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India’s first 4D ‘Laxmi Narayan’ temple unveiled by Colors in Delhi

New Delhi, April 23 (UNI) In a groundbreaking fusion of ancient spirituality and modern technology, Colours, a leading television network, has introduced India’s inaugural 4D interactive temple dedicated to the divine couple, Lord Narayan and Goddess Laxmi.
Situated prominently in the heart of Delhi, this architectural marvel has garnered immense praise for its innovative approach to religious worship.
Standing at an impressive 12 feet tall, the ‘Laxmi Narayan’ temple offers devotees an unparalleled opportunity for divine darshan, transcending traditional boundaries of engagement. With its immersive 4D experience, visitors are transported into the presence of the revered deities, fostering a deep connection with spirituality.
Installed at strategic locations including Lajpat Nagar, Birla Mandir, Pracheen Shiv Mandir, and Pracheen Hanuman Mandir, the temple has become a focal point for spiritual seekers, particularly drawing crowds during the recent Hanuman Jayanti celebrations.
Accompanying this architectural marvel is Colours’ mythological masterpiece, also titled ‘Laxmi Narayan’, which premiered on April 22nd. Airing every Monday to Friday at 10:00 p.m., the show explores themes of abundance, balance, and the enduring bond between Lord Narayan and Goddess Laxmi. With stellar performances by Srikant Dwivedi and Shivya Pathania in the lead roles, the series promises to captivate audiences with its grand sets and cutting-edge visual effects.
Noted actor Tarun Khanna, essaying the role of Indra in the series, shared his profound impressions of the temple, describing it as a “marvel” that seamlessly integrates ancient heritage with modern innovation. He emphasised the palpable sense of spiritual solace experienced by devotees, recounting poignant moments of devotion witnessed during his visit.
Reflecting on the overwhelming response to his previous show, ‘Shiv Shakti’, Khanna expressed hope that ‘Laxmi Narayan’ would similarly resonate with audiences nationwide, fostering a renewed era of devotion and spiritual exploration.
For viewers eager to partake in this divine journey, ‘Laxmi Narayan’ airs exclusively on Colours, offering an enriching blend of mythology, technology, and timeless wisdom.
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