The Pran Pratishtha ceremony is a sacred consecration ritual that transforms an idol into a divine entity.

The ritual begins with the purification of the idol through bathing, representing the removal of earthly impurities.

The ceremony includes rituals derived from the Vedas and Puranas, culminating in the infusion of sacred energy into the idol.

Sacred substances such as water, milk, honey, and flowers are offered as offerings symbolizing a facet of devotion.

The Ram Mandir's Inauguration was marked by a Pran Pratishtha Ceremony, where a sanctified metallic plate, or "Yantra," was placed beneath the deity to enhance its sacred energy.

The Pran Pratishtha Ceremony for the Ram Mandir Inauguration involves worshippers revealing the idol's eyes after proper installation.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi conducted a Pran Pratishtha Ceremony for the Ram Mandir's Inauguration, adhering to Yama Niyam, a holy occasion observance requirement, to ensure a stringent ceremony.

Prime Minister Modi participates in Pran Pratishtha rituals for Ram Mandir inauguration, including asceticism, sleeping on floor, drinking coconut water,