Vishwa Hindu Parishad urges Hindus across the world to celebrate Ramotsav


Team Udayavani, Dec 30, 2019, 1:22 PM IST

Mangaluru: Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) is planning to celebrate  Ramostav for a week starting from April 2 (Ramnavami) to April 8 (Hanuman Jayanti) in a grand manner across the country.

Alok Kumar, the working president of Vishwa Hindu Parishad said,”The Parishad urges Hindu community to celebrate Ramotsav around the world in every temple and village. Big celebrations will be held in all the villages from where Sri Ram Shilas (bricks) were sent to Ayodhya to form the foundation of the temple.”

“Construction of Sri Ram temple will be a religious movement for Hindus,” he added.

VHP is also planning 3 major programs to establish a secular community before the completion of temple construction that is expected to complete in next 4 – 5 years.

Udayavani is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel and stay updated with the latest news.

Top News

Air crash: Wing Commander Hanumanth Sarathi cremated with military honours in Belagavi

Bellary: Man chops off tongue, offers it to deity

PIL filed in SC challenging Centre’s decision to ban BBC documentary

Pakistan govt raises petrol, diesel prices by Rs 35 each

‘Pathaan’ crosses Rs 400 crore mark in four days

Bengaluru airport to get additional 1,700 CISF personnel

Lord Krishna, Hanuman greatest diplomats of world: EAM Jaishankar


Related Articles More

Air crash: Wing Commander Hanumanth Sarathi cremated with military honours in Belagavi

Bellary: Man chops off tongue, offers it to deity

Bengaluru airport to get additional 1,700 CISF personnel

Chikkamagaluru: One arrested for peddling drugs

Air crash: Body of Wing Commander arrives for last rites in Belagavi

MUST WATCH

Villagers election boycott warning for road

Sand art | Malpe Beach Uthsava 2023 | Udupi – Udayavani

Various competitions, activities in Beach Utsava!

Melody King Rajesh Krishnan

Shakalaka Boom Boom Movie Review| |Premier Show Manipal


Latest Additions

Air crash: Wing Commander Hanumanth Sarathi cremated with military honours in Belagavi

Two held for ‘Khalistan graffiti’ in Delhi

Bellary: Man chops off tongue, offers it to deity

Promise made to India fulfilled: Rahul Gandhi after hoisting tricolour at Lal Chowk

Mumbai: Right-wing outfits organise morcha against ‘love jihad’, demand anti-conversion laws

Thanks for visiting Udayavani

You seem to have an Ad Blocker on.
To continue reading, please turn it off or whitelist Udayavani.