07 January 2024

In the Auspicious Constellation, Ram Lalla to Reside in Ayodhya – A Rare Confluence

In the sacred city of Ayodhya, the grand temple of Ram Lalla is set to be completed soon, with the consecration ceremony scheduled for January 22, 2024. This momentous occasion will witness the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, serving as the chief patron of the newly constructed temple. Organized by the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust, the ceremony holds paramount importance, accentuating its symbolic essence and the meticulous choice of an auspicious date. This monumental event resonates with cultural and spiritual significance, symbolizing a historic milestone in the construction of the revered Ram Lalla temple in the sacred city of Ayodhya.                                                                                  


Prana Pratishtha in Mrigashira Nakshatra

The consecration ceremony, known as Prana Pratishtha, is slated to take place on January 22, 2024, during the auspicious Mrigashira Nakshatra, precisely at 12:20 PM. Mrigashira Nakshatra is renowned for bestowing prosperity and joy, making it an ideal choice for this sacred event. Astrologers emphasize the rarity and favorability of this cosmic alignment, affirming its pivotal role in determining the chosen date for the consecration. The auspicious Mrigashira Nakshatra, with its harmonious attributes, promises to infuse the ceremony with divine blessings and positive energies.                                                 


Significance of Mrigashira Nakshatra

According to Vedic traditions, Jyotish Shastra holds Mrigashira Nakshatra in high regard for its auspicious attributes. This constellation is believed to be highly conducive to agricultural activities, business ventures, and foreign travel. Pandits express the conviction that performing the Prana Pratishtha during this celestial alignment will bring well-being to the people of the country and contribute to the nation’s progress. The alignment of Mrigashira Nakshatra is considered propitious, free from any malefic influences.


Rare Celestial Confluence on January 22, 2024

The date, January 22, 2024, coincides with Dwadashi, falling on the bright fortnight of the month of Paush. This day is dedicated to Lord Vishnu, known as Kurma Dwadashi, symbolizing the divine manifestation of Lord Vishnu in the form of a tortoise during the churning of the ocean. This auspicious day signifies stability and endurance, reinforcing the belief that the establishment of Ram Lalla’s temple on this day will ensure its eternal prominence.               


Progress of Ram Mandir Construction

As of now, 80% of the construction of the Ram Mandir has been completed, with efforts underway to swiftly conclude the remaining tasks. The four mandaps of the temple are already finished, and the construction of the sanctum sanctorum is in progress. Trust officials affirm that all work on the temple will be completed before January 22, 2024.                 


Architectural Features of the Temple

The temple’s architectural design follows an octagonal pattern, with a circular periphery. Standing at an impressive height of 161 feet, the temple boasts five domes and a tower. It comprises three levels, with the sanctum sanctorum designed to allow the first rays of the sun to illuminate the idol of Ram Lalla during sunrise. The windows and doors of the temple are crafted from seasoned Sagwan wood, showcasing the skilled craftsmanship invested in every aspect of the temple’s construction.


Anticipation and Cultural Reverence

The forthcoming consecration of the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya, set against the backdrop of the propitious Mrigashira Nakshatra, marks a moment of immense cultural and spiritual significance. The completion of 80% of the construction work and the adherence to a meticulous architectural plan underscores the commitment of the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust towards the timely completion of this historic project. As the nation eagerly awaits the inauguration, the resonance of this celestial alignment and the divine aura surrounding the temple construction adds an extra layer of reverence to the impending ceremony.