Devotees throng Ayodhya's Ram Temple for 'darshan', day after 'Pran Pratishtha' ceremony

AYODHYA: Devotees thronged in large numbers to Ayodhya on Tuesday, the first morning after the Pran Pratishtha ceremony of Ram Lalla at the grand temple.

Security was steeped up at the temple, which witnessed a heavy rush of devotees at its main gate to have 'Darshan' of Lord Ram Lalla since the grand temple was thrown open to the public today.

Devotees flocked to the temple from 3 am to offer prayers. The Pran Pratishtha ceremony of Lord Ram Lalla concluded on Monday.

"We are very pleased. Ayodhya has decked up like a bride. We are touched even more to come to terms with the fact that we are going to have 'darshan' of the Ram Lalla," Tejender Singh, a devotee from Chandigarh said.

On the huge crowd gathered at the gates of the temple, he said, "Lakhs of people will have darshan of Lord Ram. So it is bound to be crowded."

Another devotee said that he has come all the way from Odisha to have darshan of Lord Ram at Ayodhya.


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