The auspicious inauguration ceremony of the Ram Mandir was attended by several celebrities including Dhanush. The south star was accompanied by his father-in-law and megastar Rajinikanth.
A video of Dhanush from Ayodhya is now doing the rounds on social media where he is seen getting mobbed by fans as he leaves after attending the Ram temple inauguration ceremony.
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In the viral video, Dhanush can be seen walking outside the temple with police personnel around him. The actor is spotted wearing a brown kurta, making his way towards his car. Fans are eager to take selfies with him, but the actor is in a hurry, trying to move quickly.
Earlier, Rajinikanth was also seen attending the ceremony. Alia Bhatt, Ranbir Kapoor, Katrina Kaif, Vicky Kaushal, and others were also spotted at the temple.

Pran Pratishtha is a well-known ritual in Jainism and Hinduism. It involves the installation of a deity’s idol at a sacred location, such as a temple, following a process of sanctification. The term ‘Pran’ refers to the life force, and ‘Pratishtha’ means establishment. Therefore, the Pran Pratishtha or consecration ceremony signifies the invocation of the life force into the idol, marking its establishment at the sacred site.

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A total of 121 Acharyas conducted the consecration rituals for the Ram Mandir. The Pran Pratistha of the idol took place during the auspicious ‘Abhijeet Muhurta’ from 12:20 pm to 1 pm on January 22. The temple trust extended invitations to over 7,000 individuals for this significant event, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi being the chief guest.

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