Sun Rays Descend on Ram Lalla At Ayodhya Temple

In a momentous occasion for millions of Hindus across India, the newly built Ram Temple in Ayodhya witnessed its first Surya Tilak ceremony on the holy day of Ram Navami. This symbolic anointment of the Ram Lalla idol with the sun’s rays marks a significant addition to the rituals associated with the auspicious occasion.

For centuries, devotees have observed Ram Navami, celebrating the birth of Lord Rama. This year, however, held a special significance for the faithful with the inaugural Surya Tilak ceremony at the newly constructed Ayodhya Ram temple that was recently inaugurated. The sun’s rays, believed to carry divine blessings, touched the forehead of the idol, filling devotees with immense joy, and the video of the same is currently going viral on the internet.

The grand ceremony signifies the union of Surya, the Sun God, with Lord Rama, marking the deity’s divine status and seeking his blessings. This historic event is sure to be etched in the memories of devotees and will likely become a permanent fixture in the temple’s annual rituals.

On the other hand, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the man behind bringing Ayodhya Temple dream to reality, has tweeted about the Surya Tilak in a special post, as he watched the event live when he was campaigning elsewhere.