Shri Ram Lalla’s Attire Unveiled: A Symbolic Blend of Tradition and Spirituality

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Amit Singh

Ayodhya, 22 January 2024: These divine ornaments, meticulously crafted, draw inspiration from scriptural descriptions found in revered texts such as Adhyatma Ramayana, Valmiki Ramayana, Ramcharitmanas, and Alavandar Stotra.

Conceptualized and directed by Shri Yatindra Mishra, the craftsman behind these divine creations is Shri Ankur Anand’s institution, Harsahaimal Shiamlal Jewellers, Lucknow.

Adorned in Banarasi fabric, Shri Ram Lalla wears a yellow dhoti and a red pataka/angavastram. These garments feature pure gold zari and threads, embellished with auspicious Vaishnav symbols – Shankh, Padma, Chakra, and Mayur.

The Mukut, crafted in North Indian tradition, is made of gold and adorned with rubies, emeralds, and diamonds. Strands of pearls intricately woven on the right side enhance its regal appearance.

Designed to complement the Mukut, these Kundal follow the same design, adorned with peacock motifs and embellished with gold, diamonds, rubies, and emeralds.

A crescent-shaped necklace featuring floral designs symbolizing good fortune, crafted from gold and inlaid with diamonds, rubies, and emeralds.

Kaustubha Mani:
Worn at the heart of Shri Ram Lalla, the Kaustubha Mani is adorned with a large ruby and diamonds.

A five-stranded necklace made of diamonds and emeralds, featuring a large, ornate pendant.

Vaijayanti or Vijayamala:
The longest necklace, made of gold and studded with rubies, symbolizes victory and features auspicious Vaishnava symbols.

A gem-studded waistband adorned around Shri Ram Lalla’s waist, made of gold with natural elegance.

Armlets worn on both arms, studded with gold and precious stones.

Beautiful gem-studded bangles worn on both hands.

Rings adorned with gems and featuring dangling pearls worn on both hands.

Shri Ram Lalla’s feet adorned with gem-studded anklets and toe rings, inlaid with diamonds, rubies, pearls, and emeralds, with golden ankle bells.

In Bhagwan’s Left Hand:
A gold bow adorned with pearls, rubies, and emeralds.

In Bhagwan’s Right Hand:
A golden arrow.

Around Bhagwan’s Neck:
A garland featuring colorful floral patterns, crafted by a dedicated handicraft institution.

On Bhagwan’s Forehead:
An auspicious tilak, created with diamonds and rubies.

On Bhagwan’s Feet:
A decorated lotus, under which a gold garland is arranged.

Traditional Toys:
Since Bhagwan is revered in the form of a five-year-old child (Shri Ram Lalla), traditional silver toys are placed before him, including a rattle, elephant, horse, camel, toy cart, and a spinning top.

Over Bhagwan’s Radiant Halo:
A resplendent golden umbrella is set.