'Without Lord Ram, Ayodhya Is Not Ayodhya', Says President Kovind During Visit To City


President Ram Nath Kovind on Sunday visited the temple city of Ayodhya and inaugurated a Ramayan conclave within the presence of Uttar Pradesh Governor Anandiben Patel, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and others. 

Emphasising on the significance of Lord Ram within the context of town, the President stated, “Without Ram, Ayodhya is not Ayodhya. Ayodhya exists where there is Ram. Lord Ram resides permanently in this city, and hence in the true sense, this place is Ayodhya.”

He was additionally scheduled to go to the Ram Janmabhoomi development web site the place the temple is arising, after a historic verdict by the Supreme Court in 2019. Apparently referring to his identify, Kovind stated, “I feel that when my family members named me, they were possibly having the feeling of respect and affection towards Ram Katha and Lord Ram, which is seen in the common public.”

Elaborating additional on Ayodhya, the President stated, “The literal meaning of Ayodhya is the one with whom it is impossible to wage a war. Owing to the courage and power of Raghuvanshi kings Raghu, Dileep, Aj, Dashrath and Ram, their capital was considered unconquerable. Therefore, the name of this city as ‘Ayodhya’ will always remain relevant.”

Highlighting the love of Lord Ram in direction of tribals, he stated, “During his days of exile, Lord Ram did not call armies of Ayodhya and Mithila to fight the war. He gathered the Kols, Bheels, Vaanars and formed his army. In his campaign, he included ‘Jatayu (vulture)’. He strengthened love and friendship with the tribals.” A postal cowl of the Ramayan conclave was additionally unveiled by the President on the event.

Deputy Chief Ministers Keshav Prasad Maurya and Dinesh Sharma, and Union Minister of State for Railways and Textiles Darshana Vikram Jardosh had been additionally current.

(PTI)




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