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Ayodhya Ram Mandir: Why 22nd January 2024 for Consecration?

Consecration of Ram Ayodhya Mandir on 22nd January 2024

Some days are so special that they are remembered. One such day is the Ayodhya Ram Mandir consecration ceremony on January 22, 2024. The Ayodhya Ram temple was rejuvenated on this day. On this day, the consecration ceremony for Ram Lalla was organized. After 100 years of being on the run, Shri Ram finally returned to his kingdom, Ayodhya. Shri Ram is dear to everyone; hence, his consecration should be special. To make it more special, astrologers gathered to find the most auspicious time.

After looking at the panchang and counting on fingers many times, this time was determined. In this blog, you will discover why this date was chosen. In this blog, you will explore:

  1. Numerology is behind the consecration ceremony.
  2. Astrological aspects of this day.
  3. The auspiciousness of three yogas.

So, let’s start by taking the name “Ram”!

Numerological Significance of 22nd January for Ram Mandir Consecration

The inauguration of Ayodhya Ram Mandir was done on January 22, 2024. Let’s analyze the numerological logic behind January 22, 2024.

Number 2:

  • Dominant influence: The number 2 appears four times: date (22), month (1+0 = 1), and year (2+0+2+4 = 8 = 8+0 = 8). This repetition amplifies the influence of the number 2, associated with:
    • Cooperation, Harmony, and Partnerships: These themes could symbolize the coming together of different sections of society for the temple’s construction.
    • Duality, Emotions, Intuition: These could represent the mixed emotions surrounding the event and the significance attached to faith and spiritual connection.
    • Receptivity, and Sensitivity: This might reflect the emotional impact of the ceremony on devotees and the sensitivity surrounding the event.

Master Number 22:

The date 22 itself is a Master number with double the energy of the number 2. The repetition of the number 2 amplifies the intensity of this number twice. It symbolizes creativity and the historical significance of the event. These resonate with the long-held aspiration for the temple and the dedication of those involved in its construction.

Read Also: Find out why 22nd January is Ram Ayodhya Mandir’s Special Day!

Number 4:

Apart from the repetition of number 2, number 4 also repeats twice. Let’s see how:

  • 22/01/2024: 2+2+1+2+2+4=13, 1+3=4 
  • 22 January: 2+2=4

In numerology, the number 4 is related to stability and foundation. It symbolizes the solid foundation laid for the temple’s future. Also, it highlights the organized effort behind its construction.

Do You Know

The consecration of Ram Lalla was done in a window of 84 seconds. Whereas, the chanting was done for only 48 seconds. This 

Astrological Significance of  January 22, 2024

Not just numerology, but astrology highlights the importance of this date. The consecration ceremony was held in the auspicious month of Pausha Shukla Paksha. According to the Hindu Panchang calendar,, it is the 10th month of the year. It was held under the Mrigashira nakshatra, Dwadashi tithi, Brahma Yog, and Bav Karan.

Position of Moon 

Another auspicious aspect of this date is the position of the moon. The moon was in the Taurus Zodiac sign, which is a fixed sign in Vedic astrology. It symbolizes the rigidity, stability, and unshakable stability of the temple. It guarantees no possibility of trouble for the temple in the future. 

The month of The Sun

In Vedic astrology, the sun remains in one zodiac sign for one month. And in January, it was in the Capricorn zodiac sign. Also, you can relate it to Makar Sankranti 2024, which marks the sun’s transit in this zodiac sign. This is considered a positive time, which suggests new beginnings. So, it is best to conduct any auspicious task at this time.

Positive Impacts of 3 Yogas

You might be aware that the consecration ceremony was conducted before the completion of the structure. This also fueled the controversy over four Shankaracharyas boycotting Ram Mandir.

Due to a lack of suitable auspicious times for important tasks in daily life and the fact that one cannot wait for these auspicious times for long, these auspicious times can be easily accepted. There should be no doubt about the auspicious results obtained from them.

These two good yogas are Sarvarthasiddhi and Amritsiddh.

However, the presence of ‘Dwipushkar Yoga’ on this day doubled the auspiciousness. The presence of these three yogas together turns misfortune into benefits. In these yogas, if any auspicious work is started, then there is a possibility of its benefits doubling in the future.


In conclusion, 22 January 2024 for Ayodhya Ram Mandir was considered after a lot of research. This date will be mentioned in the history of Vedic culture in golden letters. It marks the end of a century-long struggle among the Rama devotees.

Moreover, the numbers 4 and 2 show up twice, symbolizing a strong foundation. Plus, three special yogas double the fortune! So, the 22nd wasn’t just a date; it was a celebration chosen by the stars and numbers to welcome Lord Ram home!

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  • What is the current status of the construction of the Ayodhya Ram Mandir?
    The temple is currently under construction and is expected to be completed by 2025. As of February 2024, the plinth construction and pillar works are underway.
  • Can I visit the temple now?
    While the main temple is still under construction, there is a temporary structure housing the deity of Lord Ram (Ram Lalla) called the "GarbhaGriha" that is open for darshan (viewing). Darshan requires a free pass issued by the temple trust.
  • What is the significance of the Ayodhya Ram Mandir?
    The Ram Mandir holds immense religious and cultural significance for Hindus. It is believed to be the birthplace of Lord Ram, a revered figure in the Hindu epic Ramayana. The construction of the temple symbolizes the culmination of a decades-long legal and social movement for Hindus.
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