In anticipation of the upcoming consecration ceremony at Ayodhya’s Ram Temple, the much-awaited image of the Lord Ram idol has been revealed. Union Minister Shobha Karandlaje took to social media this morning to share the first glimpse of the divine sculpture, portraying the deity as a charming five-year-old child standing in a graceful posture.
Crafted by the skilled hands of Mysuru-based artist Arun Yogiraj, the 51-inch idol is a breathtaking masterpiece sculpted from exquisite black stone. Placed inside the sacred precincts of the Ram Temple a day earlier, the idol is now set to be consecrated during the ‘pran pratishtha’ ceremony scheduled for Monday.
The unveiled photograph showcases the artistic brilliance and devotion poured into creating this iconic representation of Lord Ram. The choice of depicting the deity as a youthful five-year-old adds a unique and endearing touch to the idol, evoking a sense of innocence and divinity.
The meticulous craftsmanship of Arun Yogiraj is evident in every detail of the idol, capturing the essence of Lord Ram with precision and reverence. As the nation eagerly awaits the consecration ceremony, the unveiled image has already become a symbol of spiritual significance, resonating with the faithful across the country.
This monumental occasion marks a significant step forward in the construction and consecration of the Ram Temple, bringing to life the visions and dreams cherished by millions. The black stone idol, with its intricate detailing and divine aura, stands as a testament to the cultural and artistic heritage of India.
As the nation gears up for the much-anticipated ‘pran pratishtha’ ceremony, the unveiled photograph of the Lord Ram idol serves as a poignant reminder of the rich tapestry of faith and devotion woven into the fabric of Ayodhya’s cultural and religious history.