Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut has embarked on a journey to Ayodhya to attend the inauguration of the Shri Ram Mandir. Sharing her excitement with the press before departing from Mumbai, Kangana emphasized the profound spiritual significance of the Ram Mandir, describing it as more than just a temple and a statue.

“Ram Mandir sirf ek Mandir nahi hai, Vo Murti sirf ek Murti nahi hai” (Ram Mandir is not just a temple; that idol is not just an idol), stated Kangana. In her perspective, the Ram Mandir represents the dawn of a new era and symbolizes a higher state of consciousness. The actress believes that the event marks the commencement of a new chapter in the history of India, bringing immense joy and unparalleled happiness.

Kangana Ranaut praises Ram Lalla idol; departs for Ayodhya ahead of Ram Mandir inauguration

Expressing her gratitude for the invitation to the historic occasion, Kangana revealed her deep devotion to Lord Ram, viewing her attendance as a result of past-life karma. She considers this moment auspicious not only for herself but for the entire nation, as people across the country unite to witness this significant day.
Kangana Ranaut is among the esteemed personalities invited to the grand inauguration of Ram Mandir, scheduled for January 22, 2024. The event has garnered attention from various fields, including actors, cricketers, businessmen, and more. Notable figures such as Amitabh Bachchan, Rajinikanth, Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Anushka Sharma, Virat Kohli, and others are also expected to be present.

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