bridge between the earthly and celestial realms, fostering a sacred atmosphere for the consecration process.

As each day unfolds with precision and reverence, the Pran Pratishtha event at the Ram Janmabhoomi temple continues to draw devotees and spectators alike, witnessing the meticulous execution of age-old rituals that contribute to the sanctity of this historic ceremony.

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Ceremonial Purification Unfolds: Day Six of Pran Pratishtha at Ram Mandir –

In the ongoing Pran Pratishtha at Ram Mandir, day six brings forth an array of sacred rituals, marking another stride in the consecration ceremony. The morning initiates with the customary daily puja, setting the spiritual tone for the day’s proceedings.

A significant highlight is the ceremonial bath of the idol, a pivotal moment symbolizing purity and divine consecration. This ritual employs water from 114 Kalash, each containing specially medicated liquids, orchestrating a symbolic purification process for the revered deities.

As the day progresses, the evening unveils the ‘Vyahati Hom,’ a sacred ritual involving offerings into the consecrated fire, fostering a sacred connection between the earthly and divine realms. The night will be adorned with a vigilant atmosphere, featuring regular puja and aarti, creating an ambiance steeped in spirituality.

Shri Ram Janmbhoomi Teerth, sharing insights into the day’s schedule, posted on X, “Tomorrow on Sunday, daily puja of the deities with Havan will be done. After that, the bathing of the idol with various medicated water from 114 Kalash (vases) will take place. There will be ‘Vyahati Hom,’ night vigil, with regular evening puja and aarti.” The meticulous execution of these ancient rituals adds depth and sanctity to the ongoing Pran Pratishtha, captivating the attention of devotees and admirers alike.

A Tapestry of Rituals: Day Five of Pran Pratishtha Unfolds Intricate Vedic Traditions –

On the fifth day of the sacred Pran Pratishtha ceremony at Ram Mandir, a rich tapestry of Vedic rituals adorned the spiritual landscape, creating an ambiance of divine consecration. The day’s intricate proceedings encompassed a range of ceremonies, with a focus on offerings, prayers, and the worship of the revered deities.

The day commenced with the customary daily prayers, the kindling of the sacred fire through the Havan ritual, and various Vedic rites, setting the spiritual tone for the elaborate proceedings. A pivotal aspect of the day’s rituals involved the establishment and worship of 81 Kalash in the temple courtyard, symbolizing sacred reverence and invoking divine blessings.

In a statement, the trust overseeing the ceremonies shared, “Today, on January 20, 2024, daily prayers, Havan, etc. were held. Rituals with sugar and fruits also took place. 81 Kalash were established and worshipped in the courtyard of the temple. Evening puja and aarti were also held.”

Friday marked a significant milestone as the idol of Shri Ram Lalla, crafted by the renowned Mysuru sculptor Arun Yogiraj, found its place within the sanctum sanctorum of the temple. Covered in a veil, the first glimpse of the idol was revealed during the placement ceremony, adding an extra layer of reverence to the ongoing Pran Pratishtha proceedings.

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