PM Modi Visits Historic Ramayana Site in Andhra Before Ayodhya Event

Pm Modi Andhra Ramayna Sita Mandir Darsan

According to NDTV PM Modi, During his two-day visit to Andhra Pradesh and Kerala, Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited the Veerabhadra Temple in Lepakshi. The site holds deep significance in the Hindu epic Ramayana, it is believed that it was here that the giant Garuda Jatayu pursued Ravana after his abduction of Goddess Sita.

Legend has it that Lepakshi is the same place where the brave Jatayu attained divine liberation or ‘Moksha’ from Lord Rama, after providing vital information about the captivity of Goddess Sita. The visit adds a cultural and historical dimension to the Prime Minister’s itinerary.

Ram Mandir Ayodhya Photo
Ram Mandir Ayodhya Darshan

The Prime Minister embarks on a two-day journey across Andhra Pradesh and Kerala, initiating key development projects like the New Dry Dock and International Ship Repair Facility at Cochin Shipyard Limited. On Wednesday, PM Modi will partake in prayers at Guruvayur and Thriprayar Shree Ramaswami temples in Kerala, as per the Prime Minister’s Office.

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