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Shri Ram-Raag Seva: Stree Taal Tarang’s Offering to Lord Ramlala Sarkar

Shri Ram-Raag Seva: Commencing on January 26, 2024, the Ram Janmabhoomi Temple is set to host a musical extravaganza, reviving the rich tradition of classical music in devotion. This cultural offering aligns with the classical roots, showcasing the beauty of Indian ragas in service to Lord Rama.

Sacred Setting: Gudi Mandap Resonates with Ragas

The event unfolds in the divine precincts of the Gudi Mandap, resonating with the soulful tunes of classical ragas. Over 100 renowned artists from various states and diverse artistic traditions will dedicate 45 days to serving the feet of Lord Rama through their musical talents.

Yatindra Mishra’s Vision: A Maestro Behind the Scenes

Yatindra Mishra, the visionary and coordinator appointed by the trust, leads this program. With intricate planning and unwavering dedication, Mishra ensures that this musical homage becomes a harmonious blend of devotion and artistic brilliance.

Soothing Strains: Women Talents in Rama-Raga Seva

Today’s rendition in the Rama-Raga Seva features the melodic offerings of Sukanya Ramgopal, Vani Manjunath, G. Lakshmi, and Charu Hariharan. These accomplished women artists present their musical tributes to Lord Rama, dedicating their talents to the divine feet of Prabhu Shri Rama.

Embarking on a Spiritual Melody

As the strains of traditional ragas envelop the sacred precincts, it’s not just a musical performance but a spiritual journey. The Ram Janmabhoomi resonates with the age-old tradition of offering music as a form of devotion, creating an atmosphere where the divine and artistic converge.

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