Poet Hariom Panwar said, Ram is the identity of our India

The five-year wait ended with the foundation stone of the Sri Ram temple in Ayodhya. On Wednesday, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi was doing Bhoomi Poojan in Ayodhya, the sentiments of the people across the country were also rising. The poet of Meerut, Dr. Hariom Panwar, shared a poem written on Shriram, making such a momentous moment memorable. In this, he told Shriram the identity of India.

Dr. Hariom Panwar wrote a poem dedicated to Shriram many years ago. In this, he has tried to keep the mythological paintings from history. He writes that Rama is the model of our pride.

Rama is the identity of our India.

Rama is the God of our events.

Rama is our worship, armaan.

Ram is the soul of our soul.

Temple-mosques are items of worship. Dr. Hariom Panwar, while describing Rama as a public benefactor, writes to him that he is a medicine for every disease and writes that Rama is a medicine, not a disease.

Ram renounce is not enjoyment, listen.

Ram is mercy, people are not angry.

Ram is true, people are not aware.

Rama is the name of public interest.

Of Khudari fighting Ravana. Dr. Hariom Panwar says that the construction of a Ram temple in Ayodhya is like a dream. Many generations passed in waiting for this. Every form of Rama inspires us. They guide us even in odd situations. The temple of Shri Ram will indeed be the modern symbol of our culture.

Jain society is also represented in Bhoomi Poojan

JNN, Meerut. Swamiji, who presided over Jambudeep Hastinapur and Ayodhya Teerth, attended the Shree Ram Temple Shila Pujan ceremony in Ayodhya on Wednesday. He represented Jain Samaj and Hastinapur. Institute Minister Vijay Kumar Jain said that Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath greeted Swamiji and wished him all the best. Sangh chief Mohan Bhagwat and VHP chief Champatarai also greeted Swamiji and thanked the Jain society. Prime Minister Narendra Modi also described Ayodhya shrine as the main place of Jainism. Ayodhya is also the birthplace of five of the 24 Tirthankaras.