Yogi Adityanath takes stock of the preparation of the Deepotsava celebrations in UP’s Ayodhya

ayodhya: Yogi Adityanath, the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, reached Ayodhya on Wednesday to take stock of the final stage of preparations for the sixth edition of Deepotsava celebrations to be held in the holy city on October 23 on the eve of Diwali. and also gave the necessary instructions to the officials in this regard. Deepotsava, a festival started in 2017 by Chief Minister Yogi, is growing every year in terms of the grandeur of the celebrations, making it quite a spectacle not only for people in the country but also abroad, will be attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the first time this year, according to a press statement.

“The Prime Minister first inspected the helipad being built at Saket College, where the plane will land with Prime Minister Modi on board. The Prime Minister reviewed the arrangements and all the places Prime Minister Modi will visit during his stay in Ayodhya on October 23. there are many foreign and special guests staying,” the statement reads. The Chief Minister conducted an on-site inspection of several ghats, including the location of the program and Ram ki Paidi, and reviewed the arrangements for lighting diyas (earth lamps) and the tasks given to the volunteers. CM Yogi also ordered police officers to be alert to ensure safety during the Deepotsava celebrations.

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Preparations are underway to decorate every intersection in Ayodhya with ‘Rangoli’ and diyas and to introduce the world to India’s rich and colorful Sanatan culture and traditions. Furthermore, CM Yogi has made progress in the construction work of Shri Ram Temple in Ayodhya on Wednesday. He also visited Ramlala and Hanumangarhi and prayed for the prosperity of the state. According to the statement, the Chief Minister also visited Raj Sadan where he met Raja Vimlendra Mohan Pratap Mishra and discussed his arrangements for the royal reception and co-banquet of foreign guests during Deepotsava.

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