Ayodhya, August 4
Ayodhya will probably be adorned with practically 400 quintals of flowers for the ‘bhumi pujan’ of the Ram temple on Wednesday.
The blue ‘aparajita’ or Vishnukanta flowers, which can be grown within the rural components of Bengaluru, have been introduced in to the holy metropolis for the much-awaited event.
The double-toned marigolds in orange and crimson are being introduced in from Kolkata, whereas orchids are being imported from Thailand.
About 600 kg of crimson and pink roses, 240 kg gerbera and 300 kg carnations are additionally being introduced in to adorn the venue of the bhumi pujan and likewise the adjoining temples.
“Nearly 400 quintals of flowers will be used to decorate the ‘bhumi pujan’ site. Ayodhya and the temples will wear a festive look – the kind never seen before,” mentioned Prem Nath, who’s overseeing flower decorations on the ‘bhumi pujan’ website and the makeshift Ram temple.
According to Prem Nath, flowers may also be used to make ‘rangoli’ at greater than 50 spots within the holy metropolis by the scholars from Ram Manohar Lohia Faizabad University.
“The aparajita flowers will give a blue shade to the rangolis,” he mentioned.
Flower decorators have been engaged to brighten the stretch between Saket PG College, the place the Prime Minister will land, to the Nayaghat space.
The decorations started on Tuesday and can finish by this night.