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As a component of the stupendous Diwali festival arranged by the Yogi Adityanath government in Ayodhya, one of the significant attractions will light of 1.71 lakh diyas along the banks of Saryu waterway.

With this, the Uttar Pradesh government will break the Guinness World Record for the biggest show of oil lights set by imprisoned Dera Sacha Sauda boss Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh. The Sirsa-based Dera Sacha Sauda had lit 1.5 lakh diyas at an occasion on September 23 a year ago. 

As indicated by the official page of Guinness World Records, 1,531 individuals "partook in collecting and lighting the lights for the show". The record of the biggest show of oil lights, 150,009 to be correct, is for the sake of 'Holy person Dr Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji Insan'. 

Other than lighting a record number of diyas in Ayodhya today, the Uttar Pradesh government has additionally composed a progression of projects to stamp Diwali. A legacy stroll from Kanchan Bhavan to Nageshwardham, thinking back the arrival of Rama to Ayodhya, has been arranged. 

Boss Minister Yogi Adityanath and Governor Ram Naik are additionally anticipated that would play out the amazing aarti of Saryu stream which will be trailed by a laser appear on the waterway's banks. 

A Ramlila will be arranged by global specialists from Indonesia and Thailand as a major aspect of the Diwali festivities in Ayodhya. In a current visit to Gorakhpur, Yogi Adityanath said that an excellent Diwali program will be held in Ayodhya "in which sadhu-holy people will likewise take an interest". The main clergyman said he will likewise welcome senator to the stupendous festivals. 

The state spending plan displayed by the Yogi government, which rode to control in March this year, made uncommon say of Ayodhya, Varanasi, and Mathura, and allotted Rs 1,240 crore for Ramayan, Buddhist and Krishna circuits in these urban areas.
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