Ram Mandir consecration ceremony: Governor to visit temple in Kohima
DIMAPUR —Commemorating the consecration of the Ram Jamnabhoomi Temple on January 22, Nagaland Governor La. Ganesan will visit the Hindu Mandir at PWD in Kohima to mark the occasion.
An update from Raj Bhavan in Kohima stated that the historic inauguration of the Ram temple in Ayodhya is being marked with festive fervour all over the country and the world. It added that special programmes are also being organised in Nagaland, including live-telecast of the event.
While it holds great significance for Hindus worldwide, it mentioned that the occasion also marks a new era of spiritual and cultural significance.
“The consecration of the temple in the birthplace of lord Ram fills the hearts of many with unparalleled emotions,” it said.
It stated that the seven-day Vedic ritual of the pre-Prana Pratistha ceremony commenced on January 16 and continued till January 21 and added that the Pran Pratishtha of ‘Ram Lalla’ will take place on January 22, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi presiding over the ceremony in the presence of thousands of devotees and guests.
Meanwhile, the governor has extended his best wishes to everyone and expressed hope that the event will foster a feeling of unity and brotherhood among everyone as they celebrate and inculcate the valuable lessons taught by lord Ram.