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Monday, March 4, 2024

Bangladesh witnessed a nationwide celebration on the occasion of Ram Mandir Pran Pratishtha in Ayodhya

Amid the continuous attacks on the Hindu minorities, Bangladesh witnessed a nationwide celebration on the occasion of the Pran Pratishtha ceremony of the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya.

Hindu minorities of Bangladesh expressed their happiness and joy through jubilant rallies, unique Puja in the temples, Prasad distribution and Ram Bhajans.

During the early morning of the 22nd of January, the capital city Dhaka witnessed a jubilant rally by Bangladesh Jatiya Hindu Mahajote. Small children were dressed as Prabhu Sri Ram, and Sita adorned the rally. Also, saffron flags and banners were put in different parts of Dhaka.

During the night, the Shankharibazaar area of Dhaka city saw the most significant celebration ever. Thousands of youths danced together to the rhythm of the Ram Bhajan. The whole area was decorated with flags. 

Besides, Hindu temples of every district were decorated on the occasion of the Pran Pratishtha. In almost every temple of the country, the Pran Pratishtha ceremony was celebrated enthusiastically. 

While the minority Hindu Community was busy in celebration, the mainstream media platforms were busy spreading hate. All the channels were full of news and articles with descriptions of how the Ram Mandir was built after the demolition of a mosque. 

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