Before the consecration of Ram temple in Ayodhya, the whole world is joining the country in its celebration. In America, Ram devotees have already taken out many car and bike rallies. Apart from this, there are reports of it being telecast live on January 22 at the popular Times Square in New York City, America. Meanwhile, giving further emphasis to the preparations for the inauguration of Ram Temple, the American unit of Vishwa Hindu Parishad has also put up billboards in 10 states.
It has been told that till now 40 billboards have been installed in 10 states spread across thousands of kilometers of America giving information about Ram Mandir Pran Pratishtha. It has been told that Ramlala's life consecration program is scheduled on 22 January in Ayodhya. The states where these billboards have been installed include Texas, Illinois, New York, New Jersey and Georgia. Apart from this, proper celebrations will be organized in Arizona and Missouri from January 15.
VHP workers in America said that the message being given through these billboards is that Indian-Americans are very happy and excited about this event. They are eagerly waiting for the consecration ceremony. Teja Shah, Joint Secretary of VHP, America, said that in New Jersey the Hindu community is actively engaged in organizing car rallies and fairs. The Indian community living here till the end of its life will participate in many other programs along with car rallies.
Celebration preparations going on in Britain and Canada
Different preparations are going on all over the world. Ramayana Sabha from America, Australia and UK, along with Sunderkand family from Canada and Ram devotees from Chicago have even booked their tickets to India. People living in different countries of the world are in touch with each other, and are going to come to Ayodhya to visit the Ram temple.
time of Ramlala's life consecration
An auspicious time of 84 seconds has been determined for the consecration of Ram Lalla. This time will be from 12:29 am to 12:30 am on January 22, 2024. The length (east to west) of the temple is 380 feet, width is 250 feet and height is 161 feet. This temple is three storeyed, each floor of which is 20 feet high. It has a total of 392 pillars and 44 doors.