The grand inauguration day of Ayodhya’s Ram Mandir exceeded all expectations, turning into a fun-filled celebration expressing the spirit of Diwali. With Prime Minister Narendra Modi immersed in the holy festival of ‘Pran Pratishtha’ the whole country is transformed into a festive place, houses and roads are decorated with ornaments, and -use diyas and torches to lighten the air and welcome the Lord with music. Ram. returning from five hundred years of exile – it’s a national holiday!
Still, the 51-inch idol Ram Lalla stole the show. Encased in gold and decorated with flowers, this holy ‘Murti’ was unveiled shortly before the ‘Pran Pratishtha’ ceremony at the Ayodhya temple. But have you seen the wonderful movie of Ram Idol Lalla “Shining”? Wait, when did that happen? A video depicting Lord Ram in a seemingly realistic display, complete with flashing eyes and expressive facial movements, has gone viral on the internet, leaving the internet community not only broad rather than completely tainted.
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Although the show looks magical and real, it turns out that the video was made using artificial intelligence (AI). For those who don’t know, it’s like what the ancients might call “Chamatkar” or a miracle. “I wasn’t ready, my heart skipped a beat. Ram ji seems to be very emotional,” said an official. “In Shree Ram Lalla we also feel innocent and divine,” said another.
AI software is very intelligent, isn’t it? Returning to the temple, a 51-inch sculpture, expertly carved by Mysuru artist Arun Yogiraj from black stone was covered in preparation for yesterday’s grand ceremony.
The Ram Lalla idol on the ground floor represents the young Ram, while the first floor, which is still under construction, promises to house the idols of Raja Ram, along with Sita, Laxman and Hanuman. Meanwhile, the questionable photo of the idol has sparked controversy, prompting the temple’s chief priest to ask for an investigation into how it was distributed.
According to the priest, the photo shows the eyes of the idol. “The eyes of the idol of Lord Ram cannot be revealed till the end of ‘Pran Pratishtha’. If the eyes are seen, an investigation should be done to find out who displayed them and how the picture of the idol was spread on social media,” said the chief priest.” said Satyendra Das.