Huge influx of devotees continues at Ayodhya's Ram Mandir

AYODHYA: A large number of devotees converged at the Ram Temple in Ayodhya on Tuesday to have a darshan of Lord Ram.

Ahmedabad resident Kirti Acharya, a devotee, expressed overwhelming emotions during his visit to Ayodhya.

"We have come from Ahmedabad. It was a wonderful sight. Tears welled up in my eyes, thinking that after 500 years, such a magnificent temple has been built, standing tall, symbolizing the victory of Sanatan (eternal) values. Lord Ram has arrived here, and it brings us immense joy," Kirti Acharya said.

Another devotee stated, "Our journey has been blessed after witnessing Ayodhya. The geographical area of Ayodhya has been beautifully adorned in anticipation of Lord Shree Ram's arrival. The intricate work on the temple is also exceptionally beautiful. There is no difficulty for people like us who come from outside India; everything is well-arranged here."

A Lucknow teacher, accompanying students, shared the joy of their journey.

'We have come to Ayodhya for a competition. After arriving here, we also visited the Ram Mandir, and witnessing it felt wonderful. There is a lot of positive energy here. Coming here, my heart is filled with joy because, after a tremendous struggle, we have achieved this success. Ayodhya has also seen significant development. Small roads have been constructed, and tourists are coming from all directions. The atmosphere is filled with happiness," the teacher said.


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