Social media filled with AI-generated Ram photos, gives you goosebumps

In recent times, we have been astounded by the remarkable technological progress occurring in various fields. A particularly surprising development has surfaced, revealing an AI-generated depiction of laughter from the Ram Lalla idol in Ayodhya. This video has left audiences shocked, as it presents a captivating fantasy created by artificial intelligence, capable of evoking deep emotions in those who watch it.

A video created using Artificial Intelligence of the idol of Lord Ram in the Ram temple in Ayodhya is giving ‘goosebumps’ to many users on social media, where the clip is now going viral. The video shows the magnificent sculpture, created by Mysore-based Arun Yogiraj, coming alive and smiling and even blinking.

Meanwhile, a huge crowd gathered at the Ram temple in Ayodhya as the majestic temple welcomed devotees to offer prayers on Tuesday morning. This happened a day after the consecration ceremony (‘Pran Pratistha’) of Ram Lalla. It was a very amusing video which was seen on social media. After watching the video, all the social media users express their enthusiasm by commenting and writing “Jai Shri Ram.”

The new idol of Ramlala was resplendent in divine jewelry and attire. According to Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra, the jewelry made for Lord Ram is based on extensive research and study “following the description of the classically appropriate glories of Shri Ram in texts such as Adhyatma Ramayana, Valmiki Ramayana, Ramcharitmanas and Aalavandar Stotra”.

After the research, under the direction of Mr. Yatindra Mishra, the jewelry was prepared by Mr. Ankur Anand’s firm, Harsahaymal Shyamlal Jewellers. The idol of Ramlala was dressed in a yellow dhoti and a red patka/angavastram made of Banarasi cloth. “These angavastrams are embellished with pure gold zari and threads, bearing auspicious Vaishnava symbols – conch, Padma, chakra, and peacock. These garments were created by Delhi-based textile designer, Mr. Manish Tripathi, who worked from Ayodhya Dham Had gone,” Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra wrote in a post on Twitter.

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