Diwali, celebrated across India, is a vibrant festival symbolizing the triumph of light over darkness. Families unite, homes glow with diyas, and colorful rangoli adorn doorsteps. Elaborate feasts, cultural performances, and the joyous exchange of gifts mark this auspicious occasion.
And to Celebrate this occasion and make it more auspicious Ayodhya is gearing up for a magnificent Deepotsav celebration on the eve of Diwali this Saturday, orchestrating the illumination of more than 24 Lakh diyas across 51 ghats throughout the city. Elaborate preparations are underway to ensure a spectacular display of light and festivity.
The Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Path will be adorned with flowers and diyas as a festive gesture. Adorned with approximately 2.4 million earthen lamps, the Uttar Pradesh government aims to set a Guinness World Record during the celebration.
People from other places, including tribal communities from Jharkhand’s Pakur district, will be present to witness the spectacular Deepotsav celebration.
As per The Statesman, Approximately 48 individuals from the tribal community in Jharkhand’s Pakur district have journeyed to Ayodhya to partake in the Deepotsav festivities scheduled for Saturday. These tribe members hail from mountainous regions and have arrived in Ayodhya without footwears to join in the extravagant Deepotsav celebrations.
The Akashvani correspondent states that for the seventh Deepotsav, 24 LED vans are strategically positioned in the city. Additionally, individuals globally can join Ayodhya’s Deepotsav through the “Holy Ayodhya” mobile app. By downloading the app, users can reserve and dedicate one to 51 diyas in their name.