5 Sikh Takhts to be invited for ‘Bhumi Pujan’ ceremony in Ayodhya


Ravi S Singh
Tribune News Service
New Delhi, July 31

Among non secular figures for the “Bhumi Pujan” ceremony in Ayodhya, representatives of all 5 “Takhts” of Sikh religion will likely be invited on August 5, concerning the development of the Ram Temple.  

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will participate within the ceremony. 

On account of the pandemic and social distancing norms, the “Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerath Kshetra Trust” has determined to maintain the variety of invitees of the ceremony to a minimal. 

About 211 individuals, together with 50 saints and seer, will attend the ceremony. 

The head priest of Akal Takht, Amritsar, can be urged to signify Takht Anandpur Sahib, and the Takht Damdama Sahib—all three positioned in Punjab.

The chiefs of Takht Hazur Sahib, Nanded, and Takht, Patna Sahib can be invited to attend the ceremony for the reason that two non secular locations are positioned in numerous states. 

A supply revealed that two extra Sikh religious leaders representing the organisation can be even be invited.  

The Trust has ready an inventory if potential invitees and forwarded it to Prime Minister Office (PMO) as a part of the administration safety protocol.  

The clearance of the names is anticipated shortly by the PMO for the reason that date of the ceremony is fast-approaching. 

Sikhism—its tenets and the “Guru-tradition”—and the teachings and values of the Sikh gurus are treasured by the Union authorities and leaders of the Hindu religion as a beacon of India’s civilisation and cultural nationalism.

Hence, the importance of the presence of representations Sikh religion on the Bhumi Pujan ceremony.

The Golden Temple at Amritsar is among the many numerous non secular and pilgrimage websites which were taken to Ramjanmabhoomi web site to be put in a consecrated “Kalash” in the course of the ceremony.

The proposed Kalash will metaphorically bear witness to the ceremony, and blessings invoked to the “epic” endeavour of the temple development.

Meanwhile, the Trust’s common secretary Champat Rao has appealed to Lord Ram’s devotees and those that took half within the temple development not be “impatient” to participate within the ceremony because the variety of invitees will likely be saved low to make sure bodily distancing norms.



Be the first to comment on "5 Sikh Takhts to be invited for ‘Bhumi Pujan’ ceremony in Ayodhya"

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.


*


%d bloggers like this: