Pilgrims from Doda district leave for Ayodhya


DDC Chairman, DC flag off pilgrimage

DODA : District Development Council Chairman Doda Dhananter Singh Kotwal, alongside Vice Chairman Sangeeta Rani, Deputy Commissioner Harvinder Singh and SSP Javid Iqbal, led a significant ceremony today as they flagged off buses carrying pilgrims to the newly constructed Ram Temple in Ayodhya.

The atmosphere at Dak Bunglow Doda was electric as a large number of male and female pilgrims gathered for the auspicious journey.

The ceremony, attended by notable figures including Sandeep Manhas, DDC Councillor Thathri, Manohar Lal, DDC Chiralla, and Yudhvir Thakur, DDC West, was marked by enthusiasm and religious fervor. Rekha Devi, DDC Assar, added to the dignified presence, ensuring a representative gathering from across the district.

As the buses were flagged off, jam-packed with eager devotees, the air was filled with anticipation and devotion. The pilgrimage to Ayodhya holds immense significance for the faithful, who embark on this journey to pay homage at the sacred site of the newly constructed Ram Temple.

With the blessings of local officials and the support of the community, the yatris embarked on their journey to Ayodhya from Doda, carrying with them the hopes and prayers of the region. The ceremony served as a reminder of the enduring spirit of faith and unity, as people from diverse backgrounds came together to partake in this sacred pilgrimage.

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