Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s go to to the Hanumangarhi temple earlier than heading out for the ceremony to put the muse stone for the Ram temple’s building on August 5 in Uttar Pradesh’s Ayodhya has a particular cause, a priest on the 10th-century shrine has mentioned.
The Prime Minister and Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath will carry out a particular puja at Hanumangarhi, a temple devoted to Lord Hanuman, after which go to Ram Janmabhoomi for the bhoomi pujan.
“Without Lord Hanuman, no work of Lord Ram can begin. That is why Modi ji and Yogi ji are coming and will do special pooja at Hanumangarhi temple and then will lay the foundation for the construction of Ram temple at Janmabhoomi Sthal with the blessings of Hanuman ji,” Madhuvan Das, a Hanumangarhi temple, was quoted as saying by information company ANI.
Das mentioned no work has been performed with out the blessings of Hanuman, a devotee of Lord Ram, so the first blessing shall be sought from him for the sleek building of the Ram temple.
Mahant Raju Das, the top priest of Hanumangarhi, mentioned they’ve been allotted seven minutes for Prime Minister’s rituals on the temple, in line with ANI.
Vedic monks will escort the Prime Minister whereas reciting mantras to the Hanumangarhi temple the place the ceremony may also embody prayers for his wellbeing and to cut back the unfold of the coronavirus pandemic within the nation. The head priest mentioned solely 4 monks are more likely to conduct the prayers within the temple.
“We have to follow social distancing, these are the orders we have received from the Prime Minister’s Office. So, following the norms, no one will be allowed to touch the Prime Minister neither will they offer him ‘prasad’,” he mentioned.
The temple city has been decked up forward of the August 5 ceremony when PM Modi will lay the muse stone for building of the Ram temple.
The building of Ram temple will start after the ceremony to put the muse stone and a number of other dignitaries from the political and spiritual fields are anticipated to participate.