1200 Rotis Will Be Made At One Go, Special Gift From Ajmer For Food Prasad In Ayodhya

Geeta Kumar
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Ayodhya Ram Mandir

Eight chapatti-making machines from Ajmer will also bake rotis in the food prasad being prepared for the people in Ayodhya. Rajasthan Assembly Speaker Vasudev Devnani flagged off these machines from Ajmer on Monday and sent them to Ayodhya. Devnani said that on January 22, the idol of Lord Ram will be installed in the Ram temple in Ayodhya.

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8 Machines Will Make 1200 Rotis

He said that this has been the dream of Indians for centuries. He said that this work would be done under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. God will sit in the sanctum sanctorum, which is everyone’s good fortune. He said that Ayodhya will become the world’s most significant pilgrimage site. These machines have been sent for the rotis made in the Maa Sita Bhojanshala of Ayodhya. These eight machines will make 1200 chapatis at one time. He said that 50 personnel from Ajmer are also working there.

108 Feet Long Incense Sticks Being Brought By Road

Ramlala Pran Pratistha Utsav is on January 22 in Ayodhya. On the other hand, for the program, 108-foot-long incense sticks weighing 3610 kg are being taken from Gujarat to Ayodhya by road. On Monday, the trailer of incense sticks left for Ayodhya via Bharatpur’s Agra-Jaipur National Highway. Many devotees reached the highway and chanted Jai Shri Ram. This incense stick has been prepared in Gujarat. It took 6 months to make it.

It is being told that many types of herbs have been added to it. This incense stick will burn for about one and a half months and spread fragrance over 50 kilometres. The width of this incense stick is about three and a half feet. Apart from this, Charan Paduka from Ashok Vatika of Sri Lanka reached Manendragarh district of Chhattisgarh, where many devotees gathered to have darshan of Shri Ram’s Charan Paduka. This yatra will reach Ayodhya via the Ram Van Gaman Path. The yatra started on December 15 and will end in Ayodhya on January 22.

The temple priest said that when Kar Seva was done in 1990-91, we had gone to Ayodhya and the people there were harassed a lot. At that time, I even had to face a lathi charge from the police. We had gone to serve God. We are very happy to have darshan of Charan Paduka today. On January 22, temples and the city will be decorated with lamps. After this, Charan Paduka left for Shahdol in Madhya Pradesh via Manendragarh, where the night halt would be in Shahdol.

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