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Thousands rejoice At Jorabat during the dedication of the old Ram temple

The consecration ceremony of the Ram temple brought thousands of people from the Greater Jakarta region together in a joyful display of togetherness and dedication. The large-scale demonstration was organised by the Jorabat Unity Club and the Sri Sri Bhadrakaleshwari Mandir Sanchalan Satniti.

Key highlights of the celebration include:

Massive Rally: Thousands of participants from the Greater Jorabat area marched together, creating a sea of saffron in the streets. The rally was organized with the support of various committees in the 11th mile, 10th mile, and nearby areas.

Unity and Devotion: The event showcased unity and devotion, with participants carrying saffron flags and chanting ‘Jai Sri Ram’ in unison, echoing the collective joy of the much-awaited moment.

Illuminated Display: A spectacular display of ‘Lighting a Lakh Batti’ arranged in the shape of ‘Jai Sri Ram’ illuminated the path for the massive gathering, symbolizing reverence for the occasion.

Aadhyashree Upadhyay’s Presence: The ceremony was graced by the presence of Aadhyashree Upadhyay, a celebrated dancer known for her mesmerizing performances on Dance India Dance Master. She not only participated in the rally but also had the honor of lighting the ceremonial lamp during the proceedings.

Religious Atmosphere: The festivities included bhajans and religious songs, creating an atmosphere of spirituality and unity among the participants.

Regional Impact: The celebrations extended beyond the Greater Jorabat area, encompassing the entire Dimoria region. Numerous rallies and religious gatherings took place, with people coming together to offer prayers to Ram Lalla.

Historic Moment: The consecration ceremony of the Ram temple is described as a historic moment etched in the hearts of the people of Dimoria, symbolizing unity, devotion, and the fulfillment of a long-cherished dream.

The event seems to have left a profound impact on the community, marking a significant chapter in their history and cultural identity.

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