Assam declares January 22 as a ‘dry day’ for the Ram Temple consecration in Ayodhya

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The Assam government has officially declared January 22 as a ‘dry day’ to commemorate the consecration of the Ram temple in Ayodhya. This decision was taken during the cabinet meeting in Guwahati on Sunday.

Making the announcement on X Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma said, “Decisions we took in today’s meeting of the Assam Cabinet includes Dry Day on 22.01.2024 on the occasion of Pran Pratishtha of Shri Ram Lalla Virajman and Approval to Mukhyamantri Mahila Udyamita Abhiyan- a new scheme to financially support rural women entrepreneurs.”

The final design of the Ram Temple features five domes instead of the initial two, to accommodate a larger number of devotees. A shikhara or tower is planned to be constructed above the sanctum sanctorum, adding to the height and grandeur of the temple.  The idols of Lord Rama, Sita, Lakshmana, Bharata, and Hanuman are being carved with meticulous detail, using traditional methods.

Devotees will be allowed to enter the temple from January 24, 2024 onwards. The temple complex will also include a museum, library, research center, and other facilities, making it a vibrant spiritual and cultural hub.

Pankaj Luitel is a graduate from Manipur University and loves reading and writing. At MountainEcho, Pankaj contributes to the content team efforts and regularly writes for our website

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