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SEE PICS: ‘Surya Tilak’ ceremony | Sun rays illuminates Ram Lalla's forehead in Ayodhya's Ram Mandir

Measuring at 58 mm, the tilak adorns Ram Lalla's forehead for approximately three to three-and-a-half minutes, with two minutes dedicated to full illumination

Written by  Shefali Kohli -- April 17th 2024 12:37 PM -- Updated: April 17th 2024 01:11 PM
SEE PICS: ‘Surya Tilak’ ceremony | Sun rays illuminates Ram Lalla's forehead in Ayodhya's Ram Mandir

SEE PICS: ‘Surya Tilak’ ceremony | Sun rays illuminates Ram Lalla's forehead in Ayodhya's Ram Mandir

‘Surya Tilak’ ceremony: On the auspicious occassion of Ram Navami which is celebrated all over India every year on the last day of Chaitra Navaratri to mark the birth of Lord Rama, the grand Ram Temple in Ayodhya witnessed a remarkable event as the forehead of the Ram Lalla idol was anointed with a ray of sunlight, known as 'Surya Tilak.'


SEE PICS: ‘Surya Tilak’ ceremony


‘Surya Tilak’ ceremony

‘Surya Tilak’ ceremony
‘Surya Tilak’ illuminates Ram Lalla’s forehead at the Ram Janmabhoomi Temple in Ayodhya, on the occasion of Ram Navami.

The Divine Ceremony 
The Divine Ceremony
Devotees from far and wide gathered in Ayodhya to witness this auspicious occasion, seeking blessings and participating in the joyous festivities.

Jai Shri Ram!!

Jai Shri Ram!!
Sun rays are kissing the forehead of Ram Lalla & illuminating the entire Garbhagriha

Science Behind 'Surya Tilak' Ceremony 

Surya Tilak adorning Ram Lalla's forehead is hailed as an engineering marvel crafted by Indian scientists. Developed by researchers from the Central Building Research Institute (CBRI) in Roorkee, under the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), this innovative mechanism ensures that sunlight precisely illuminates Ram Lalla's forehead at noon on Ram Navami.

First-Time-Ever 
This is the first Ram Navami after the Pran Pratishtha of the idol of Lord Ram by PM Modi on January 22 in Ayodhya. Ram Navami is being celebrated with great pomp at Ram Janambhoomi Mandir with offerings of 56 types of bhog, prasad and panjiri.

- PTC NEWS

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