Ramanand Sagar’s son Moti Sagar on being invited to Ram Mandir Pran Pratishtha ceremony: ‘My father can be…’

Ramanand Sagar’s son Moti Sagar on being invited to Ram Mandir Pran Pratishtha ceremony: ‘My father can be…’

“”It’s a nice fortune that I’ve acquired this invitation. Having the ability to attend the ceremony and to get blessings can be a reminiscence for a lifetime”, mentioned Ramanand Sagar’s son Moti Sagar.

Moti Sagar, son of filmmaker Ramanand Sagar, the maker of the well-known TV serial Ramayan, expressed his gratitude upon receiving an invite to the Ram Mandir Pran Pratishtha ceremony. He mentioned that attending the occasion and searching for blessings can be a cherished reminiscence for a lifetime; he additionally commends the meticulous preparations made for the ceremony, attributing the temple’s development to the efforts of PM Modi.

“It’s a nice fortune that I’ve acquired this invitation. Having the ability to attend the ceremony and to get blessings can be a reminiscence for a lifetime, they’ve organized your complete programme already in order that no person will face any challenge. This temple has been constructed due to the efforts of PM Modi”, mentioned Moti Sagar to ANI.

He shared how his father would have reacted if he had been nonetheless alive immediately. He mentioned, “I’m so delighted immediately. As we speak, such a big occasion is happening on account of PM Modi’s efforts; it’s a life-changing achievement. Ramayana had cooked the prasad. My father can be more than happy. He would’ve gone first and he would have gone a number of occasions if he had been nonetheless alive immediately. He would have even bought a home to worship Ram.
Moti Sagar additionally mentioned that Lord Ram has taught the dharma of each relationship – a son’s dharma with a mother or father, the dharma of a brother with a brother, the dharma of a father with youngsters, and the dharma of those that perpetrate crimes with the adversary. “After watching the entire Ramayana, one would have realised that Ram belongs to everybody”, he mentioned. He concluded, “There have been many tales like this; we acquired messages from folks of various religions as there was a battle between two brothers, and after watching the Ramayana, they made peace with one another.”

Ramanand Sagar’s first episode of Ramayan aired on January 25, 1987. The Ramayan sequence was initially deliberate to include 52 45-minute episodes apiece. Because of nice demand, it needed to be prolonged 3 times, finally terminating after 78 episodes. In 2000, the Indian authorities awarded Sagar the Padma Shri.

(With inputs from ANI)

You must be logged in to post a comment Login