[Watch] Kerala Governor Arif Mohammad Khan Visits Ayodhya Temple, Bows Before Ram Lalla

New Delhi: Kerala Governor Arif Mohammad Khan visited the Ram Temple in Ayodhya on Wednesday. The Kerala Raj Bhawan posted a video of Khan paying obeisance at the temple, where he can be seen bowing before the deity as chants of ‘Jai Shree Ram’ echo in the background.

Later, talking to reporters, the Governor said he visited Ayodhya twice in January and worshipping Lord Ram is a matter of pride to him.

“I came to Ayodhya twice in January. The feeling at that time is the same even today. I have come to Ayodhya many times. It is not just a matter of happiness for us, instead, it is a matter of pride, that coming to Ayodhya and worshipping Shriram,” he said.

Khan last week said imbibing vedic education in our conduct is the best way to propagate vedic education and added that the world would learn lessons from it. Asserting “all our constitutional ideals are rooted in our traditions”, Khan said, “But we believe that these have come from the West as we know little about our culture and heritage.”

The governor said our ethos is not “tolerance” but acceptance and respect. Last year, he quoted Sir Syed Ahmed Khan, a reformer-educationalist and founder of the Aligarh Muslim University, and said “You must call me a Hindu”, News18 reported.

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