Patna Mahavir Mandir Shri Ram will appear today, Mahavir temple is fully decorated

Patna Mahavir Temple Mahavir temple is decorated and ready for Ram Navami festival. The process of offering prasad and darshan to the devotees will continue from 2.15 am on Wednesday morning till 12 midnight. It is estimated that more than four lakh devotees will come to the sanctum sanctorum of Mahavir temple to have darshan of the two idols of Hanumanji wearing the golden crown and to offer prasad to the royal court. About three kilometers long devotee road has been built from Veer Kunwar Singh Park to Mahavir Temple. The bamboo barricading has been covered with a pandal. Fan-lights have been installed throughout the route.

Arrangements for drinking water have been made at various places.

Arrangements for drinking water have been made at various places. To reach Mahavir Temple, devotees are being given entry from the western gate of Veer Kunwar Singh Park. More than a kilometer long covered Bhakta Marg has been built within Veer Kunwar Singh Park. Acharya Kishore Kunal, Secretary of Mahavir Temple Trust, said that separate queues have been formed for women and men. LED screens have been installed at a total of 16 places for the devotees standing in line to have darshan of the sanctum sanctorum. The open space of Mahavir Temple complex has also been covered with pandals and fans, lights and LED screens have been installed.

More than 200 private security personnel and volunteers have been deployed by Mahavir Temple to assist the devotees. Devotees will enter the temple from the northern gate of Mahavir Temple. Devotees coming without prasad and rosary can enter the temple from the eastern entrance from 8 to 10 am. To take the devotees to Veer Kunwar Singh Park, a free bus ferry service has been arranged by the Mahavir Temple near the railway engine in front of the Mahavir Temple and from Dak Bungalow Chowk.

Birth Aarti of Maryada Purushottam at 12 o’clock
The main puja will start at 10 am at the flag site located in the Mahavir Temple complex. The flags will be changed after worshiping the three flags of Mahavir Temple. There will be birth aarti of Maryada Purushottam Shri Ram at exactly 12 noon. After Aarti, rota and halwa prasad will be distributed among the devotees. The flags of the devotees will also be worshiped by the priests of Mahavir Temple at 1 pm. On the occasion of Ram Navami, 170 devotees have booked to hoist the flag in Mahavir Temple. Its live can be seen on the Facebook of Mahavir Temple.

8 priests arrived from Ayodhya
To ensure that the offerings to the devotees can be offered quickly, 8 priests have been called from Ayodhya. In Mahavir Temple, a total of 14 priests, including 6 priests from earlier, will assist in offering Prasad to the devotees throughout the day. A total of 14 Naivedyam counters have been made. 25 thousand kg Naivedyam has been prepared by the team of artisans of Tirupati. Medical camps will be set up for the devotees near the exit gate by the hospitals run by Mahavir Temple. Acharya Kishore Kunal said that on the occasion of Ram Navami, the devotees stand in the queue and move forward with full devotion in the time it takes to reach the temple. Let’s grow. The temple management assured the devotees that except for the Bhog-Aarti in the afternoon, the queue of devotees will continue to move forward at all other times.

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