First-day visitors to Ayodhya’s Ram Mandir, 5L Devotees; UP CM Requests Officials To Ensure Crowd Control

The desire of devotees worldwide is to take a spiritual trip to Ayodhya and see the famous Ram Mandir. We have all seen the record-breaking increase in tourism in this sacred city since hearing about the consecration event. We are already seeing the enormous boost to the tourist industry that we all anticipated. Ayodhya was the destination of thousands of pilgrims seeking blessings from Lord Ram just a day after the inauguration.


The Pran Pratishtha ceremony was performed on January 22. Tuesday, just one day later, saw the gates open to guests and devotion. On the first day of its inauguration, Ram Mandir was attended by almost 5 lakh people. Visitors are now welcome to access the temple from 6 AM to 10 PM, according to temple administrators. Images and videos that have surfaced on social media demonstrate how people have been waiting in line to have Ram Lalla darshan since the early hours of the morning.

On Tuesday, there were a few instances where the throngs of devotees knocked down barriers and tried to pass through. The unforeseen scenario was quickly handled by the relevant authorities, police officers, and staff. After all of this, worshippers lined up once again to enter the Ram Mandir.

Due to the massive number of visitors yesterday, the Mandir was temporarily closed on Tuesday. Due to the intense rush and throng, the Ayodhya Police and the local government decided to temporarily suspend devotee admission. The doors were closed till 2:00 PM in order to guarantee everyone’s security. Later, starting at 2:00 PM, worshippers may enter the shrine.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *