Renowned Bollywood director Subhash Ghai has garnered admiration as he continues to make a significant impact, not just in the entertainment industry but also as a symbol of cultural and spiritual appreciation. Recently, Ghai shared his sentiments about the grand opening ceremony of Shri Ram Mandir in Ayodhya, to which he has been invited as a special guest.
During the success celebration of the TV show ‘Jaanaki,’ Subhash Ghai highlighted the profound significance of Shri Ram Mandir, emphasising it as a crucial cultural symbol representing India. Ghai stated, “Shri Ram Mandir is an important cultural symbol that represents India. It is the identity of Bharat. People shouldn’t associate the same with politics, as the Shri Ram Mandir represents the faith of millions of devotees worldwide. The grand opening ceremony has swollen the chests of 140 million Indians with pride.”
Subhash Ghai, along with other distinguished personalities from the country, is set to grace the momentous occasion on January 22 during the pran-pratishtha ceremony of the Ram Temple. The ceremony will take place at 12:30 p.m. and will be attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and various dignitaries from different spheres of life. The rituals leading up to the pran-pratishtha ceremony commenced on January 16, spanning seven days, with specific rituals being meticulously performed each day.

Subhash Ghai to attend consecration of Ram Temple in Ayodhya; calls it a ‘cultural landmark and spiritual milestone’

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