How Does Ram Mandir Ayodhya Look From Above? Deputy CM Devendra Fadnavis Shares Video

by Vaishalee Kalvankar
How Does Ram Mandir Ayodhya Look From Above? Deputy CM Devendra Fadnavis Shares Video

Maharashtra’s Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis visited Shri Ram Temple in Ayodhya. He went on a day-long visit to the temple with Maharashtra’s Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and other members of Shiv Sena and BJP. He not only visited the temple and its construction site but also shared an aerial view of the beautiful ongoing construction of the temple as he flew above it from Lucknow.

Devendra Fadnavis Shares Aerial View Of Ram Mandir Ayodhya

Maharashtra’s Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis went on a visit to Ayodhya on a chopper from Lucknow. On his way to the place, he captured the bird’s eye view of the temple from the clouds.

He shared a glimpse of how the construction work for the temple is going on from the chopper. The Ram Temple in Uttar Pradesh’s Ayodhya is under construction and is estimated to be open for devotees in January 2024. He reached the Ram katha helipad and visited the temple.

He shared a series of tweets talking about his visit to the temple and the ongoing construction of the temple. In the tweets, he has photos and videos from the temple.

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Attended Maha Aarti And Met The Workers

Devendra Fadnavis and Eknath Shinde attended the Maha Aarti performed at the Ram temple. They also went to the construction site and checked the ongoing progress of the temple’s construction.

They interacted with the workers at the construction site to understand the progress by far. The two also met the saints of the temple. Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Swatantra Dev Singh also accompanied Devendra and Shinde at the shrine. Devendra tweeted about his experience at the shrine calling it absolute bliss.

The 15-day trial term for the helicopter service by UP Tourism began on Ram Navami. As demand for helicopter rides rises, the state administration plans to increase the service.

The Tourism Department of the Uttar Pradesh government launched a helicopter service. This will provide aerial views of Ayodhya City and the Saryu River from April 6.

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