In Madhya Pradesh, Babies Born On Ram Temple Day Named After Lord Ram, Sita

In Madhya Pradesh, Babies Born On Ram Temple Day Named After Lord Ram, Sita

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Numerous infants born on Monday in the Madhya Pradesh district of Damoh were named after Lord Ram and Mata Sita in observance of the auspicious Pran Pratishtha ceremony of Ram Lalla’s idol in Ayodhya, according to a doctor.
The doctor continued, “The mothers and their family were quite happy that their babies were born on the special day.”

The Damoh District Hospital’s Resident Medical Officer (RMO), Dr. Vishal Shukla, stated: “Since this is a government hospital and people from all over the district come here, there were no demands regarding special muhurat. However, in accordance with our culture, the women patients’ family members began naming their children Ram, Siya, Janki, and Ayodhya Prasad.”

It was a momentous occasion; the mothers, along with other family members, were overjoyed that their babies had been born on the day of Ayodhya’s consecration. On Monday, the district saw about 80 deliveries, including ones at private hospitals,” Dr. Shukla continued.

He went on to say that from January 22 until midnight on January 23, a total of 28 children were born. There were eighteen boys and ten girls among them.

On Monday, Ram Lalla’s Pran Pratishtha took place at the Ram Temple in Ayodhya. After the one-hour rituals, Prime Minister Narendra Modi presided over the Pran Pratishtha ceremony, where the Ram Lalla idol was unveiled.

About 8,000 people were invited to the event, with 1,500–1,600 distinguished guests among them.

The Shri Ram Janmbhoomi Mandir is built in the manner of the Nagara people. Its dimensions are 380 feet east-west, 250 feet wide, and 161 feet tall. 392 pillars and 44 doors support its overall structure. The temple features beautifully carved images of Hindu gods and goddesses on its pillars and walls.

The infant form of Bhagwan Shri Ram, the idol of Shri Ramlalla, is housed in the main sanctum sanctorum on the ground floor.

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