Isha Ambani and Anand Piramal Grace Ayodhya for Grand Ram Mandir Opening Ceremony


Isha Ambani in Ayodhya for Ram Mandir opening.

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AYODHYA, India – In a momentous occasion, Isha Ambani and her husband, Anand Piramal, arrived in Ayodhya for the grand ‘Pran Pratishtha’ ceremony at the newly-constructed Ram Temple on January 22. The power couple, both donned in coordinated yellow outfits, joined the festivities to mark the inauguration of the Ram Mandir.

As part of the landmark event, the ‘Pran Pratishtha’ ceremony involved the consecration of the idol of infant Lord Ram, known as Ram Lalla. The rituals were presided over by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, adding a significant and auspicious touch to the proceedings.

Isha Ambani, expressing her joy upon arrival at the Ram Mandir, stated to news agency ANI, “Today is one of the most sacred days for us. I am overjoyed to be here.” The sentiments were echoed by her husband, Anand Piramal, who exclaimed, “Jai Sri Ram.”

The highlight of the day was the consecration of the Ram Lalla idol, crafted by Karnataka’s renowned sculptor Arun Yogiraj. The idol had been installed inside the sanctum sanctorum on January 18, paving the way for the grand ceremony witnessed by thousands.

The inauguration event drew an impressive crowd of over 7,000 attendees, comprising politicians, celebrities, industrialists, saints, and approximately 100 representatives from various countries. The diverse gathering reflected the widespread significance and global attention garnered by the historic moment in Ayodhya.

The Ram Mandir inauguration is a culmination of a long-standing dream for many devotees, and the meticulous planning and execution of the ceremony made it a spectacle to remember. As the nation witnesses this significant chapter in its cultural and religious history, the grandeur of the event at the Ram Mandir further solidifies Ayodhya’s place as a symbol of spiritual and cultural heritage.

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