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Yogi government’s Ayodhya celebrates its seventh Deepotsav

<p>This year, the Yogi administration is celebrating the sixth Deepotsav in the city of Lord Ram.<img decoding=”async” class=”alignnone wp-image-278279″ src=”https://www.theindiaprint.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/theindiaprint.com-yogi-governments-ayodhya-celebrates-its-seventh-deepotsav-download-2023-11-11t1810.jpg” alt=”theindiaprint.com yogi governments ayodhya celebrates its seventh deepotsav download 2023 11 11t1810″ width=”1180″ height=”785″ title=”Yogi government's Ayodhya celebrates its seventh Deepotsav 6″ srcset=”https://www.theindiaprint.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/theindiaprint.com-yogi-governments-ayodhya-celebrates-its-seventh-deepotsav-download-2023-11-11t1810.jpg 275w, https://www.theindiaprint.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/theindiaprint.com-yogi-governments-ayodhya-celebrates-its-seventh-deepotsav-download-2023-11-11t1810-150×100.jpg 150w” sizes=”(max-width: 1180px) 100vw, 1180px” /></p>
<p>Spectators were enthralled by a grand parade on Saturday morning that included eighteen regal and celestial tableaux that portrayed the persona of Lord Ram. Jaiveer Singh, the Minister of Culture and Tourism, gave the parade its start.</p>
<p>The parade, which celebrated the life of Shri Ram, started at Ayodhya’s Udaya Square and proceeded to Ram Katha Park.</p>
<p>Participating in the big parade, artists from all throughout the nation gave a captivating performance.</p>
<p>There were throngs of excited onlookers lining the streets as prominent folk dances from various parts of India were paraded.</p>
<p>Aarti of the Tableaux was held at many points along the way. On behalf of the Ayodhya priest community, special thanks were also given to Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.</p>
<p>“Ram Nagari will host a Deepotsav celebration,” said the Minister of Tourism and Culture on this particular day. Once again, a new record will be established for lighting the most diyas worldwide. Lord Ram’s coronation will be performed by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath at this festival of lights. The participation of ambassadors from fifty major nations for Lord Sri Ram’s coronation is going to be the most significant factor.</p>
<p>He said that everyone is reminded of Tretayug, the time when Lord Shri Ram returned to Ayodhya after his conquest of Lanka, by this festival of lights. The joy and warmth that the people of Ayodhya showed at that time is still clearly reflected in the excitement that is seen in the streets of the city today. “The cultural message emanating from this celebration will resonate on the global stage, conveying the essence of Indian Sanatan culture to audiences worldwide,” he said, referring to Ayodhya as the treasured gem of India.</p>
<p>The Department of Tourism and the Department of Information produced the colorful tableaux that were photographed in Ayodhya. A wide range of themes were brought to life in the Information Department’s tableau collection, including representations of Putreshthi Yagya and the guarantee of security for everyone, a society free from fear, Gurukul education and children’s rights, elementary education, the marriage of Ram and Sita, and government plans to marry off daughters.</p>
<p>The visual tales emphasize the critical significance of women’s safety, dignity, and independence while further encapsulating Ahilya’s empowerment and the Mission Shakti project. A variety of topics were covered in the tableaux, such as the services offered by the hotlines 1090 and 1076, Panchvati/Forest and Environment, Rameshwaram Setu (bridge building in Uttar Pradesh), Pushpak Viman and Science and Technology, and improved air connectivity.</p>
<p>The tableau narratives also explore Kevat’s surrounding background, highlighting its significance for social welfare. The magnificent Ram Darbar tableau adds to the story of improved law and order that is told visually.</p>
<p>The series of tableaus has striking depictions of Shabari-Ram Milap, campaigns against land mafia and criminals, and projects aimed at improving the welfare of women. It also features a symbolic picture of Lanka Dahan.</p>
<p>Similar to this, a theme story was revealed in the tableaux that the Tourism Department displayed; the seven tableaux represented the seven chapters, which are Bal Kand, Ayodhya Kand, Aranya Kand, Kishkindha Kand, Sundar Kand, Lanka Kand, and Uttar Kand. A tableau with a Ram Rath motif also contributed to the presentation’s complex tapestry.</p>
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