The idol of Ram Lalla was unveiled on Monday at Shri Ram Janmaboomi Temple in Ayodhya in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi led rituals at the Pran Pratishtha ceremony in the sanctum sanctorum of the grand temple.
In the midst of this, a recent survey conducted by India News, which focused on the sentiments surrounding the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya, insights were gathered from a sample size of 204 participants. The findings indicated a predominant participation of males, with 84.80%, and females, with 15.20%, expressing their views on this significant cultural and religious development.
The survey explored the political landscape, specifically questioning whether the Ram Mandir Pran Pratishtha would be the central issue in the 2024 elections. A substantial 74.01% of respondents believed in its prominence, while 19.60% disagreed, and 6.39% remained uncertain about its potential impact on the elections.
On the matter of ‘Ram Raj’ and its potential benefits to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) following the completion of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya, the survey found that a significant 84.31% believed the BJP would gain from the resolution, with only 9.31% expressing scepticism and 6.38% unable to provide a definitive opinion.
The participants were also asked to reflect on their first darshan of Ram Lalla in Ayodhya. Results indicated that 51.47% experienced spiritual bliss, 22.54% realized a sense of dignity, and 17.15% felt a sense of victory for the nation. A smaller percentage, 8.84%, were unable to articulate their experience.
Furthermore, the survey explored the impact of the Ram Lala temple on individuals. A substantial 46.56% reported gaining unlimited energy, 40.68% felt a message of goodwill, and 4.41% experienced fear of stress. A notable 8.35% remained undecided on the temple’s personal impact.
These survey findings offer a snapshot of public sentiments surrounding the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya, highlighting not only the political implications but also the deeply personal and spiritual experiences individuals associate with this monumental development.
In essence, the survey findings not only shed light on the political implications of the Ram Mandir but also underscore the deeply personal and spiritual connections individuals have with this monumental development. As the country navigates through the intricate intersection of culture, religion, and politics, the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya continues to hold a multifaceted significance for the people of India.