Pran Pratistha’s Procedure: As India is excitedly waiting for the consecration of the idol of Ram Lala in Ayodhya, some questions by the opposition are knocking on the door, like why the PM is the chief guest of this program. To answer all these questions, Secretary General of Shri Ram Janambhoomi Teerth Kshetra Shri Champat Rai addressed a press conference. In the conference, he briefly talks about all the religious protocols that will be followed on the auspicious day of January 22.
The ceremony will start in the afternoon, and the Pran Pratishtha will take place in the “Abhijit Muhurat.” Pre-consecration sacrament formalities will begin on January 16 and run through January 21.
The Dwadash Adhivas will observed under the protocols, which include the following: Aushadhaadhivaas, Kesaraadhivaas, and Ghritaadhivaas on January 16, and Dhaanyaadhivaas on January 17. Taith Poojan will be on January 18, and Jal Yatra, Jalaadhivas, and Gandhaadhivaas will be on January 19. There will be Sharkaraadhivaas, Phalaadhivaas, and Pushpaadhivaas in the morning and evening on January 20. Madhyaadhivaas and Shayyaadhivaas will be present on January 21 in the morning and evening, respectively.
Domicile process and its masters
According to Champat Rai, the consecration ceremony usually involves seven Adhivaasas, and at least three are in practice. There will be 121 Acharyas performing the rituals. All Anushthaan proceedings will be supervised, coordinated, anchored, and directed by Ganeshwar Shastri Dravid, with Shri Laxmikant Mathuranath Dixit of Kashi serving as the supreme Acharya. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, RSS Sarsanghchalak Mohan Bhagwat, Uttar Pradesh Governor Anandiben Patel, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, and other dignitaries will be present for the consecration ceremony.
The consecration ceremony on the premises will be witnessed by Acharyas of all schools of Bhartiya spiritualism, religion, sect, system of worship, tradition, seers of more than 150 traditions, Mahamandaleshwars, Mandaleshwars, Shrimahants, Mahants, Nagas, and prominent figures of more than 50 Adivasi, Girivasi, Tatavasi, and Dwipavasi tribal traditions.
Historical tribal participation
For the first time in the nation’s recent history, prominent members of tribal traditions represented by the inhabitants of the hills, forests, coastal regions, islands, etc., are present. Each witness will receive their darshan following the conclusion of the sanctorum’s consecration ceremony.
The Shri Ram Janmbhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust has requested all Ram devotees to decorate the temples in their community on January 22 and to observe the deity’s worship rituals, which include bhajan, puja, kirtan, and aarti.