Actors portraying the roles of Ram, Lakshman and Sita arrive in Ayodhya on a chopper decked up to resemble the mythological Pushpak Viman
Nikhilenanu poorvya cha pita putraan iva aurasaanShrushushante cha woh shishya kachit varmasu danshitaahIti woh purush vyaagrah sada RamobhibhaashateVyasaneshu manushyaanam bhrisham bhavati dukhitahUtsaveshu cha sarveshu pitev paritushyati
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