Ayodhya Ram Mandir Draws 1.5 Lakh Devotees Daily, Is Ayodhya Ready To Handle The Rush?

Ayodhya Ram Mandir

Ayodhya Ram Mandir: On Wednesday, Shri Ram Janmbhoomi Teerth Kshetra declared that the Ayodhya Ram Mandir receives almost 1.5 lakh pilgrims daily. A lavish ceremony was held on January 22 to officially open the temple. Devotees were also told by the temple trust that they could visit the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Mandir for Darshan from 6:30 AM to 9:30 PM.

Unveiling Ceremony and Progress Update

In an X post, the temple trust said, “The Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Mandir is witnessing an average of 1 to 1.5 lakh pilgrims daily”.  Ramlala’s followers can now witness a daily live streaming of the aarti from Ayodhya, according to a statement made earlier on Tuesday by Doordarshan (DD) National. Every day at 6.30 AM, a live broadcast of the aarti will take place from the Ram Temple in Ayodhya.

The public unveiling of the Ram Mandir took place on January 23, immediately after Prime Minister Narendra Modi‘s Pran Pratishtha event on January 22. As per the statement released by the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teertha Kshetra Trust, the Ram Temple complex is expected to be finished by December of this year.

Labor Force Expansion for Accelerated Construction

A trust member named Anil Mishra informed the PTI news agency that more than 3,500 more labourers will be brought on board shortly to expedite the building of the temple’s final two stories. In addition, he said that three of the temple’s five summits had already been prepared before the consecration ceremony. The main peak of the temple is coated with gold and measures about 161 feet in height.

In the Ram Temple complex, six gods and goddesses will be constructed along the parkota. According to Ayodhya’s District Magistrate, Nitish Kumar, the route from Tedhi Bazaar at the western end of the Ram Janmabhoomi to a post office via Ashrafi Bhawan and Vibhishan Kund is being enlarged by 15 metres, aside from the Ram Temple.

Is Ayodhya Ready?

To guarantee a seamless experience for devotees, the city is implementing the following measures:

Controlling crowds: To maintain crowd control and make sure that the pilgrims have a positive experience, the temple trust and local authorities are working together. There are steps in place to keep throngs of people safe and to shorten lines.

Entry rules: There are specific guidelines in place, such as leaving personal items outside and requiring access tickets for specific Aartis.

Security: There are enough police officers and other security guards stationed inside and outside the Ram Temple grounds.

Crowd management plan: An analysis of daily foot traffic will be done before implementing a crowd control plan.

Beautification: To encourage religious tourism, roadways and pavements are being embellished with themes like Dharma Path, Janm-bhoomi Path, Ram Path, and Bhakti Path.

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