Ayodhya Ram Mandir: Forbidden Items You Need to Know

On 22 January 2024, a very special occasion in Ayodhya, is going to take place as the consecration of the idol of the Lord Ram is being organized in the Ram temple. However, the religious functions will start very from January 15. The live telecast of Shri Ram’s Pran Pratistha program will make it more grand. Also let us know about the advisory issued for entry.

Following important rules have been framed regarding entry in Ram temple


  1. The consecration of the idol of God is being organized in Ram temple in Ayodhya on 22 January 2024.
  2. Along with the new, the old idols of Shri Ram will also be installed in the temple.
  3. Know what are the rules regarding entry in the Ram temple.

The consecration of the idol of Lord Ram is being organized in Ayodhya on 22 January 2024. Thousands of people from India and abroad will be reaching Ayodhya for participating this program, preparations for which are in full swing. Advisory has been issued regarding entry in the Ram temple, so if you are also coming to have darshan of Ramlala, you need to pay special attention towards these, otherwise you will have to return without darshan.


Foods not allowed

You cannot carry food items with you in the temple premises whether it is home-made or outside packed.

Electronics devices

You cannot carry any kind of electronic device with you during the consecration in the temple. From mobile to electronic watch, earphones, laptop or camera, all these things are banned.

Rules regarding belt and shoes

During the Pran-Pratishtha ceremony on 22nd January, one cannot enter the temple premises wearing belt, shoes etc. Purse also cannot be taken inside the temple.

Do not take puja thali

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Hardly people would come to the temple without puja thaali, but you should not come here with puja material and thaali as worship will not be allowed during this period.

Entry only with invitation letter

The most important thing is that on January 22, only those people can participate in the consecration program, who have received the invitation letter for this event. Those coming here without invitation will not be allowed to enter. This step has been taken for security reasons. Strict action can be taken against those who will try to enter forcefully.

Rules for clothes

In this program, only those people will be allowed to enter the temple who are wearing Indian traditional clothes. Although no specific dress code has been specified by the temple complex, preference will be given to those wearing Indian traditional attire.