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Revised Temple Timings and Enhanced Security Measures at Ayodhya Ram Mandir

As a multitude of devotees continues to flock to the Ayodhya Ram Mandir for the divine darshan of Ram Lalla, the temple trust has introduced new timings for Aarti and Darshan, providing a structured schedule for devotees. According to the updated timetable, the Shringaar aarti of the Ram Lalla idol will be conducted at 4:30 am, followed by the Mangala prayer at 6:30 am. Devotees are welcomed for darshan after the morning prayer, starting from 7 am. Bhog (offering) prayers will be observed at noon, and the evening aarti is scheduled for 7:30 pm, with the evening offering prayer at 8 pm.

To conclude the day, the Shayan aarti will be performed at 10 pm, as stated by Sharad Sharma, the provincial spokesperson and media in-charge of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad.

In light of the significant influx of devotees from across the country, the police have implemented robust security measures to maintain law and order in the temple town. Piyush Mordia, the Additional Director General (ADG) of Lucknow Zone, assured that despite the large turnout, arrangements are in place to ensure that every devotee can have darshan of Lord Ram.

To streamline the movement of devotees, dedicated lanes have been established, creating a systematic approach towards the temple, as reported by Piyush Mordia. He urged visitors to refrain from carrying luggage and bags and instead advised them to utilize cloakrooms set up at the railway station and bus stand for their belongings.

Despite the prevailing cold wave in the north Indian state, the devotees continue to arrive for the darshan of Balak Ram at the Shri Ram Janmbhoomi Temple in Ayodhya, three days after the 'Pran Pratishtha' ceremony.

Praveen Kumar, IG Range Ayodhya, emphasized the improved public transport system for the safe travel of outsiders and assured continuous security at the site. He commended the disciplined conduct of devotees and praised the effective coordination between the administration and police personnel under the directives of Honourable Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.

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