Dipak Nandi M.D Speaking on Ram Janma Bhoomi Inauguration in Times Square New York City on 5th August 2020

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A beginning of modern India and a proud moment for every Indian today, Ram Janma Bhoomi Inauguration is a milestone moment in the long history of the Ram janma bhoomi movement for decades, observed Dipak Nandi, M.D. who has been a pioneer in the field of healthcare outsourcing and telehealth solutions.

Dipak Nandi M.D Speaking on Ram Janma Bhoomi Inauguration in Times Square NY City on 5th August 2020

With the historic Bhoomi Pujan and beginning of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya, it’s the beginning or start of modern India and a moment of pride and honor for every Indian today, observed Dipak Nandi, M.D. who has been a pioneer in the field of healthcare outsourcing and telehealth solutions.

Recipient of several entrepreneurial awards, DR. Nandi, a proud member of the prestigious AIIMS alumni and a board certified psychiatrist; today has been involved across The United States and India with key strategic initiatives in healthcare services like medical billing and telemedicine.

Being a firm believer in outsourcing, DR Nandi, has been the Managing Partner of Customer-First IT solutions provider, an India based managed healthcare service provider. In fact, GoTelecare, a leading edge solution provider of cutting edge telemedicine and medical billing services under one roof is one of his visions for a seamless billing solution.

Along with being the member of the United States India Business Council (USIBC) he is also the member of the Board of Directors for the Nargis Dutt Memorial Foundation, primarily for Oncology treatment in the Indian subcontinent.    

Marking a milestone moment in the long history of the Ram janma bhoomi movement for decades Dipak Nandi, M.D on Ram Janma Bhoomi Inauguration in Times Square NY City on the 5th of August 2020 says:

"Lord Rama, in the words of Swami Vivekananda, is “the embodiment of truth, of morality, the ideal son, the ideal husband and above all, the ideal king”. He is a symbol of the victory of right over the evil. Lord Rama characterizes how a man should fulfill his moral commitments and should strictly follow his limits so that social order can be maintained. It is precisely due to this fact, he is known as “Marayada Puroshattam” or “The man of limits”.

As per Ramayana, Lord Rama's birthplace is on the banks of the “Sarayu” river in a city called "Ayodhya”, which became known as Ram Janma bhoomi or Ram's birthplace. Rama is 7th avatar or incarnation of Lord Vishnu, one of his most popular incarnations along with Lord Krishna, Parashurama and Gautama Buddha.

Today, August 5th, carved out its place in history as soon as Prime Minister Narendra Modi performed the Bhoomi Puja. It is important to note for today’s generation, that Ramayana is not just a story which happened long ago; it has a philosophical, spiritual significance and a deep truth in it.

The words ‘rays’ and ‘radiance’ come from the Sanskrit root word ‘ra’. ‘Ra’ means light, ‘Ma’ means within me, in my heart. So, Rama means the light within me. That which is radiant in every particle of the being is Rama.

Rama was born to King Dasharath and Queen Kousalya. Dasharath means ‘Ten Chariots’. The ten chariots symbolize the five sense organs and five organs of action. Kousalya means ‘skill’. The skillful rider of the ten chariots can give birth to Ram. When the ten are used skillfully, radiance is born within.

Rama was born in Ayodhya. Ayodhya means ‘a place where no war can happen’. When there is no conflict in our mind, then only the radiance can dawn.

It is said that the Ramayana is happening in your own body.

Your soul is Rama, your mind is Sita, your breath or life (prana) is Hanuman, your awareness is Laxmana and your ego is Ravana. When the mind (Sita) was stolen by Ravana (ego) then the soul (Rama) got restless. Now the soul (Rama) cannot reach the mind (Sita) on its own, it has to take the help of the breath, the prana, that is Hanuman. With the help of the prana (Hanuman), the mind (Sita) got reunited with the soul (Rama), and the ego (Ravana) vanished!

Jai Shri Raam!"

Hoping that the construction will bring unity and harmony in the country, it is a joyous occasion for many Indians today. In fact, the Ram temple today is only the result of people’s perseverance and belief of this day being possible.

In fact, it’s time that we must all come together, work together, and work for everyone's benefit. We need 'Sabka Saath, Sabka Vishwas' to ensure 'Sabka Vikas'.

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