Government announces holiday on 22 January
Everyone is excited for the ceremony of consecration in Ram temple of Ayodhya. For this special day, the Central Government has made a special announcement for the employees working in government offices.
Keeping in view the sentiments of the government employees regarding the Pran Pratistha ceremony in Ram temple on 22nd January, holiday has been declared in all the central offices till 2.30 pm. Notification has also been issued in this regard.
Due to the overwhelming sentiment of the employees and requests from them, Central Government announces half day closing till 2:30 pm on 22nd January 2024, at all Central Government offices, Central institutions and Central industrial establishments throughout India on the occasion of Ram Temple pranpratishtha ceremony.
In this order, it was said that due to the great sentiments of the employees and their request, the Central Government has announced half-day holiday. The central government took this step so that everyone can watch the live telecast of Pran Pratistha.
Earlier, on this special occasion, Prime Minister Narendra Modi released commemorative postage stamps on Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Temple and a book of stamps issued on Lord Ram across the world. At the same time, after PM Modi’s call for cleanliness campaign in temples before Ayodhya Ram Temple ‘Pran Pratishtha’, BJP National President JP Nadda performed cleanliness service at Pashupati Nath Temple in Delhi’s Vishwas Nagar.
Main ritual of Pran Pratistha started
The main ritual of Pran Pratistha in Ayodhya started this afternoon at the auspicious time. Earlier, the immovable idol of Ramlala was taken to the sanctum sanctorum late on Wednesday night. By this evening he will be formally seated on his seat.
Ramlala visited the temple premises
Before this, on Wednesday, the silver statue of Ramlala was taken on a tour of the Ram temple complex. Earlier there was a plan to tour the immovable idol of Ram Lalla in the Janmabhoomi complex, but due to security reasons and the weight of the idol being high, the ritual of touring the campus was completed with a small silver statue of Ram Lalla.