Ranchi, all set to host a magnificent celebration of Ravan Dahan in 2023, marking the revered Hindu legend of the triumph of good over evil as narrated in the epic Ramayana. This grand event will feature a colossal 70-feet tall statue of Ravan, the infamous demon king, constructed entirely from bamboo, cloth, and paper. The highlight of the evening will be the symbolic burning of this gigantic effigy by none other than the esteemed Chief Minister of Jharkhand, Hemant Soren.
This awe-inspiring statue, a testament to creativity and craftsmanship, is expected to cost approximately Rs 15 lakh to build. Crafted meticulously from eco-friendly materials, the bamboo, cloth, and paper structure will not only pay homage to tradition but also emphasize the importance of sustainable celebrations in the modern age.
Organizers of this event are brimming with excitement as they anticipate a large gathering of spectators and devoted followers, all eager to witness the powerful and symbolic act of burning Ravan and his effigies. The event promises to be a visual extravaganza, blending age-old traditions with a touch of modernity, captivating the hearts of attendees and leaving a lasting impression on the city’s cultural landscape.
Ravan Dahan holds immense significance in Hindu mythology, signifying the victory of righteousness and virtue over malevolence and wickedness. Ranchi’s upcoming celebration is not just a cultural event but a manifestation of spiritual beliefs and collective harmony.
As the city readies itself for this grand spectacle, the air is thick with anticipation. Residents and visitors alike are gearing up to be part of this unforgettable experience. Stay tuned for updates on Ranchi’s grand Ravan Dahan celebration, where tradition meets grandeur in a spectacular display of cultural richness and spiritual fervor.