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Seers, Saints and Citizens are eagerly waiting for CM Yogi’s visit at Ayodhya.

Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath likely to visit Ayodhya on March 27, as speculated.

Upendramohan  Upadhyay | HENB | Lakhsmanpuri (Lucknow) | March 24, 2017:: As confirmed by close circle of UP CM and speculated by some media, Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath may reach Ayodhya on March 27 to take the blessings of saints and Citizens of Ayodhya with a mission to solve the long pending Ramjanmabhoomi Temple dispute. Yogi is also likely to take a stock from the concerned authorities attached with the upcoming ‘Ramayana Museum’ in the holy city believed as the birth place of Lord Rama.
It is significant that, days after Supreme Court  suggested that Ayodhya’s ‘sensitive’ Ram temple dispute could be settled through dialogue, chief minister of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath has reportedly planned a visit to the temple town. It will be the 1st visit of Yogi Adityanath as the CM of Uttar Pradesh.
As per the schedule, sources said, Yogi would go to four places and meet over two dozen seers. He is likely to visit the Janmabhoomi site, seek blessings from deity at Hanuman Garhi and Kanak Bhavan and meet one of his old friends Jagadguru Ramdineshacharya of Haridhaam Peeth. Yogi may meet many of his Guru Yogi Avidyanath’s friends and admirers  like  former BJP MP Ram Vilas Vedanti, Nritya Gopal Das and many.
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Saints Ayodhya/ File Pic.

Ayodhya Seers, Saints and Citizens eagerly waiting for CM Yogi’s visit. 

Upendra Bharti | HENB | Ayodhya | March 24, 2017:: After coming out the news of CM Yogi Adityanath’s tentative visit at the Holy town in Faizabad districts Uttar Pradesh, the Seers, Saints and the citizens of Ayodhya are preparing to welcome the New Monk CM of UP.

Cutting the communal edge, Hindu and Muslims of the holy town are expecting an amicable solution of Ayodhya dispute for which Ramlala (the living deity of baby Lord Rama) has been living under a tent at Ramjanmabhoomi site, since the disputed structure was demolished by the karsevaks on 6th December, 1992.

As, CM Yogi’s tentative visit at Ayodhya on March 27,  covers a dozen of shrines and Muths and Akhadas (monasteries), all the authorities of the muths and akhadas are preparing to welcome their Guest CM Yogi in a befitting manner. Cleanliness and decorations are given prime importance.

While contacting the veteran VHP leader and former BJP MP, Mahant Ramvilas Vedanti told HENB, “We have been informed the matter of visit. We have a cordial relation with CM Adityanath. Though he is junior to us, He is an able personality and a man of principle who can run the state very efficiently. We hope, under his intervention the long pending Ramjanmabhoomi dispute will be resolved soon. There will be a magnificent Temple of Lord Rama and nobody can resist it”.

There felt a grand preparations in Hanuman Gadi , Kanak Bhavan, Haridhaam Peeth , Juna Akhada to welcome a Yogi, Saint, Mahant  of Dasnami order who become a Chief Minister first time in the history of Uttar Pradesh.

CM Yogi will pay a visit to Lord Ramlala at Ramjanmasthan obviously, but that schedule is kept highly confidential.

Source: Agencies & Uttam Uttar Pradesh.

One comment on “Seers, Saints and Citizens are eagerly waiting for CM Yogi’s visit at Ayodhya.

  1. drvraoblog
    March 25, 2017

    The Hindus are very eager to hear what Adithyanaath CM of MP will say about the construction of SreeRam temple at Ayodhya on 27th March 2017 in view of SC’s suggestion to solve the problem outside the Court.


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