Ayodhya, October 16: 24 hours after the Chief Secretary’s visit, the Uttar Pradesh government on Wednesday released the official program of the Deepotsav to be held in Ayodhya. In a release issued on Wednesday, the district official said that the ‘tableaux’ of Ram Katha, centered on Lord Sri Ram and his associates who returned from exile at 10 am on October 26, will start from Saket College and go to Ram Katha Park, the main venue. Taking the form of Lord Shri Ram, Mother Sita and Anuj Laxman, the Pushpak plane will land on the Saryu coast in Ayodhya. A helicopter will perform Pushpavarsha all over Ayodhya. With this, the Deepotsav program will start duly.
It has been told in the release that Lord Ram will be crowned at Ramkatha Park. It is here that after communicating with the people of Ayodhya, Lord Ram, Mother Sita and Anuj Laxman will be present along with Sadhu Sant, Rishi Muni, Chief Guest, Governor and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath with all their cabinet. Apart from these, other dignitaries and people will reach the Saryu Ghat and perform the Aarti of Saryu and the lamps will be lighted.
At the same time, there will be fireworks across the river Saryu towards the district Gonda. Media of the country and abroad will be able to broadcast this amazing sight of fireworks. In Doordarshan, it will be broadcast live from the link of the information department. However, the information department of the Deepotsav program will be broadcast live through the LED and Display Boards at major locations in Ayodhya.
The government has issued instructions to illuminate diyas in the primary higher primary schools and inter colleges of the Basic Education Department. Lamps will also be lit in all police stations and police posts in Ayodhya. All organizations including saints, mahatmas, merchant organizations, councilors, councilors, NGOs, petroleum associations, rotary clubs, lions clubs will also light the lamp at major sites and squares on 26 October. The cultural program and Ramlila will be performed at 11 places in Ayodhya on 24, 25 and 26 October.