ABVP-affiliated students from Allahabad University aimed to create the world’s largest rangoli depicting the Ram Mandir and Ram Lalla, unveiled during the temple’s consecration ceremony in Ayodhya. With 40 students, they crafted a 50×30 ft rangoli, seeking Guinness World Records recognition. ABVP also distributed 51,000 diyas. The Ram Mandir consecration on January 22, 2024, marked a historic milestone, celebrated globally. Post-ceremony, the temple was open for darshan, while ongoing construction plans included a museum, library, and guesthouse.
A dedicated group of students from Allahabad University, affiliated with the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), made headlines for attempting to create the world’s largest rangoli. The artwork, depicting the Ram Mandir and Ram Lalla, was unveiled on Monday, coinciding with the consecration ceremony at the temple in Ayodhya. The ABVP students, numbering 40 and consisting of 30 women and 10 men, diligently crafted a 50-feet long and 30-feet wide rangoli at the Magh Mela area, achieving recognition in the Guinness World Records.
Displayed at 11 am on Monday, the rangoli captured the essence of the Ram temple and Ram Lalla.
In addition to this artistic endeavour, ABVP workers actively participated in the festivities by distributing 51,000 diyas to illuminate the Magh Mela area.
The consecration ceremony of the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya took place on January 22, 2024, attracting dignitaries, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, from India and abroad. The event marked a significant milestone in the cultural and religious landscape of the country.
The commencement of the ceremony involved a Vedic puja, skillfully conducted by priests hailing from various parts of India. The Pran Pratishthan ceremony held immense historical significance, signifying the successful conclusion of the Ram Mandir construction. This monumental event sparked widespread joy and celebration among Hindus globally, marking a momentous chapter in their cultural and religious heritage.
Following the Pran Pratishthan ceremony, the revered Ram Mandir welcomed the public for darshan, attracting millions of devotees who flocked to the temple to offer their heartfelt respects to Lord Ram.
The open doors signify a sacred space for devotees to connect with their spiritual beliefs and partake in the rich cultural heritage associated with the Ram Mandir.
While the temple complex is currently undergoing construction, it is anticipated to be completed in the coming years. The comprehensive plan for the temple encompasses various facilities, including a museum, a library, and a guesthouse, providing devotees and visitors with additional amenities to enrich their spiritual experience at the Ram Mandir.
The Ram Mandir stands as a symbol of religious harmony and unity in India, serving as a sacred space where individuals of all faiths converge to offer their prayers and worship Lord Ram collectively.
(With inputs from agencies)