Ayodhya (Uttar Pradesh) – Nine lakhs earthen lamps are going to be illumined every day during Deepotsav at the quay on the River Sharayu from 3rd November onwards. Along with this, the ancient Mtt Mandir and water Kunda are going to be illuminated with more than 3 lakhs earthen lamps. The Deepotsav has commenced on 2nd November, on the auspicious day of Dhanatrayodashi.
Shri Ram Ki Janma Bhoomi, Ayodhya sees the vibrant and extravagant celebration of #Deepotsav on the banks of the holy Sarayu River every year on the eve of Diwali.
Here is a glimpse of the magnificent light show at Ram Ki Ghat in #Ayodhya.@myogiadityanath @uptourismgov pic.twitter.com/IGOt8XYMJA
— G Kishan Reddy (@kishanreddybjp) November 2, 2021
The temporary constructed Shriram Temple on the Shrirambhoomi is going to be illuminated with 30 thousand earthen lamps. So also 51 lamps using pure ghee will be lighted in front of Ramlalla.
9 lakh diyas (earthen lamps) will be lit on the fifth and grandest edition of #Diwali in #Ayodhya today and is likely to be the last mega event of the Yogi government before 2022 #UttarPradesh assembly polls.
(reports Pawan Dixit)https://t.co/NqJLFKCIdX
— Hindustan Times (@htTweets) November 3, 2021
In the ancient Hanumangadhi, there is a tradition of celebrating Hanuman Jayanti on Kartik Krushna Chaturdashi which happens to be on 3rd November. In the Sanctorum of the temple, the Deity will be adorned with gold-silver and diamonds.