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Deepotsav 2020: UP Govt plans to launch website for virtual Diwali celebration

The devotees will be able to tell themselves whether to choose from deshi ghee, mustard oil or sesame oil for lighting the lamp.

Yogita S.

Yogita S.By Yogita S.

Published on 9 Nov 2020 5:10 AM GMT

Deepotsav 2020: UP Govt plans to launch website for virtual Diwali celebration
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Lucknow: This time Diwali is going to be a new way for the people of the state. While he will be able to light a lamp sitting at the Deepotsav festival in Ayodhya while lighting a lamp on the portal, he will also be able to take a selfie with Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.

The devotees will be able to tell themselves whether to choose from deshi ghee, mustard oil or sesame oil for lighting the lamp. This portal is being prepared by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath for Virtual Diwali.

Deepotsav in Ayodhya:

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has asked to arrange a virtual Deepotsav at the 'Deepotsav-2020' being organized in Ayodhya. Under which, this time the festival of Ayodhya will be unique in itself. To make it memorable, virtual deepotsav is being arranged for the first time, preparations are almost complete.

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Virtual Diwali in pandemic time:

With this, NRIs sitting in foreign countries will also be able to take full advantage of it. Devotees not able to reach Ayodhya due to Kovid-19 will be able to light the lamp in front of Sriramala Virajman through virtual lamp festival from any region of the country and the world.

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Special Arrangements :

The portal which is being prepared by the state government for the virtual festival. On that portal, the devotees will be able to light a lamp in front of the picture of Shri Ramala. To light the lamp, devotees will be able to choose lamps from their choice of clay, copper or brass on the portal. Similarly, for lighting the lamp one can choose from native ghee, mustard oil or sesame oil.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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