84-seconds Muhurta, rituals: Full schedule of PM Modi's Ayodhya visit for Ram Mandir Pran Pratishtha

With just a few hours away from the highly anticipated Ram Mandir Pran Pratishtha, here’s PM Modi's entire day schedule for his Ayodhya visit on January 22.

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Sabke Ram: As Ayodhya is all decked up for the Ram Mandir ‘Pran Pratishtha’, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to attend the consecration ceremony in Ayodhya today, January 22. The 'Pran Pratishtha' ceremony marks a milestone in the temple's construction and PM Modi has been rigorously preparing for the occasion over the past 11 days.

PM Modi’s day plan for Ayodhya visit for Ram Mandir Pran Pratishtha: 

9.05 am: PM Modi departs from Delhi Airport

10.30 am: PM Modi arrives at Ayodhya Airport

10.45 am: PM Modi to arrive at Ayodhya helipad

10.55 am: PM Modi will reach Ram Janmabhoomi

12.20 pm: Temple consecration rituals will begin

12.29 pm: The final ritual of Pran Pratishtha will be performed

12.55 pm: PM Modi will depart from the venue

1.15 pm: PM Modi, UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, and Mohan Bhagwat to address public meet

2.10 pm: PM Modi to visit Kuber Teela

2.35 pm: PM Modi arrives at Ayodhya helipad

3.05 pm: Departs from Ayodhya

4.25 pm: Arrives At Delhi Airport

Muhurta duration – Only 84 seconds

The sacred rituals will begin at 12:20 pm. At 12:29 pm, the final 'Pran Pratishtha' ritual will be conducted during the auspicious 'Abhijit muhurata' window. This precise timing for the 84-second ritual was determined by Varanasi scholar Ganeshwar Shastri Dravid.

PM Modi has been allotted the time frame between 12:29:03 pm to 12:30:35 pm to participate in consecrating Ram Lalla's idol. By 1:15 pm, the prime minister along with UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat will address the 7,000-strong gathering of dignitaries.

This will be followed by a customary speech by Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust Chief, Mahant Gopal Das. In total, PM Modi's Ayodhya visit is scheduled to last six hours.

Guest list also includes 150 saints

Apart from high-profile guests like celebrities, industrialists, politicians, and more, the list includes over 150 saints and religious leaders representing various faiths and indigenous communities. After the ceremony concludes, the public will be allowed to visit the Ram Temple from January 23.

PM Modi's participation in the long-awaited consecration ceremony is a historic moment. His government has been intricately involved in expediting the temple construction after coming to power in 2019.

The grand Ram Mandir has been PM Modi's longstanding political objective dating back to his tenure as the Chief Minister of Gujarat. Today's grand ceremony marks the culmination of a three-decade-long ideological campaign. PM Modi's presence signifies the personal importance he has invested in this landmark project.