Image Of Lord Rama Projected on Burj Khalifa? Fact-Check 

A photoshopped picture of Lord Shri Rama on the Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world, has gone viral, purporting to show Lord Rama’s image being illuminated up on the Burj Khalifa on the occasion of  Pran Pratishtha in Ayodhya.

Verified accounts on twitter, including @mainRiniti shared the image of Lord Shiri Rama on the tallest building, Burj Khalifa and tweeted “Jai Shri Ram has also been written on Burj Khalifa of Dubai, Yavon, when will you say Jai Shri Ram? Jai Shri Ram” on Jan 22, 2024. The tweet has received an about 13.9k views on X.

Several accounts, including @RealBababanaras, @raviagrawal3, @ThanthiTV also made the same claim that Lord Rama’s image was illuminated on the Burj Khalifa on the occasion of Pran Pratishtha in Ayodhya. The archive can be read from above.

What is the Actual Truth About this Incident? : Fact

The truth is that this picture is entirely digitally altered and unrelated to reality. The Burj Khalifa’s official website and social media accounts did not contain any such image. This image was created by a user known for Photoshop/editing. Similar allegations were made during Ram Navami in March of the previous year.

Krishna (“@Atheist_Krishna“) is the original creator of this photoshopped image who is well known for photoshopping/ editing. He tweeted the picture with the caption “Haters will say this is photoshopped.” on Jan 22, 2024.

We also visited the official Instagram account of Burj Khalifa and did not found any such related post.

D-Intent’s Fact-Checking Results:

Intent:

Influencers are circulating digitally altered image of Lord Shri Rama with false claims to get the spotlight on social media. A photoshopped image featuring Lord Shri Rama on the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, has been shared, claiming that Lord Rama’s image was illuminated on the Burj Khalifa on the occasion of Pran Pratishtha in Ayodhya. This image has nothing to do with reality; it is a digitally altered image. A similar image could not be located on the Burj Khalifa’s official website or social media pages. Someone well-known for their Photoshop/editing skills produced this image. During Ram Navami in March of last year, similar claims made their rounds.

Conclusion:

Fact : In actuality, this digitally altered image is unrelated to reality. The Burj Khalifa’s official website and social media accounts did not contain this image. The person who created this image is well-known for their Photoshop and editing skills. Comparable allegations were made during Ram Navami in March of the previous year.

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