Arvind Kejriwal, Bhagwant Mann offer prayers at Ram temple in Ayodhya
Arvind Kejriwal took to X(formerly Twitter) and shared pictures of his divine darshan of the Ram Lalla deity.
Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal and Punjab chief minister Bhagwant Mann visited the Ram Janmabhoomi Temple in Ayodhya on Monday.
Kejriwal took to X(formerly Twitter) and shared pictures of his divine darshan of the Ram Lalla deity. In the pictures, Kejriwal's family, including his wife, can be seen offering prayers at the temple. Mann and his wife are also seen taking blessings of the deity.
"Reaching Ayodhya today with my parents and my wife, I had the privilege of having the divine darshan of Ramlala ji in the Shri Ram temple. Bhagwant ji and his family were also present on this occasion. Everyone together had darshan of Maryada Purushottam Lord Shri Ram Ji and prayed for the progress of the country and the welfare of all humanity. May Lord Shri Ramchandra ji bless everyone. Jai Shri Ram," read the Google translated version of his post.
Earlier, the consecration of the Ram temple in Ayodhya took place on January 22 in a ceremony presided over by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The auspicious event was attended by thousands of VVIPs, including politicians, cricketers, industrialists, spiritual leaders etc.
The temple was opened for darshan by the general public on January 23. Since the inauguration of the temple, more than a million devotees and pilgrims have visited the holy site to offer prayers and seek blessings of Lord Ram Lalla.
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