Lord Ram Lalla: Revealing the Face A Special Moment in the Making

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Lord Ram Lalla

On January 22, the sacred day, Lord Ram Lalla’s attractive look will be finally shown. Before the special celebrations, pictures of Arun Yogiraj‘s hero started showing up on social media.

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In these pictures, Lord Ram Lalla, who is five years old, is standing with a golden bow and arrow. Lord Ram Lalla was built by Mysuru-based artist Arun Yogiraj, and the images are from his studio. The idol’s eyes will stay masked until its unveiling at 12:30 p.m. on January 22.

Sambit Patra, a BJP spokesperson, tweeted a photo of Ram Lalla’s exposed face, expressing joy at the amazing look of Lord Shri Ram.

Earlier, on Thursday, the 51-inch black stone idol was placed in the sanctum sanctorum, covered with a cloth. The first photo shared by the Vishva Hindu Parishad showed the black statue with eyes covered in a yellow cloth.

Earlier on Thursday, the 51-inch black stone figure had been placed in the inner sanctorum and covered with a sheet. The first photo showed by the Vishva Hindu Parishad shows the black statue’s eyes tied in a yellow fabric.

The pre-consecration ceremonies, which began a week ago on January 16, entered their fourth day on Friday. The holy fire for worship will be lit on this day.

Govind Dev Giri of the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teertha Kshetra Trust explained how the statue of Lord Ram Lalla was revealed by adding honey on a gold bar. The cloth covering Ram Lalla’s eyes will be removed on January 22, just before the ceremony. This process, known as ‘netronmelan,’ includes putting honey on a gold bar, Making the eyes look moisturized and look like ‘kajal’ for people.

Making the eyes look moisturized and look like ‘kajal’ for people.

The panel of judges completely selected Arun Yogiraj’s idol because of its uncommon image of Ram Lalla as a five-year-old child. The idol, which weighs between 150 and 200 kilograms, was carved from three billion-year-old black stone.

Sculptor Arun Yogiraj followed a harsh lifestyle during the idol-making process, fasting for six months and eating only fruits, sprouts, and satvik foods, according to his wife Vijetha.


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