Ayodhya has set a brand new Guinness world report by lighting over 22.23 lakh ‘Diyas’ (earthen lamps) throughout ‘Deepotsav 2023’. The temple city broke its world report of 15.76 lakh Diyas lit final 12 months on the Diwali eve.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath who attended the celebrations stated, “When the programme for the Deepotsav began, it felt as if every person had only one wish and that was the construction of the temple (Ram Temple)…”
Adityanath stated the federal government is investing crores of rupees to construct the town and remodel Ayodhya in anticipation of the development of the Ram Mandir. The Uttar Pradesh Authorities’s ‘Grand Deepotsav’ was acknowledged by the Guinness E book of World Data after representatives from the organisation witnessed and acknowledged the achievement of lighting an unprecedented variety of lamps concurrently at a single location.
Within the meantime, worshippers at Ayodhya’s Ram Janamabhoomi supplied prayers to Lord Ram Lalla.
The parade started at Udaya Sq. and travelled throughout the town to reach at Ram Katha Park. It featured performances by people artists and “aartis.” Based on studies, Jaiveer Singh, the minister of tourism and tradition for Uttar Pradesh, initiated it.
The tableaux included subjects reminiscent of science and expertise, girls’s security and welfare, youngsters’s rights and fundamental training, self-reliance, and preservation of the atmosphere and forests. In addition they displayed a number of authorities programmes.
From 51,000 diyas in 2017 to 4.10 lakh in 2019, over 6 lakh in 2020, and over 9 lakh in 2021, the variety of diyas established a Guinness World Report.
The Guinness E book of World Data solely included diyas that remained lit for 5 minutes or longer, therefore the report for essentially the most diyas lit throughout the ghats of Ram ki Pairi in 2022 was 15.76 lakh.