Ram Mandir bhoomi pujan
: Ahead of the bhoomi pujan ceremony tomorrow.
From a massive enclosure at the 400 sqft site of bhoomi pujan to LCD screens for the 170 guests, massive arrangements have been made at the site.
ork is on at fever pitch at the Ram Janmabhoomi site ahead of the bhoomi pujan ceremony on
August 5 which will be attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and 175 other guests.
The undulating patch of land at the Ram Janmabhoomi site, that had unregulated growth of vegetation due to years
of restrictions laid down by the Supreme Court, has been cleared with earthmovers.
India Today TV visited the site to find work going on at full pace even through the night.
A large shamiana (tent) has been erected at the site of the bhoomi pujan with adequate rain
proofing to ensure that monsoon showers do not cause any disruption.
One segment of the covered zone has been earmarked for the bhoomi pujan
with a square patch measuring little over 400 square feet.
The square area has been demarcated by 9 poles on which a tent with bright saffron fabric has been erected.
Right in the middle of the venue is a two-feet-high white obelisk,
which is a tapering stone pillar usually built as a landmark.
This is the place where the “shilanyas”
was done in 1989 and around which the bhoomi pujan ceremony will be performed.
Right behind the main site of the bhoomi pujan is a large video screen that would play the ceremony live.
The message that would play on the screen would say that the ceremony is being led by
Prime Minister Narendra Modi with the name of RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat mentioned after him.
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