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Is Sadhguru Going to Ayodhya?

Is Sadhguru Going to Ayodhya? Insights into a Historic Visit

On February 12, Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev’s visit to Ayodhya marked a significant chapter in India’s spiritual and cultural journey. As he stood in the burgeoning shadows of the Ram Temple, a project enveloped in the heartbeats of millions, Sadhguru reflected on this moment as a ‘civilisation moment’—a culmination of a 500-year-old struggle that transcends mere religious fervor to touch the essence of India’s civilizational identity.

Sadhguru, the revered spiritual leader and founder of the Isha Foundation, eloquently shared his thoughts, saying, “I am very fortunate. It has been a struggle for 500 years. This is a civilisation moment for India. It is a very important moment & this is not about one community against another, this is a civilisation aspect. Ram is a figure from the past but an inspiration for the future.” His words underscore the profound spiritual and cultural revival that the Ram Temple symbolizes for many Indians, bridging centuries of history with the aspirations of a future epoch.

The narrative of Ram and the epic saga of the Ramayan are deeply interwoven into the fabric of Indian culture, serving as a reservoir of moral and spiritual guidance for countless generations. Sadhguru emphasizes the Ram Temple as a symbol of “civilisational reclaim,” a beacon that illuminates the path to national healing and spiritual rejuvenation. “Ram and Ramayan have been so much a part of the Indian ethos that it is almost like a resurrection of a damaged national spirit,” he observes, highlighting the temple’s significance beyond its physical construction.

Sadhguru Going in Ayodhya

Reflecting on the life of Rama, Sadhguru draws parallels to the human condition, noting how Rama’s story is punctuated by personal tragedies and moral dilemmas, yet, his life remains a testament to the power of equanimity and grace under pressure. “Rama’s entire life—from the loss of his kingdom and his wife to his later travails, when he gives up his wife again and almost slays his own offspring—can be seen, in terms of events, as a serial disaster. And yet, his ability to remain equanimous through it all makes him exceptional even today,” he remarks.

Sadhguru’s insights extend to the contemporary relevance of Rama, venerating him not for his victories, but for the dignity with which he navigated his life’s trials. “People worship Rama not because of the success in his life, but for the gracefulness with which he conducted the most difficult moments.” This perspective offers a profound lesson in resilience and dignity, encouraging individuals to find strength and grace in the face of life’s challenges.

The anticipation surrounding the Ram Temple, according to Sadhguru, mirrors the indomitable spirit and patience of the Indian people, who have awaited this moment for over half a millennium. “The people have been waiting for Ram Temple for over 500 years, so there’s tremendous excitement in the country. Look at the resilience, look at the spirit, and look at the patience of people,” he says, commending the collective resilience that has finally culminated in the realization of a long-held dream.

Sadhguru’s visit to Ayodhya and his reflections on the Ram Temple not only celebrate a pivotal moment in India’s civilizational journey but also remind us of the enduring values of resilience, faith, and unity that have sustained the nation through centuries of challenges. As the Ram Temple rises, it stands as a testament to the power of collective will and the timeless relevance of spiritual and moral ideals in guiding humanity towards a more harmonious and compassionate future.

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