Schedule of ‘Pran Pratishtha’ ceremony of Ram temple in Ayodhya 

About 2,500 musicians are expected to perform on over 100 stages for the crowds of pilgrims, many of whom have walked for days to reach Ayodhya for the consecration ceremony of Shri Ram temple.

January 22, 2024 07:23 am | Updated 01:46 pm IST - Ayodhya

Devotees gather to watch a huge idol of Hindu Lord Ram ahead of the Inauguration of the Ram Mandir Temple in Ayodhya.

Devotees gather to watch a huge idol of Hindu Lord Ram ahead of the Inauguration of the Ram Mandir Temple in Ayodhya. | Photo Credit: Getty Images

Pran Pratishtha ceremony of the Shri Ram temple in Ayodhya Dham is being held on January 22, 2024. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will perform the ‘Pran Pratishtha’ as per prescribed rituals. 

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The “Pran Pratishtha” ceremony will begin at 12:20 p.m. and is expected to end by 1 p.m. The Prime Minister will then address a gathering of more than 7,000 people, including seers and prominent personalities, at the venue. 

Shri Ram Lalla idol unveiled; PM Narendra Modi offers prayers at Ram Temple
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Ayodhya Ram Temple event schedule and timings

10:45 a.m.: Arrival at Ayodhya helipad

10:55 a.m.: Arrival at Ram Janmabhoomi site

11 a.m.-12 p.m.: Reserved

12:05-12:55 p.m.: ‘Pran Pratishtha’ rituals begin

12:55 p.m.: PM Modi to leave the consecration ceremony venue

1 p.m.: Arrival at a public ceremony

1 p.m.- 2 p.m.: PM Modi to attend a public event in Ayodhya

2:10 p.m.: Visit to Kuber Teela. Arrival at a public ceremony

The rituals for the consecration ceremony had begun on January 16, 2024 starting from the Saryu River.

The arrival of the idol of Lord Rama in the temple complex took place on January 17, 2024,

(With ANI inputs)

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