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Temple built according to law: Modi

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India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the much talked about Ram Temple in Ayodhya. He went to Ayodhya to inaugurate this temple on Monday morning. Participated in various religious ceremonies since morning. After that, the blindfold of the idol of Lord Rama kept in the main hall of the temple was untied. And through this the ‘Pranapratishtha’ of Rama is completed. Narendra Modi led the entire process.

Modi’s rally was organized in the main premises of the Ram temple. He concluded the main phase of the temple inauguration and addressed the public meeting. Modi said in his speech, ‘January 22 is not just a date, but the beginning of a new era. Ram will no longer stay in the tent, but this time in the temple. There is much to say, but the voice is blocked.’

Modi said, ‘Questions were raised about the existence of Ram. Our judiciary has ensured justice. The temple was built according to the law. Surely there was no shortage in our efforts and sacrifices. So we could not do this for so many centuries. Today that work is finished. I hope Lord Rama will surely forgive us.’

Calling the Ram temple not just a temple, but the vision of India, the country’s prime minister said, ‘Ram is the constant, controller of the country, Ram is omnipresent. What we experience is His grace. This time is not only for victory, but also for humility.’

Narendra Modi was accompanied by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, Uttar Pradesh Governor Abandiben Patel, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RAS) chief Mohan Bhagwat and others during the inauguration of the Ram temple.

After finishing his speech, Prime Minister Narendra Modi bowed to industrialist Mukesh Ambani, actor Amitabh Bachchan, former Prime Minister HD Deve Gowda and his son and JDS leader HD Kumaraswamy who were invited to the opening ceremony of the Ram temple.

According to NDTV, Modi broke his 11-day fast after ‘pranpratistha’. At this time Govindadev Giri Maharaj of Sriram Janmabhoomi Tirtha Kshetra Trust broke his fast by feeding him ‘charanamrit’ from a glass and a spoon. Narendra Modi was observing an 11-day ‘upvas vrata’ to purify his body and soul before inaugurating the Ram temple. It is also known as ‘hard vow’.

According to the Reuters news agency, India’s ruling party, the BJP, has brought forward the 35-year-old debate and made it a political issue, and the party has come to power through it.

However, most of the opposition parties, including the Indian Congress, did not attend the grand opening ceremony. Even many Hindu clerics did not attend the event. According to them, Modi has built this temple for political purposes and not for religious purposes.


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