Celebration of Pran Pratistha not only in Ayodhya but all over the world, where and what is being celebrated on 22 January - Newztezz Online

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Celebration of Pran Pratistha not only in Ayodhya but all over the world, where and what is being celebrated on 22 January


Not only Ayodhya has become Rammay regarding Pran Pratistha, but many cities of the world are also eager to be a part of this festival through many programs in their places. Let's take a look at what is happening around the world regarding the celebrations and consecration of life in Ayodhya on 22 January.

There is an atmosphere of excitement not only in India but all over the world regarding the consecration ceremony to be held on January 22 in Ayodhya. A large number of Ram devotees have started reaching Ayodhya to take part in the consecration ceremony of the idol of the child form of Lord Ram in the newly constructed temple. Meanwhile, on this auspicious occasion, events are being organized with pomp and grandeur in Ayodhya, while programs on the occasion of Pran Pratistha will be organized in more than 60 countries including Britain and America.

Not only Ayodhya has become Rammay regarding Pran Pratistha, but many cities of the world are also eager to be a part of this festival through many programs in their places. Let's take a look at what is happening around the world regarding the celebrations and consecration of life in Ayodhya on 22 January. At which places outside the country, preparations have been made for a grand event? Programs will be organized not only in India but in more than 60 countries including America, Britain, Canada, Australia, Germany and Japan. Not only this, Ram Yatra will also be taken out in many big cities.

There will be flower rain in Ayodhya

Let's start with Uttar Pradesh, where preparations have been made for a grand event. On January 22, during Pran Pratishtha, Air Force helicopters will shower flowers on the Ram temple of Ayodhya.

After the announcement by the Central Government to give half-day holiday to the central employees on 22 January, now many state governments have also announced half-day holiday. The governments of many states including Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Odisha, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Assam and Tripura have announced a half-day holiday on January 22. In Goa also a public holiday has been declared in the state. The government in Haryana has also announced temporary closure of schools.

Ram Bhajan will be played in UP buses

Not only this, on Monday, central establishments, public sector banks, insurance companies, financial institutions as well as regional rural banks (RRBs) will remain closed for half a day across the country. In view of the Pran Pratishtha program, the Bar Council of Punjab and Haryana has also announced “No Working Day” in the Punjab-Haryana High Court as well as in the district courts of Haryana and Punjab.

The Transport Department of Uttar Pradesh has also made special preparations for this day. Seeing the enthusiasm of Ram devotees, Yogi government has given instructions after which the transport department will play Ram Bhajan in all the buses on this day. Along with the bhajans sung by famous artists, today's bhajans and songs related to Ram will also be played. Bhajans of local singers will also be played.

HP procession in Shimla

In the temples of Ayodhya, Ramayana, Ramcharitmanas recitation, Sunderkand recitation and Bhajan Kirtan are being organized on 14th January and it will continue till 24th March. Regarding Pran Pratistha, Shobha Yatra will be taken out on 21st and 22nd January in many districts including CM Yogi Adityanath's parliamentary constituency Gorakhpur and Maharajganj. Preparations have been made for many grand events in other districts of the state also.

Enthusiasm is being seen in Himachal Pradesh also regarding Pran Pratistha. The 3-day program is starting from tomorrow Saturday (January 20) in the capital Shimla. The procession will start from Kalibari temple in Shimla on Saturday. This procession will pass through Lower Bazaar, Mall Road, CTO and Krishna Temple. Akhand Path will start from January 21 in Ram Mandir, Shimla. Which will end at 10 am on January 22. Thousands of lamps will be lit here at sunset.

Ram's atmosphere in Nepal also

There is an atmosphere of celebration in the neighboring country Nepal too and on this day special prayers will be performed in more than 3 thousand temples. Special worship will be held in all the Shaktipeeths from the famous Pashupatinath temple of the capital Kathmandu. Apart from this, special puja will be held in all the Shaktipeeths including Guheshwari Temple, Maitidevi Temple and Bhadrakali from morning itself. Then bhajan kirtan will be performed in the afternoon and havan will be performed in the evening.

Nepal government has also asked people to perform special puja on this day. Besides, people have been asked to stay away from the sale of liquor and non-vegetarian items on this day. In the Ram Janaki temple in Nepal's Janakpur city, every house has been asked to light lamps and celebrate. 1.25 lakh lamps will be lit in Janaki temple. There is a festive atmosphere in Nepal like India and Diwali will be celebrated here on this day.

Ram Yatra will start in Paris

In many countries of the world, there is a huge celebration regarding the consecration of life. The Pran Pratishtha ceremony will be telecast live in more than 50 countries. Live telecast will be done in many countries including America, Britain, Australia, Canada, Fiji, Indonesia and Germany. Events related to Pran Pratistha will be organized at more than 300 places in America and 30 places in Australia. Ram Yatra will be taken out till the Eiffel Tower in Paris. In America, it will be telecast live on the big screen at Times Square in New York.

ISKCON has about 900 temples across the world and Diwali will be celebrated here on this day and the temples will be completely drenched in lamp lights. Kirtan of Lord Ram will be performed in the temples of ISKCON on this day. Prasad and books will also be presented to the devotees. Preparations for the celebration have been completed in many foreign cities including London, New York and Los Angeles. ISKCON says that arrangements for food and drinks have also been made for the people attending the event.


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