A GenZ Guide To Understand Ram Mandir Consecration 

With the opening of the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya around the corner, here are some terms that you must know to understand everything happening on D-day.

Ram Lalla

The  51-inch idol of Lord Rama symbolises a five-year-old Lord Ram, the one who is rumoured to have arrived on 18th January.

Rath Yatra

A "rath," or chariot, represents the means of transportation for Lord Ram's journey as depicted in the Hindu epic Ramayana.

Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teertha Kshetra

This trust was set up for the construction and management of Ram Mandir in Ayodhya by PM Narendra Modi, the Government of India in February 2020.

Shankaracharya is the title given to the leaders of Advaita Vedanta mathas. It originated with Adi Shankara, who represents spiritual leadership in the Hindu tradition.


It is a process of laying the foundation stone for a Hindu temple and citing blessings for a sacred beginning.


Kar Sevaks are individuals who perform tasks such as cleaning, cooking, and serving food and may also be involved in construction or renovation projects like Ram Mandir.

Kar Sevak

Pran Pratishtha

It's a sacred ritual for establishing a deity in a temple & marks the completion of the temple and the beginning of its worship.

The main sanctuary of the temple, which is also known as the "Womb of the Temple," houses the main deity and emits divinity, nurturing devotion.

Garbha Griha


It is a dedicated spiritual practice that involves diligently performing rituals and mantras for specific goals or self-realisation.

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