PM Modi is sleeping on floor and drinking only Coconut water till 22nd of January

Ayodhya Ram temple is going to be inaugurated on January 22, whose ‘Pran Pratishtha’ puja will be done by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The rituals for the consecration of the temple started on January 12. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is strictly following the rules and rituals before attending the event. For which he has started a special ritual of 11 days.

The 11-day rituals involve purifying the mind and body with penance and meditation and a special “Satvik” diet that bans onions, garlic, and many other items. According to sources, the Prime Minister is sleeping on the floor with only blankets and drinking only coconut water. ‘Pran Pratishtha’ involves infusing the idol with divine consciousness and is a crucial step for every idol worshipped in the temple. As per the temple committee, the propitious moment for this ritual is scheduled for 12:30 pm on January 22.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi shared an audio message ahead of the inauguration of the Ram Temple on Friday, January 12. PM Modi said in his tweet, ‘Only 11 days are left for the consecration of Ram Lalla in Ayodhya. My privilege is also to be a witness to such an auspicious occasion. The Lord has made me an instrument to represent all the people of India during the consecration of life. With this in mind, I embark on a special 11-day ritual, commencing today, where I humbly seek blessings from everyone around me. At this time, it is challenging to express my feelings in words, but I have made an effort from my side.

After seeing the viral tweet, users shared a variety of reactions. One user writes, ‘After 500 years, we are that lucky generation who will see the entry of Lord Shri Ram into his palace under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. ,

Yogi Devnath ji writes, ‘May this ritual be successful, may Lord Shri Ram give you strength. ,

Ahead of the consecration ceremony, PM Modi has asked people to conduct cleanliness drives in temples nationwide. Last week, he cleaned the premises of Kalaram Temple in Nashik, Maharashtra as part of the “cleanliness drive”. And the central government has announced a half-day closure in all its offices.

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