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VHP in state to begin series of prog for Ram Temple inauguration


BY TC News Desk

Agartala, 17th December 2023 :  In anticipation of the historic inauguration of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya on January 22, 2024, Tripura is buzzing with fervor as the Vishva Hindu Parishad launches an extensive campaign to invite Sanatan devotees to attend the monumental event. The Vishva Hindu Parishad has embarked on a massive initiative, sending sacred kalas and urns to every state in the country, including Tripura, to extend invitations for the inauguration ceremony. The brass pot, filled with soil from Ayodhya, symbolizes the sanctity of the upcoming event.

Commencing on January 1 and continuing until January 15, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad, in collaboration with Padma Shibir, is organizing a series of programs. As part of these initiatives, the Parishad members will visit every household, offering prasad and distributing informational pamphlets about the significance of the Ram Mandir.

In a special puja ceremony held at the Agartala Uma Maheshwari Kali Mandir, kalas were sent to every district in the state on Sunday. These kalas serve as formal invitations to citizens, urging them to participate in the auspicious inauguration ceremony.

Reliable sources suggest that a substantial number of religious devotees from Tripura are expected to make the pilgrimage to Ayodhya for the Ram Temple inauguration. With preparations well underway, the state is gearing up to send a significant representation to witness this historic event.

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