History of Ram Janmabhoomi dispute in Ayodhya

Ayodhya, the city of Lord Rama, has been the work place of thousands of great men. This holy land is very important for Hindus. Lord Rama was born here. This is the Ram Janmabhoomi.


Ram was a historical legend and there is ample evidence of this. According to modern research, Lord Rama was born 7122 years ago i.e. 5114 BC. According to mythological experts, Rama was born about 9,000 years ago (7323 BCE). Navami of Chaitra month is celebrated as Ram Navami.


According to historians, in 1528 Babur’s commander Mir Baki broke the Ram temple in Ayodhya and built the Babri Masjid. Babur was an Ottoman. He established his power by brutally slaughtering Hindus. More than 10 thousand Hindus were killed in his defense while breaking the temple.


This dispute does not belong to 1949 when some people installed the idol under the dome of Babri structure. This dispute is not even that of (1992) when the huge structure destroyed the dismantled structure. In fact, this dispute dates back to 486 years ago (1528 AD), when a temple was demolished and the Babri structure was built. In other words, the origins of the dispute lie in the incident of 1528, while more than 10,000 Hindus were killed.

The verdict is actually about the 1528 incident and not the 1949 or 1992 incident. The events of 1949 and 1992 are just two of the events that took place between the centuries of conflict arising from the 1528 incident, as the dispute is still not over and the court has to decide.


The Ayodhya dispute is not just a dispute over the ownership of a single piece of land. To be fair, it is not even a religious dispute between Hindus and Muslims and it is not even a dispute that originated in 1949, 1984 or 1992. It is a dispute of 1528, when a foreign invader demolished its biggest symbol to crush the cultural identity and pride of this country and replaced it with a symbol of its winning power.


The Government of India should remember that in the year 1994, the Government of India had sworn in the Supreme Court that if ‘it is proved that there was a Hindu worship place or Hindu building before 1528 at the disputed site, the Government of India would be in keeping with Hindu sentiments Will work ‘Similarly, the then Muslim leadership had pledged to the Government of India that once this is proved, the Muslim community voluntarily gave this place to Hindu society Will deliver.


The decision declared by the Lucknow Full Bench of the Allahabad High Court on 30 September 2010 made it clear that the place where Shri Ram Janmabhoomi is situated, where Ramlala sits today, and before 1528 there was a Hindu temple at this place which was broken into three pieces from its rubble. That structure with domes was built.


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