UP social worker sends 1,000 kg of jaggery for Ram Mandir ‘Pran Pratishtha’ ceremony

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A social worker from Uttar Pradesh’s Muzaffarnagar has sent a whopping 1,000 kg of jaggery to Ayodhya where the Pran Pratishtha‘ ceremony of the Ram Temple will be held on January 22.

Satya Prakash Reshu, a social worker, said he dispatched 1,000 kg of jaggery to the temple town on Tuesday and there are plans to send another 101 quintals (10,100 kg) of jaggery on Thursday. Notably, Asia’s largest jaggery market is located in Muzaffarnagar.

According to Reshu, the jaggery is intended for the consecration ceremony of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya. The jaggery will be used as a prasad during the puja and then distributed to the people present at the event.

Reshu said that 10 quintals (1,000 kg) of jaggery had been dispatched to the Ram Temple in Ayodhya for worship and distribution.

“It has always been our tradition that if any auspicious work is to be done, firstly, jaggery is used during the puja and it will then be distributed as prasad. Jaggery is useful. It can be mixed with kheer, tea, milk and halwa,” he said.

Preparations for the Pran Pratishtha‘ event have been in full swing in Ayodhya, with more than 7,000 people, including politicians, industrialists, saints, and celebrities from across the country, expected to attend the grand opening. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be the chief guest.

Additionally, nearly 100 representatives from different countries will attend the consecration ceremony.

The Ram Lalla idol, sculpted by a Mysuru-based artist, Arun Yogiraj, has been selected for installation in the sanctum sanctorum.

(with inputs from Sandeep Saini)

Published By:

Prateek Chakraborty

Published On:

Jan 18, 2024

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