Celebrities flock to ayodhya Pran pratishta from Bollywood to South
The holy city of Ayodhya is aglow this week, not just with the dazzle of a thousand diyas, but also with the radiance of a thousand stars. As the much-anticipated Pran Pratishtha ceremony of the Ram Mandir draws near, celebrities from across India are flocking to the city, eager to be part of this historic occasion.
From the legendary Rajinikanth and Dhanush down south to the veteran actor Anupam Kher and the ever-energetic Kangana Ranaut, Bollywood glitterati are making their way to Ayodhya. Religious figures like Sri Sri Ravi Shankar and Arun Govil (the iconic Ram from Ramayan) add a spiritual dimension to the gathering. Sports stalwarts like Vindu Dara Singh and Rakesh Bedi are also lending their presence, showing the cross-cultural significance of this event.
List of Celebrities going to Ayodhya for Pran Pratisthta
From Bollywood to South Indian Cinema
- Amitabh Bachan
- Sachin Tendulkar
- Abhishek Bachan
- Anil KUmble
- Ajay Devgan
- Akshay Kumar
- Shankar Mahadevan
- Anushka Sharma- Virat Kohli
- Alia Bhatt- Ranbir Kapoor
- Ram Charan – Upasana
- Tiger Shroff-Jackie Shroff – Ayesha Shroff
- Randeep Hooda – Lynn Laishram
- Kangana Ranaut
- Ayushman Khurana
- Madhuri Dixit
- Sunny Deol
- Madhur Bhandarkar
But beyond the star power, what draws these celebrities to Ayodhya is not just the spectacle. It’s a deeper connection, a sense of being part of something momentous. The Ram Mandir has been a symbol of faith and perseverance for centuries, and its consecration marks not just the completion of a physical structure, but the culmination of a long and tumultuous journey.
For many celebrities, this is a personal pilgrimage. Some, like Hema Malini and Jackie Shroff, have spoken openly about their devotion to Lord Ram. Others, like Vivek Oberoi and Madhur Bhandarkar, may be seeking a deeper spiritual connection. Yet, regardless of their individual motivations, there’s an undeniable sense of unity and shared purpose among these diverse personalities.
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Ultimately, the Ram Mandir’s Pran Pratishtha is not just a religious ceremony; it’s a cultural milestone. And the presence of celebrities, with their diverse backgrounds and voices, underscores the multifaceted nature of this event. It’s a celebration of faith, tradition, and unity, one that transcends the boundaries of religion and stardom. As the stars descend upon Ayodhya, they become not just spectators, but participants in a historic moment, witnessing the culmination of a dream and the dawn of a new era.
So, whether you’re a passionate devotee, a curious observer, or simply captivated by the sheer star power, keep your eyes on Ayodhya this week. For amidst the hymns and chants, the diyas and the crowds, a story is unfolding, one that will be etched in the annals of Indian history.
When is the Ayodhya Ram Lalla Pran Pratishta?
The Ayodhya Ram Lalla Pran Pratishta is scheduled to take place on January 22, 2024, at 12:20 PM IST. This is the day that the idol of Ram Lalla will be installed in the sanctum sanctorum of the Ram Mandir. The ceremony will be attended by thousands of devotees from all over India and the world.
The Pran Pratishta ceremony is a sacred ritual that is performed to infuse the idol with the divine life force. It is a complex and lengthy ceremony that involves a series of prayers, rituals, and offerings. The idol will be anointed with holy water, milk, and other auspicious substances. It will also be decorated with flowers, garlands, and other ornaments.
The Pran Pratishta ceremony is a significant event in the history of Hinduism. It marks the culmination of a long and arduous journey to build the Ram Mandir. The ceremony is expected to be a joyous occasion, as it will be a celebration of faith, unity, and hope.