Deepotsav 2022: A Glorious Practice Brings Light To Life

On every corner of life there is a Ravan standing, from where should I get so many Ram. #Deepotsav #ayodhya #2022

A crucial component of our “Sanatan Dharma” is Deepotsav. This commemoration of Lord Shri Ram, Mata Sita, and Lakshman’s return to Ayodhya after a 14-year exile is considered sacred. The symbolic representation of Lord Shri Ram’s return to Ayodhya, Bharat Milap, Shri Ram’s coronation, etc. will also be part of Ayodhya Deepotsav.

The Prime Minister will also lead the aarti for Saryu Maiya. Melodic bhajans, aartis, “manas ki chaupaiyaans,” and other couplets should be sung on these important occasions. The event will become more magnificent and memorable as a result.

Many devotees will attend to witness the splendour of Deepotsav. Honorable Governor, Respected Prime Minister, Ministers, and several other dignitaries will be in attendance. Strong security measures should be in place in this circumstance. Make sure that the Prime Minister’s security system’s guidelines are adhered to strictly.

In the presence of CM Yogi and the First Lady of South Korea, Kim Jung-sook, Nath declared that “a total of Three lakh one thousand one hundred and fifty-two diyas were lit up simultaneously for a period of five minutes, which is a new record.”

On the Deepotsav stage in Ayodhya, the Padma Shri Gennady Mikhailovich Pechnikov Memorial Ramlila will also take place under the auspices of “Disha: India-Russia Friendship Society of Moscow.”

The only inspiration for the Russian artists’ continued development, comes from Ram’s persona. They have upheld Ram’s moral standards, they claim.

In the Russian Ramlila, Ildar Khusnullin will play Maryada Purushottam Shriram. Sita will be portrayed by Milana Bychonek, Kaushalya by Nadezda Singh, Sumitra by Rati Kosinova, Kaikeyi by Gulnara Isakova, Lakshmana by Alexei Fleyjanikav, and Ravana by Vaychislav Chernyash. Danish Shevtsov will play Dashrath, Artem Zubkov will play Sugreev, with Kushnerova portraying Lord Hanuman.

The co-director, Aleksandra Koneva, revealed that the performers would portray the Ram-Ravana war, the reunion of Ram and Sita, and the return to Ayodhya in addition to Sita’s Swayamvar, Kaikeyi’s request for her three vardaans, Rama-Lakshman and Sita’s exile, Sita’s abduction, Sita in Lanka, Lord Hanuman going to Lanka