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President Ram Nath Kovind & PM Narendra Modi at Luv kush Ramleela

President Ram Nath Kovind & PM Narendra Modi at Luvkush Ramlila for ‘Raavan Dehan’

 Yes, you heard it right. President Ram Nath Kovind & PM Narendra Modi together witnessed as chief guests in the Luvkush Ramleela at the occasion of Dushera at prestigious Lal Quila Maidan. The entire plot of Ramleela that took place on the 10th day was Shiv pooja by Raavan, Raavan and Mandodri conversation, Shiv pooja by Shri Raam, Ram vs Raavan on the battleground, a lesson by Raavan to Laxman, and then the most awaited happening, Raavan Vadh by PM Modi followed by firing the statue of demon king Raavan.

Well, the world-famous LuvKush Ramleela is almost at its last phase, as on the 9th day the story narration goes on with an intense conversation between Meghnath & Raavan. And lastly, Laxman ended a life of Meghnad. The entire team worked really hard to mesmerize the media & masses who were present there to witness the holy play. The characters were played by many famous personalities from our entertainment industry as well as politicians.  Ram was played by Angad Hasija, Union Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan played the role of Raja Janak, Rishi Atri by MLA Dr. Vijender Gupta, Raavan by Puneet Issar, Hanuman by Vindi Dara Singh, Sita by Shilpa Raizada, Avtar Gill played Vibhishan.  Narad was Rajesh Puri, Manoj Tiwari was Angad, Raja Chaudhary as Meghnath and Mandodri were played by Amita Nagia. 

PM Modi was seen doing the ceremony of Raavan Vadh on world-famous Luvkush Ramleela, along with Shri Ram Nath Kovind. The ritual that earlier has been performed by Bollywood biggies like Akshay Kumar, John Abraham, and Ajay Devgn was now performed by Modi Ji itself. This biggest Ramlila is spreading its charm and magic greatly and leaving everyone spellbound and mesmerized. 

The aura that the LuvKush Ramleela carry is what made it worth watching. Raavan Vadh that carries the essence of this festival was the most awaited moment of this year’s Ramlila too. Started from 10th October, the ancient Hindu epic Ramayana will end on 21st October. 

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