Ayodhya Deepotsav Enters Guiness Book Of Records

Tap to expand
The Deepotsav observed in Ayodhya, the birthplace of Hindu deity Lord Rama entered the Guinness book of world records. Guinness World Records representatives were present during the Depotsav organized by the Uttar Pradesh government. The event took place on the banks of the River Saryu that flows through Ayodhya. In this event, more than five and a half lights were lightened.

The Government of Uttar Pradesh conducts Deepotsav every year. In the starting years, the count was around 50,000 and now its more than 5,00,000. Reportedly, the government has conducted this event to enter the Guinness Book of records. Almost 50,000 lamps were lightened in every ghat there.


During this event, the organizers organized cultural programs. Thousands of people participated in these programs. CM Yogi Adityanath and state Ministers were present during these events.

Fijian minister Veena Kumar Bhatnagar was the chief guest for this event. She has also sung Hindi hymns. He also has an Indian origin. She felt happy for fulfilling her long term dream of visiting Ayodhya. She has also expressed her interest to participate in Deepotsav every year if there is a chance. Reportedly, the government has spent 133 crores for this event.
Show comments
More