Sikh groups distribute sweets and candles requesting people to celebrate Ayodhya Ram on 22nd

A video is becoming quite viral on social media. In which the Sikh group, considering January 22 as an important day associated with Ayodhya Ram, has distributed sweets and candles and requested people to celebrate this day with incense, lamps, and love. Through this unique initiative, the Sikh community has taken steps towards cleanliness, organization, and cultural unity.

The viral video has been shared by members of the Shiromani Gurdwara community on Twitter. You can see in the viral video, a group of some Sikh people are going to all the Sikh shops and giving sweets, incense sticks, candles, and matchsticks. Also, while giving information about the 22nd January inauguration, they are requesting to celebrate this day happily with everyone and celebrate Diwali.

In the video, he can be heard saying, ‘After 500 years, Ramchand ji’s temple is going to be inaugurated on 22 January. You have to celebrate Diwali on the evening of the 22nd. It has a lamp, a candle, and incense sticks, use them and celebrate Diwali with everyone with love.

All Indians are curious about the inauguration of Ayodhya Ram temple and all are eagerly waiting for this day. At last, that day has come and is not far off. The viral video was viewed by more than 1 lakh people and everyone shared various reactions. One user writes, ‘When the Parody handle is more lovely than the real one.’

Another user writes, ‘I didn’t expect Sikhs would celebrate the 22nd January.’

Another user writes, ‘Beautiful these are Real Sikhs I grew up around.’

The viral video showcasing the Sikh community’s unique initiative to celebrate the inauguration of the Ayodhya Ram temple on January 22 has garnered widespread attention and admiration. Viewers praised the Sikh group’s efforts to promote cultural unity, cleanliness, and organization. The unexpected and heartwarming gesture has sparked positive reactions, with users expressing surprise and appreciation for the Sikh community’s involvement in the celebration of this significant event. The video highlights the spirit of unity and respect among different religious communities in India.

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