Diwali the festival of joy is on the way as we all know and all of us have already started preparations for Diwali like what to wear, how to celebrate, which sweets to eat, and other things like that. We want to inform you that this Diwali our Honourable Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to visit Ayodhya to celebrate Diwali. And the main attraction this Diwali will be the Deepotsav, which is going to be organized by the UP government.
Yogi government is organizing this Deepotsav every year since the BJP government got power and won an election. Everyone knows that Ayodhya is where Lord Rama was born and Diwali is celebrated when Lord Rama returns to Ayodhya after 14 years. Ayodhya has already made a record of 9 lakhs lamps, meaning diyas were lit along river saryu in 2021. Before this, in 2020,5.84 lakh diyas were lit to create a record. It is mentioned that over 15 lakhs lamps will be lit in the place of Lord Rama.
Ayodhya Temple Timings
|Summer||7:30 AM||11:30 AM|
|4:30 PM||9:30 PM|
|Winter||9:00 AM||11:00 AM|
|4:00 AM||9:00 PM|
PM Modi Timeline On Sunday
- PM Modi will visit Ayodhya on 23rd October 2022 Sunday.
- PM Modi will offer prayer at Ram Lala, Sri Ram Janm Bhumi at 5 pm, and afterward, he will take stock of the tourist site of Ramjanm Bhumi Tirath Kshetra.
- 5.40 PM: The PM will be present at Sri Ram Katha Park to watch Sri Ram’s ‘Rajyabhishek’
- PM Modi will participate in the evening aarti at 6:30 pm.
- 6.40 PM: PM Modi will attend ‘Deepotsav’ at Ram Ki Paudi Ghats
- 7.30 PM: He will take a glimpse of digital firecrackers
The state government’s duty will be to check everything that should be completed for the sixth ‘Deepotsav’ in Ram ki paidi ghats on time and with proper arrangements.
Where Is This Place Located?
Ayodhya is located in the state of Andhra Pradesh, everyone believes that this is the holy city as Lord Rama was born in Ayodhya. And this year PM Modi has decided to celebrate with all the Devotees of Lord Rama with the grand celebrations event planned in the holy city.
Accommodations In Ayodhya
Deepotsav is the biggest festival of the year and you should visit there once because you will experience many things and find positive and pure energy over there. Here is a list of accommodations you can choose to stay over.
- Shri Janki Mahal Trust
- Madhav Bhavan
- Sahu Dharamshala
- Shri Ram Charit Manas Bhavan
- Maa Vaishno Dharamshala
- Rambalak Das ji Gujarati Dharamshala
- Shri Madhavashram Pejawar Mutt
- Hanuman Bagh Dharamshala
- Shri Ram Hotel
- Bhakti Niwas