The celebrations that went on for five to seven days in the previous years will be held for three days this year.

 Ayodhya is preparing for the fourth Deepotsav festivities began by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in 2017, the first since the episode of the Covid-19 pandemic and the beginning of the Ram sanctuary development, with arrangements going on going all out to make it a noteworthy and essential event.The festivities that continued for five to seven days in the earlier years will be held for three days this year.Grand social nights will be sorted out during the festivals, with significant ladies interest to advance the “Mission Shakti” campaign.The culture division has arranged a guide for this and has begun take a shot at it. So as to make the celebration a fantastic achievement, ladies artistes from Uttar Pradesh and different states will make Ayodhya a focal point of stupendous festivals on the event of the crowning ritual function of Lord Ram getting back from banish, authorities said.“The fourth Deepotsav will promote Mission Shakti through its cultural programmes. The theme of the celebrations will be women empowerment. Hundreds of women will showcase their talent in all the events. Not only this, the Ramlila at Ram Katha Park will be organised by women this year and most of the volunteers involved in the lighting of diyas at the main event held on the banks of the Sarayu river will be women,” Additional Chief Secretary Awaneesh Awasthi advised PTI.Talking to PTI, Ayodhya District Magistrate Anuj Kumar Jha stated, “Amidst the echoes and hails of Lord Ram, 5.51 lakh earthen lamps will illuminate the city of Ayodhya. Preparations for the Deepotsav celebrations are on in full swing.” The top administration and police metal of Uttar Pradesh visited Ayodhya on Sunday to assess the arrangements for the festivals beginning November 13.Officials educated that all the Covid-related conventions will be carefully clung to and all streets prompting the Sarayu stream and Ramjanmabhoomi will be blockaded. No one other than the invitees will be permitted at the Deepotsav setting, where the lead representative and the central priest will be available, they added.Awasthi stated, “This will be the fourth Deepotsav in Ayodhya after it started in 2017. It has been given the status of a state fair. The chief minister has given elaborate instructions for this Deepotsav as for the first time in 492 years, after the apex court mandated in favour of the Ram mandir, the temple of Ram Janmabhoomi will be illuminated with thousands of diyas, along with about 300 other religious sites, including temples, ghats and kunds.” “This Deepotsav will be celebrated under the strict guidelines related to Covid-19, maintaining social distancing,” he added.Along with Awasthi, Additional Chief Secretary, Information Navneet Sahal, Principal Secretary, Tourism and Culture Mukesh Kumar Meshram, Additional Director General of Police (Law and request) Prashant Kumar, ADG, Lucknow Zone S N Savant, Director General, Tourism GN Ravikumar and Director, Information Shishir were among the administration functionaries who visited Ayodhya to consider the Deepotsav preparations.The headliner will begin at 3 pm on November 13. It will be communicated live on open location frameworks and appeared on 70 LED vans in Ayodhya. State telecaster Doordarshan will likewise broadcast the live inclusion. (This story has been distributed from a wire organization channel without alterations to the text.)Follow more stories on Facebook and Twitter