The Special Features Of The Idol Of Ram Lala In Ayodhya

5 special features of the idol of Ram Lalla in Ayodhya

By Intimate Viewpoint 

What is the "Ram Lala" word stand for? 

The word Ram Lalla means the child form of Lord Ram. 'Lalla' means child and Ram means Lord Ram.

After a long wait of 500 and half years, the Grand consecration ceremony of Ram Lala is completed on 22 January.

Idol Of Ram Lalla in Ayodhya

Just as the Ram temple of Ayodhya emerged as the third largest temple in the world, in this way, the Statue of Ram Lalla is also extraordinary. It has many features.

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* The Ram lala Idol is of a 5-year-old boy, Ayodhya is the birthplace of Lord Ram. Therefore, the child form of Lord Ram is shown in the idol there.

* The divine jewelry and clothes of Ram Lalla, the jewelry and clothes by which the idol of Ram Lala has been adorned have also been designed with the advice of top experts.

Devine clothes & jewelry of Ram Lalla

The design of all the clothes and jewelry is equivalent to what a five-year-old would wear.

* 10 incarnations of Lord Vishnu are depicted, Lord Ram is the 7th incarnation of Lord Vishnu. There are many descriptions of 10 incarnations of Lord Vishnu that can be found in the Hindu scriptures, of which the last one is of Lord Kalki which is still left. These 10 incarnations have been depicted around the Idol of Lord Ram Lala.

Arun Yogiraj, the sculptor of Ayodhya Ram Lalla

* Lord Ram Lala's idol, The sculptor of the idol of Ram Lalla is Arun Yogiraj. The idol is curved from Krishna Sheela or black stone. It is 51 inches tall. The idol, especially the eyes of Ram Lalla is chiseled with a silver hammer and a gold chisel.

* Silver toys in front of Ram Lala, the idol of Lord Ram represent the age of a 5-year-old boy. Therefore, many toys like elephants, horses, camels, toy carts, rattles, spinning tops, etc, which are made with silver are placed in front of the idol of Ram Lalla.

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