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Jan 22: Half-Day in Central Govt Offices for Ram Temple Inauguration

Union minister Jitendra Singh announced on Thursday that all central government offices would be closed for a half-day on Jan 22. In honor of the consecration of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya. According to news agency PTI. The minister informed the news agency that the decision to close the office for half a day was made in light of the strong feelings expressed.

India will celebrate the Ram Lalla Pran Pratishtha at Ayodhya on January 22, 2024. It has been decided that all central government offices, central institutions, and central industrial establishments throughout India will be closed for a half day until 14:30 hours on January 22, 2024. So that employees can take part in the celebrations.” The order was sent to all central government ministries and departments.

Pran-Pratishtha on Jan 22

On January 22, at 12.30 p.m., Prime Minister Narendra Modi and a number of other dignitaries from other fields will attend the Ram Temple’s pran-pratishtha event. Seven days prior to the D-day, on January 16, the festivities got underway at the Ayodhya temple complex. Daily rites are carried out in front of the pran-pratishtha.

Jan 22: Half-Day in Central Govt Offices for Ram Temple Inauguration

In a letter dated Wednesday. The Bar Council of India asked Chief Justice DY Chandrachud to declare January 22nd a holiday. “As you know, Jan 22, 2024, is the day that the Shri Ram Mandir in Ayodhya is set to open. Manan Kumar Mishra, chairman of the Bar Council of India, wrote in his letter. That “This event holds immense religious, historical, and cultural significance for millions of people across the country, marking the realization of a long-awaited dream and the culmination of legal proceedings that have been pivotal in defining the nation’s structure.”

On Thursday, Prime Minister Modi unveiled commemorative postage stamps featuring historical events and scenes from the Ram Temple’s founding. Wednesday night, the second day of the pre-consecration ceremonies, saw the arrival of the Lord Ram idol to the temple compound. It hasn’t been installed yet, but it has been stored inside the sanctum sanctorum. ‘Jaladhivas’ is the ritual that is required to clean the idol with water on Thursday, the third day of the ceremonies. ‘Ganesh Pujan’ and ‘Varun Pujan’ are also scheduled on this day.

5-Judge Supreme Court Bench Invited to Ram Mandir Consecration Ceremony

5-Judge Supreme Court Bench Invited to Ram Mandir Consecration Ceremony

The consecration (pran-pratishtha) ceremony of the Ram Mandir, is scheduled for January 22. They extended an invitation to the five Supreme Court judges who delivered the historic 2019 ruling on the Ayodhya dispute. The invitation has been sent to former Chief Justices Ranjan Gogoi, SA Bobde, and DY Chandrachud. As well as current Chief Justices Ashok Bhushan and Abdul Nazeer. In addition to the five judges, invitations have been extended to more than fifty eminent jurists and solicitors. Over 7,000 people have been invited in all, including 3,000 VVIPs, clergy, politicians, actresses, and athletes.

“On a balance of probabilities, the evidence of the possessory claim of the Hindus… Stands on a better footing than the evidence given by the Muslims.” The court declared in its 1,045-page ruling. The disputed 2.77 acres of land were given to a trust established by the Indian government in accordance with the ruling so that the Ram Temple may be built there. As a result, the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra was established in February 2020. It is governed by 15 trustees who are responsible for managing the building and financing of the sacred site.

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