Anu Malik, Jubin Nautiyal & others create anthems echoing Ayodhya's Ram Mandir Pran Pratishtha festivities

In the sacred city of Ayodhya, where anticipation for the grand Ram Mandir Pran Pratishtha ceremony on January 22nd is building, the music industry has crafted an anthology of soul-stirring songs centered around Lord Ram, capturing the essence of the upcoming historic event.

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In the sacred city of Ayodhya, where anticipation for the grand Ram Mandir Pran Pratishtha ceremony on January 22nd is building, the air is resonating with the harmonious tunes of devotional music. The week-long festivities, commencing on January 16th, will culminate in the positioning of the idol of Lord Ram in the temple's 'Garbh Griha' on January 18th, followed by the much-awaited Pran Pratishtha ceremony at 12.20 pm on January 22nd.

Embracing the spiritual fervor, the music industry has crafted an anthology of soul-stirring songs centered around Lord Ram, capturing the essence of the upcoming historic event. Leading the musical charge is the anthem titled "Ram Aayenge," echoing the sentiment that Ram will come, and Prime Minister Narendra Modi's endorsement has catapulted the song to the top of the charts.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wncNcu6jEgs&t=22s

Swati Mishra, the voice behind "Ram Aayenge," has emerged as Ayodhya's musical icon, resonating with audiences far and wide. The anthem has transcended from caller tunes to ringtones, from YouTube likes to Spotify playlists dedicated to the Ram Mandir celebrations, firmly establishing itself as the melodic backdrop to this significant chapter in Ayodhya's history.

Anu Malik and Divya Kumar's "Jai Shree Ram," launched on the Zee Music Company YouTube channel, has garnered an impressive 1.3 million views in just 10 days. Devotional singer Hansraj Raghuwanshi, renowned for his soulful renditions on Lord Shiva, contributed another masterpiece titled "Jai Shree Ram," accumulating over 12 million views within two weeks.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8jCUJ3fxFC8&t=126s

The music transcends traditional boundaries as drummer Tanmay Mukherjee infuses a contemporary rhythm into the spiritual narrative. Conducting daily drumming sessions at the T-Series StageWorks Academy in Lucknow, Mukherjee incorporates the heartbeat of Ram chants into his music. His dedication to blending drums with the divine dhun of Lord Ram has struck a chord with enthusiastic young students.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x_vuTB1YsSU

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, a patron of devotional music, has not only lauded these musical offerings but also expressed his appreciation for the soul-stirring Ram Bhajan by singer Hariharan. Modi's support for the devotional genre further encourages artists to delve into spiritual themes, creating a cultural and musical connection with the upcoming temple inauguration.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vBJ5HSs-N9o

The outpouring of musical tributes doesn't stop there. PM Modi recently praised Gujarati folk singer Geeta Rabari for her emotionally charged bhajan, 'Shree Ram Ghar Aaye,' based on Lord Ram and Ayodhya. The Prime Minister's acknowledgment of such musical endeavors underscores the significance of cultural expression in conjunction with spiritual events.

As the nation eagerly awaits the Pran Pratishtha ceremony in Ayodhya, these devotional melodies serve as a soulful prelude to the historic moment. Singers like Swasti Mehul, Jubin Nautiyal, Hansraj Raghuwanshi, and Swati Mishra have created a musical tapestry that resonates with the collective spirit of reverence, making the arrival of Ram Lala in Ayodhya an event to be celebrated not just in rituals but through the universal language of music.

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Lovely bhajans .Thanks for sharing all of them here . Jai Shri Ram

2 months ago

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