Ayodhya- The Pran Pratishtha ceremony of Lord Ram in Ayodhya will start with ‘Mangal Dhvani’ (auspicious sound) on January 22.
More than 50 enchanting musical devices from numerous states will likely be performed for nearly 2 hours to provide Mangal Dhvani.
This grand musical programme will symbolise the unity of various traditions in honour of Lord Ram.
It has been conceived by Yatindra Mishra, a famend creator, Ayodhya’s cultural professional, and an artist.
He can also be the coordinator of the programme. He has been supported on this work by Kendriya Sangeet Natak Akademi, New Delhi.
Champat Rai, the Secretary-General of the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust, stated that in Indian tradition, Mangal Dhvani (auspicious sound) consists to convey pleasure and to mark auspiciousness of an event and produced earlier than the deity.
He stated that on this context, the Pran Pratishtha ceremony of Lord Shri Ram is a proud second for each Indian, and to mark this grand event, conventional musical devices from numerous areas and states of India will likely be performed to provide Mangal Dhvani in entrance of the deity.
This Pran Pratishtha ceremony will even be concluded in Ayodhya with the auspicious taking part in of 25 distinguished and uncommon musical devices from totally different states. It will likely be introduced by artists expert in these languages.
All kinds of devices utilized in Indian custom will likely be performed within the temple courtyard.
These embody Pakhawaj, flute, Dholak of Uttar Pradesh, Veena of Karnataka, Sundari of Maharashtra, Algoza of Punjab, Mardal of Odisha, Santoor of Madhya Pradesh, Pung of Manipur, Nagada and Kali of Assam, Tambura of Chhattisgarh, Pakhawaj of Bihar, Shehnai of Delhi, Ravanahatha of Rajasthan, Srikhol, Sarod of Bengal, Ghatam of Andhra Pradesh, Sitar of Jharkhand, Santar of Gujarat, Nagaswaram, Tavil, Mridang, and Hudka of Uttarakhand.
Skilled and famend performers of those musical devices have been chosen to play throughout this occasion. The music will likely be performed forward of the chanting of mantras.