Hanuman ji himself… Monkey’s Visit to Ram Mandir.

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Monkey's Visit to Ram Mandir,Hanuman ji himself,

Hanuman Ji himself,Monkey’s Visit to Ram Mandir:The people in charge of the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya recently told a strange incident that took place when the temple was open to the public. According to the Ram Temple Trust, a monkey came to the temple’s deepest portion, where the idol of Ram Lalla is situated. Surprisingly, it caused no injury to anyone in the huge gathering of devotees.

The Shri Ram Janmbhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust highlighted the event in a post. They report that about 5:50 p.m. on Tuesday, a monkey entered the temple through the southern entrance and made its way to the entrance. It then arrived at the old Ram Lalla statue that had been kept inside a tent before the building of the current temple.

The security guards nearby, afraid for the idol’s safety, ran towards the monkey. However, the monkey quietly retreated and proceeded to the northern entrance, which was locked. It subsequently left through the eastern entrance, passing through the crowd of devotees without incident.

The trust stated that the security officers saw the monkey’s visit as a heavenly favour, thinking it to be Lord Hanuman ji himself . This concept is further strengthened by the history of monkeys having a connection with Hanuman, the vanara god dedicated to Lord Ram and an important the main character in the Ramayana. Monkeys, who are regarded avatars of Hanuman, were used as signs all through the history of the Ram Janmabhoomi campaign. A significant incident happened on October 30, 1990, when devotees broke over barriers and placed saffron flags atop the Babri Masjid. During the disturbance, a monkey positioned itself on the central dome, protecting one of the flags while the crowd left due to security guards.

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