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Pakistan got angry on Ram Lalla’s life, Gyanvapi and Mathura also got angry.

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Ramlala has settled in Ayodhya. There is joy not only in the country but also in countries around the world due to the arrival of Ramlala in the grand Ram temple of Ayodhya. From New York to Sydney, the consecration of Lord Ram is being celebrated. But our neighboring country Pakistan is not able to bear the return of Lord Ram to his birthplace. The government of Pakistan has condemned the inauguration of Ram Temple. Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the inauguration of the Ram temple is a sign of India’s growing majoritarianism.

Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the Babri Masjid was demolished by a mob of extremists. Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry said, “It is unfortunate that the Supreme Court of India not only acquitted the criminals responsible for this despicable act, but also allowed the construction of a temple on the site of the demolished mosque.”

spewing venom against India
Pakistan, which is on the verge of poverty, is especially interested in the activities of other countries. The top leaders of Pakistan are blindfolded about what is happening in their own country. The Pak Foreign Ministry said, “Today’s Ram Temple ceremony took place because of the dispute of the last 31 years, it is a sign of growing majoritarianism in India. This is an attempt to marginalize Indian Muslims at the social, economic and political level. ”

Pakistan also claimed that the temple in place of the mosque is a stain on India’s democracy. Pakistan said, “There is a growing list of many mosques, especially the Gyanvapi Mosque in Varanasi and the Shahi Idgah Mosque in Mathura, which are on the verge of destruction.”

Celebration on the arrival of Ramlala all over the world
Ram devotees and members of the Indian community gathered at various places across the world, including New York’s iconic Times Square, to celebrate the death of Ram Lalla in Ayodhya on Monday, holding prayer meetings, taking out car rallies and organizing other religious programs. A large number of members of the Indian community gathered at Times Square in New York in America. He watched the live telecast of the consecration ceremony in Ayodhya. People were seen wearing traditional attire, dancing, singing bhajans and other songs. Members of the Sikh, Muslim and Pakistani-American communities also attended the ceremony at the SV Lotus Temple in Fairfax County, Virginia in Washington. More than 2,500 people attended the event on Sunday. Pictures of Ram Temple were also displayed on the screen of the American stock market ‘Nasdaq’.

Soon after the consecration ceremony was completed in Ayodhya, the World Hindu Council of America and the Vishwa Hindu Parishad of Canada announced the Ram Mandir Yatra to visit more than a thousand temples in both the countries. According to a statement issued by VHP America, the yatra will start from Om Hindu Kendra in Billerica, Massachusetts on March 25, with the idols of Sri Ram, Sita, Lakshman and Hanuman on a decorated vehicle. The target has been set to complete this ambitious journey across America and Canada in 45 days. Thousands of people, including members of the Indian community, attended an event in Trinidad and Tobago on the eve of Ram Lalla’s consecration in Ayodhya.


More than 5,000 people attended the event held on Sunday. Popular bhajans and songs were also sung in this cultural programme. The event was organized by the Ram Janmabhoomi Sthapana Samiti of Trinidad and Tobago in collaboration with the Indian diaspora and community organizations. 550 lamps were also lit in this programme. “It is an honor to participate in the grand celebrations organized by the Indian diaspora in Trinidad and Tobago on the eve of the consecration of Shri Ram Lalla in Ayodhya,” the Indian High Commission in Trinidad and Tobago said in a post on social media platform X.


On this historic occasion, the Mauritius government gave special leave of two hours to the employees of Hindu religion to participate in the prayer meetings to be held across the country. Mauritius Prime Minister Pravind Kumar Jugnauth posted on Twitter, “Let us celebrate the return of Shri Ram to Ayodhya. May his blessings and teachings pave our path towards peace and prosperity. Jai Hind! Jai Mauritius!”


On the eve of the consecration ceremony in Ayodhya, the first temple of Lord Ram was established in Queretaro city of Mexico. There is already a temple of Lord Hanuman in Queretaro. “The statues brought from India were consecrated by an American priest. The entire auditorium echoed with hymns and songs sung by the Indian diaspora,” the Indian Embassy in Mexico said in a post on Twitter. More than 250 NRIs of Indian origin participated in this program. Additionally, the Indian Council for Cultural Relations in Suva, Fiji and the Sri Sanatan Dharma Pratinidhi Sabha of Fiji had organized the Ramlala Utsav from 18 to 22 January.

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