Ayodhya Ram Mandir: Ayodhya will smell with the fragrance of 108 feet long incense sticks, Saraswati will break the fast of silence after 30 years

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Ayodhya Ram Mandir: Ayodhya will smell with the fragrance of 108 feet long incense sticks, Saraswati will break the fast of silence after 30 years

Ayodhya Ram Temple:To scent the Shri Ram temple in Ayodhya, a 108 feet long incense stick is being brought from Vadodara, Gujarat, which reached Kiravali via Bharatpur. Hundreds of people reached the highway to see this and after seeing the incense sticks, they raised slogans of Jai Shri Ram. The journey of incense sticks that started from Vadodara has turned into a procession.

According to Gujarat resident Bihabharbad, this incense stick was ready in 6 months. Many types of herbs have been used in making this special incense stick. He claimed that this incense stick will last continuously for about one and a half months. Its fragrance will spread over an area of ​​about 50 kilometers. A large number of people gathered to see the 108 feet long and about three and a half feet wide incense stick weighing 3610 kg. People have welcomed the incense sticks by showering flowers.

Fragrance will spread up to 50 kilometers
Gujarat resident Bihabharbad, who makes incense sticks, said that the consecration of Shri Ram temple in Ayodhya is to be held on January 22. Made this incense stick to gift it. He said that many types of herbs including local cow dung, cow ghee, incense materials have been used in preparing it. This incense stick will keep burning for about one and a half months and will spread its fragrance in an area of ​​50 kilometers.

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GI application made for Hanumangarhi laddu
At the same time, GI application (the process of certifying a product when its fame spreads across the country and the world) has been made for Hanumangarhi Laddu, whose application number is 1168. Registry of GI application has been accepted in Chennai. Soon Hanuman Garhi Laddu will get GI tag.

After 30 years, Saraswati will break the fast of silence in Ayodhya on the day of consecration of Ram temple.
Goddess Saraswati of Dhanbad will definitely break the fast of silence on 22nd January by going to Ayodhya. 85-year-old Saraswati Aggarwal, resident of Karamtand, had taken a vow of silence 30 years ago. She had vowed that she would not speak until Ram temple was built in Ayodhya. On January 22, on the day of consecration of Shri Ram temple in Ayodhya, she will break the fast of silence by saying ‘Ram, Sitaram’. Let us tell you, Saraswati Aggarwal, who dedicated her life at the feet of Lord Ram, is spending most of her time in Ayodhya. He is very happy with the construction of the temple. She writes, “My life has become blessed. Ramlala has called me to participate in the Pran Pratistha. My penance and sadhana have been successful. After 30 years my silence will be broken with ‘Ram Naam’. ,

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