Ram Mandir Consecration: States That Will Observe Dry Day On 22nd January


January 22, 2024: The day that all of us have been waiting for is almost here. The much-anticipated consecration ceremony of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya is just a few days away. The preparations for the grand celebration are underway. Not just in Ayodhya, different state governments are also gearing up for the grand celebrations. Some of them have made special announcements as well. A few of them announced a dry day on January 22, 2024, to mark the big celebration.

List Of States Observing Dry State:

In Uttar Pradesh, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has designated January 22 as a dry day to foster a serene atmosphere during the celebrations in the holy city of Ayodhya.

On the other hand, Rajasthan, the northern neighbour, has also imposed a dry day in order to maintain public order on the auspicious occasion.

At the same time, Assam, Chhattisgarh, and Uttarakhand have also joined this initiative, with their respective Chief Ministers declaring a dry day to mark the consecration of the Ram Mandir, reflecting deep-rooted reverence and religious zeal in these states.

This decision was taken by these state governments on the grounds of maintaining sanctity. As, this consecration is of great significance for all the Hindus, keeping that in mind the dry day has been imposed that will in turn help maintain the sanctity of the day.

At the same time, the authorities also want to ensure public order, given a huge gathering is expected on that day. This decision will reduce the chances of disturbances.

On the other hand, the decision was also taken keeping in mind the religious significance. This will help in respecting the religious sentiments of the people.


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