The Ram temple still has thousands of devotees waiting in line; the darshan timings have changed. Please be aware of the updated schedule.

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Thousands of devotees travel from all across the nation to Ayodhya in order to have Ramlala’s darshan. Ram Mandir Trust has extended the darshan sessions due to the large number of attendees. Ramlala is now visible from 6 a.m. until 10 p.m. Throughout the day, Darshan will be closed for two hours.


  • Every day lakhs of devotees from every corner of the country are coming to visit Ram temple.
  • The time for darshan of Ramlala has increased, from 6 am to 10 pm.
  • Darshan will be closed from 1 pm to 3 pm, God will rest.

Ayodhya: After the consecration on January 22, lakhs of devotees are continuously flocking to Ayodhya to have darshan of Ram Lalla. While on January 23, more than five lakh devotees had darshan, on January 24 their number was more than three lakh. For the convenience of Ram devotees who are continuously coming to Ramnagari, the timings of darshan and worship in Ram temple have been increased. Now devotees will be able to visit Ram temple from 6 am to 10 pm. Earlier darshan could be done only from 7 am to 7 pm. Apart from this, Ramlala is being made to wear new colored clothes every day.

  • In Brahma Muhurta, preparations will begin at approximately 3 pm for the sanctum sanctorum’s cleansing, worship, and embellishment.
  • Mantras will be used to awaken the Lord’s idols and Shriyantra at the scheduled hour, which is approximately 3.30 to 4 pm.
  • Mangala Aarti will then take place. The idols will then be decorated and dedicated after this.
  • The Shringar Aarti will take place. The hours are 4.30 to 5. Darshan will begin at six a.m.
  • The Bhog Aarti will begin at approximately 1:00 PM.
  • There will be a two-hour closure for Darshan. God is going to sleep.
  • Darshan will recommence at 3 p.m. and go till 10 p.m.
  • At seven o’clock in the evening, there will be an evening aarti. Milk and bananas will be provided to Ramlala every hour.

Donation of Rs 3.17 crore came on the very first day

Due to the arrival of huge crowd, the donation amount to the temple has also increased. Unexpectedly, the Trust received donations worth Rs 3.17 crore on the first day itself. Shikha, who came from Kolkata, told that she got entry into the temple after 5 hours. Just somehow Lord Ramlala was seen. However, after getting the darshan of Ramlala, all his tiredness went away within a few moments. S Kumari, who came from Karnataka to see Ramlala, also had the same thing to say. She told that she was standing in the queue for darshan since 5 in the morning. After 4 hours he got the opportunity to see Ramlala. Same is the condition of thousands of devotees who stand in long queues for darshan.

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