poojas in the Film Nagar Daiva Sannidhanam during the inauguration of the Ayodhya Rama Mandir: Dr.Mohan Babu

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The Indians have realized a long-cherished dream – one that is 500 years old. Our country is all set to witness the grand consecration ceremony or “pran pratishtha” of the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya on Monday, January 22nd. The preparations to celebrate the “historic” day are underway across the country. The central government has invited celebrities from all walks of life, including cinema, politics and sports. Meanwhile, Dr. Manchu Mohan Babu performed special poojas in the Film Nagar Daiva Sannidhanam ahead of the inauguration of the Ayodhya Rama Mandir.

After that, Dr. Mohan Babu interacted with the media and said , ‘We have built the Daiva Sannidhanam Temple in Film Nagar for everyone. I was recently sworn in for the post of Chairman of the Daiva Sannidhanam Temple. The temple has 18 statues and 15 priests. Devotees believe that, what they wish for in this temple are fulfilled. There are 18 gods such as Tirupati Venkateswara Swamy, Sai Baba, Sri Rama, Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy, and Santoshi Mata. It is the country where Lord Rama was born. I thank Prime Minister Narendra Modi for inaugurating the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya. Lakhs of people from villages and towns will be going to Ayodhya to witness the inauguration ceremony. I also got the invitation. But I wrote a letter seeking an apology for being not able to attend the grand event due to security reasons. Special pooja ceremonies will also be held in the Daiva Sannidhanam during the inauguration of the Ram Mandir. I wish everyone to come and make it a grand success.”

The chief priest Rambabu said , “The Vedic programs are being held from January 14 to January 22 during the inauguration of the Ayodhya Rama Mandir. In the evening, devotional hymns and Bharatnatyam dance performances are being held. Sri Sitarama Kalyana Mahotsavam will be held on the evening of January 21st. We wish everyone to attend all of these programs and get the blessings of Sita Ram.”