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Overseas Indians to hold music show in Washington DC

Overseas Indians to hold music show in Washington DC

A week prior to the highly anticipated consecration of the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya, fervent Ram Bhaktas in the United States orchestrated car rallies across 21 cities. Notably, in the national capital, enthusiasts organized a distinctive Tesla Car musical show dedicated to Lord Ram. In Frederick City, Maryland, over 100 Ram Bhakts, each owning a Tesla Car, congregated at the Shri Bhaktha Anjaneya Temple on Saturday night. Leveraging a unique feature of Tesla cars introduced in 2022, the participants synchronized the headlights and speakers of their vehicles with a popular song dedicated to Lord Ram.

The event, organized by the Vishwa Hindu Parishad of America (VHPA), saw more than 200 Tesla Car owners registering for the show. Drone pictures captured the formation of the word "RAM" by strategically positioning these illuminated Tesla Cars.

Mahendra Sapa, president of the DC chapter of VHP America, expressed gratitude to the generations of Hindus who struggled for the Ram Temple in Ayodhya. Animesh Shukla, a volunteer organizer, noted that the Tesla light show marks just the beginning of the celebrations for the Ram Temple inauguration. VHPA plans to host similar light shows on January 20.

Simultaneously, VHP America orchestrated car rallies in 21 cities and announced the placement of large billboards in over 10 states to showcase the upcoming consecration ceremony on January 22. These billboards, already unveiled in several states, aim to convey the joy and enthusiasm of Hindu Americans participating in this significant event that has been awaited for over 25 generations. Additional billboards are set to be introduced in Arizona and the State of Missouri.

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Overseas Indians to hold music show in Washington DC

Overseas Indians to hold music show in Washington DC

A week prior to the highly anticipated consecration of the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya, fervent Ram Bhaktas in the United States orchestrated car rallies across 21 cities. Notably, in the national capital, enthusiasts organized a distinctive Tesla Car musical show dedicated to Lord Ram. In Frederick City, Maryland, over 100 Ram Bhakts, each owning a Tesla Car, congregated at the Shri Bhaktha Anjaneya Temple on Saturday night. Leveraging a unique feature of Tesla cars introduced in 2022, the participants synchronized the headlights and speakers of their vehicles with a popular song dedicated to Lord Ram.

The event, organized by the Vishwa Hindu Parishad of America (VHPA), saw more than 200 Tesla Car owners registering for the show. Drone pictures captured the formation of the word "RAM" by strategically positioning these illuminated Tesla Cars.

Mahendra Sapa, president of the DC chapter of VHP America, expressed gratitude to the generations of Hindus who struggled for the Ram Temple in Ayodhya. Animesh Shukla, a volunteer organizer, noted that the Tesla light show marks just the beginning of the celebrations for the Ram Temple inauguration. VHPA plans to host similar light shows on January 20.

Simultaneously, VHP America orchestrated car rallies in 21 cities and announced the placement of large billboards in over 10 states to showcase the upcoming consecration ceremony on January 22. These billboards, already unveiled in several states, aim to convey the joy and enthusiasm of Hindu Americans participating in this significant event that has been awaited for over 25 generations. Additional billboards are set to be introduced in Arizona and the State of Missouri.

 
 
 

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