From ‘Divyadesha’ To ‘Diyadesha’: Lord Ram’s Ayodhya Creates A Guinness World Record For Maximum Lamps Lit
From ‘Divyadesha’ To ‘Diyadesha’: Lord Ram’s Ayodhya Creates A Guinness World Record For Maximum Lamps LitAyodhya is seeing its biggest Deepotsava so far, under UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath (Photo by Deepak Gupta/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)

Ayodhya Deepotsav has created a Guinness World Record for lighting 3,01,152 earthen lamps, on the bank of River Sarayu, ANI has reported. These diyas (earthen lamps) were lit at ‘Ram Ki Paidi’ .

The First Lady of South Korea Kim Jung Sook was the chief guest at the event. She paid tributes to Queen Heo Memorial. Queen Heo is a princess who went to Korea from Ayodhya as a bride. The event also cemented the historical ties between India and South Korea. Queen Heo is also known as Suriratna.

Princess Suriratna was the daughter of a king of Ayodhya. The king had a dream, where God asked him to send his 16-year-old daughter to marry King Kim Suro of Geumgwan Gaya. Some reports have also suggested that a genetic discovery in South Korea has claimed that Koreans might have an Indian ancestor 2,000 years ago.

Also Read: All That You Wanted To Know About Princess Suriratna – The Korean Queen Whose Legacy Is Being Celebrated By Adityanath Today

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