DU College hosted cultural program on consecration of Lord Ram

Delhi, January 22, 2024 – Dyal Singh Evening College, a distinguished institution under Delhi University, took center stage as it gracefully hosted a vibrant cultural program to honour the auspicious consecration of Lord Rama’s idol at the Ram Temple in Ayodhya. With the theme “Ram – The Symbol of Indian Pride,” the event unfolded under the esteemed patronage of Vikshit Bharat@2047, aiming to exalt the richness of Indian culture and heritage.

Leading the proceedings was Professor B.K. Kuthiala, the esteemed Chairman of the college and a revered academician.

Lord Ram Mandir Ayodhya

Witnessing the ambience of piety and exuberance, Prof. Kuthiala said that the moment of consecration of the idol of Lord Rama at Ayodhya is an unprecedented event in our civilization and humans across the globe are partaking in the celebrations today. He further emphasized on the view to transform teaching centres into learning centres based on the ideals of hramony, compassion etc that Lord Ram stood for. Prof. Kuthiala, moreover defined the actual essence of Ramatva and invited the new learners to inculcate in them, the character, ideals, principals and life of Lord Rama.

Prof. Bhawna Pandey, Principal DSEC, encouraged  students to imbibe values in education and learn from the life of Lord Rama.

The ceremony commenced with the illumination of lamps by dignitaries, offering fervent prayers to the deity. Additionally, the distribution of Mahaprasadam, featuring a 101 kg Laddu, symbolized the profound auspiciousness of the occasion.

A spellbinding dance performance unfolded, portraying the life and narratives of Lord Rama. The choreography breathed life into the mythology, with graceful movements and expressive storytelling. The event reached its zenith with a dramatic presentation, skilfully depicting the pivotal role of Lord Rama in a musical theatrical form, capturing the very essence of the epic saga.

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