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Ram Mandir Inauguration: List Of Ban’s Announced In These States

| Updated: January 21, 2024 19:04

The inauguration of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya on January 22 is a historic event that marks the culmination of a long-standing demand of millions of Hindus. The event has generated a wave of excitement and devotion across the country, with various states announcing measures to honor the occasion and join the celebrations. This is done to respect the sanctity of the ‘Pran Pratishtha’ ceremony.

Meat Ban In Several States

One of the most prominent measures taken by several states is the ban on the sale of meat on January 22. The states that have imposed the meat ban include

  • Chhattisgarh,
  • Rajasthan,
  • Uttar Pradesh
  • Assam.

Dry day in many states

Another measure taken by many states is the declaration of a “dry day”, which means the closure of liquor shops on January 22. The states that have announced a dry day include

  • Uttar Pradesh,
  • Haryana,
  • Rajasthan,
  • Madhya Pradesh,
  • Assam,
  • Chhattisgarh,
  • Uttarakhand.

Public holiday or half-day holiday in some states

Apart from these, some states have also declared a public holiday or a half-day holiday on January 22, to enable the people to participate in the celebrations and watch the live telecast of the ceremony.

The states that have Declared a full-day holiday include :

  • Uttar Pradesh,
  • Goa,
  • Maharashtra.

The states that have Declared a half-day holiday include :

  • Gujarat,
  • Rajasthan,
  • Madhya Pradesh,
  • Haryana,
  • Uttarakhand,
  • Chhattisgarh,
  • Odisha,
  • Tripura,
  • Assam.

Astrological significance of January 22

The date of January 22 has been chosen for the inauguration as it coincides with Karma Dwadashi, a day that is associated with Lord Vishnu’s role in the churning of the ocean in the form of a tortoise. This is believed to signify the incarnation of Lord Ram, making it an auspicious day for the temple’s inauguration.

Impact on various sectors of the economy

The inauguration of the Ram Temple will also have an impact on various sectors of the economy, such as the stock market, banking, insurance, and judiciary.

  • The stock market will remain closed on Monday, while the currency derivative segment will also be shut on January 22.
  • The public sector banks, insurance companies, financial institutions, and Regional Rural Banks will observe a half-day closure on January 22.
  • The National Company Law Tribunal will also close all its 15 benches for half a day till 2:30 PM on January 22.

Unique gestures by some hospitals

Some hospitals have also announced a half-day holiday on January 22, like:

  • In a unique gesture, Surat has announced free deliveries for all pregnant women on January 22, as a way of celebrating the birth of Lord Ram.
  • The Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital
  • The Post Graduate Medical Education and Research in Puducherry.
  • However, AIIMS has reversed its decision to declare a half-day holiday after facing criticism.

The inauguration of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya is a momentous occasion that has united the nation in a spirit of joy and devotion. The various measures taken by the states to honor the event reflect the collective reverence and respect for the cultural and religious significance of the temple. The event is expected to be a grand spectacle that will showcase the glory and grace of Lord Ram and his temple.
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