PM Modi has been selected by Lord Ram to construct his temple: LK Advani

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Renowned Bharatiya Janata Party leader L.K. Advani described Prime Minister Narendra Modi as a “charioteer of the Ram Rath Yatra,” which started on September 25, 1990, to raise funds for the construction of a Ram Temple in Ayodhya. Advani called Modi a “devoted disciple” of Lord Ram. Addressing Hindi magazine Rashtra Dharma, backed by the RSS, Mr. Advani spoke about the “Ram Rath Yatra” as transformative. Describing it as the most decisive event, he highlighted how it allowed him to rediscover India and reconnect with himself.

Reflecting on the 33rd year of the Rath Yatra, Mr. Advani expressed surprise, stating, “We had no idea.” He noted that the yatra, starting on September 25, 1990, evolved into a nationwide movement for Lord Ram.

The former deputy prime minister claimed that during the Rath Yatra, Mr. Modi, his assistant, wasn’t well-known. Asserting, he felt Lord Ram had chosen Mr. Modi as his devoted disciple to build the temple in Ayodhya. Mentioning former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Mr. Advani expressed that his absence is keenly felt in the current context. In the piece, Mr. Advani mentioned former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, highlighting the current sense of his absence. Continuing, he expressed that during the Rath Yatra, he felt destiny had decided on the future construction of the grand temple in Ayodhya.

Further quoted, he expressed his intention to speak for all Indian citizens during the Prime Minister’s dedication of Ram Lalla. Continuing, he prayed that the Ram Temple would inspire all Indians to adopt the Lord’s qualities. The essay, titled “Ram Mandir Nirman, Ek Divya Swapna Ki Purti,” is scheduled to appear in the magazine on January 16. the Copies will be distributed to all attendees of the Ayodhya consecration event.

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