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The savior of the land of ayodha

He saved life on earth from the great deluge with the blessings and help of Bhagwan Matsyavatar. The birthplace was marked by temples of different ages as when the old ones got ruined by vagaries of nature including the Sarayu floods new ones came up to mark the site.

According to experts, the pre-Babri temple was from the Gahadwal period.

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The invaders could not overrun the temple and blast it by canons before 176,000 lion-heart Ram devotees had sacrificed their lives to save their most celebrated temple. At that time Pt.

Nayyar from Kerala was the District Magistrate of Faizabad. PC, appointed Sri Priya Dutt Ram as a Receiver and entrusted the site to his care and ordered to lock the gates, but allowed a Priest to go inside the structure and perform regular worship and rituals twice a day. The devotees were allowed only up to the locked gate.

The Yatra had, however, to be withdrawn for a year due to unfortunate developments in the country that year. Sompura modeled the present Somnath Temple and the family modeled many other Nagar style temples. Sompuraji also prepared a wooden model of the Sri Rama Janma Bhumi temple. The first brick was consecrated at Sri Badrinath Dham.

Man who once claimed Taj Mahal, now eyes disputed Ayodhya land

An estimated 60 million people participated in the programme. The Jyoti reached every Hindu home across the country and all celebrated Deepawali with this Jyoti. Government headed by Sri Mulayam Singh and a saffron flag was hoisted atop the disputed structure. CM Mulayam Singh resigned. Millions of people reached for Kar Seva and the world knows the fate of the Babri structure. The epigraphists deciphered it to be an inscription of 20 lines written in Sanskrit of 12th Century CE.

The 15th, 17th and the 19th lines speak about the details of the grand temple and the king who built it. About 250 Hindu artifacts were also found from the rubble, that are presently under the control of the Court.

Approximately 67 acres of land was acquired by an ordinance by the then Central Government headed by Sri P. Narasimha Rao in the name of safeguarding Sri Ram Lala. This ordinance was approved by the Parliament through an Act on January 07, 1993. Permission was granted on 1. Since then the nonstop Darshan-Pooja has been going on.

The Supreme Court said: The Lucknow Bench of Allahabad High Court would decide the title of the disputed site and answer the special reference made by the President. Oral evidences began to be recorded. The expert mentioned in his report the existence of a huge structure extending over a large area underneath the demolished structure scientifically proving the savior of the land of ayodha that the Babri structure was not built on a virgin land as was claimed by Muslims in their civil suit filed in December 1961 before the Civil Judge of Faizabad.

The expert also gave his opinion to verify the GPRS report through scientific excavation. The excavation was conducted in the presence of two observers appointed by the Court two Additional District Judges of Faizabad. Minute to minute videography and still photography of excavation were done by the ASI.

The excavation was eye-opening. So many walls, floors, two rows of pillar-bases at 50 equidistant places were found. A Shiva temple was also seen. Although all evidence is in favour of the Hindu claim that the Babri structure was superimposed on the Sri Rama Janma Bhumi site after demolishing the temple that marked the site, still nobody can predict about the judgment.

It is obvious that the judgment will create unrest in one party and its followers in the populace. This party may challenge the High Court verdict in the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court, however, may or may not take notice of it. In any case, every Indian citizen knows the fate of the Supreme Court judgment in Shahbano case.

The ball, thus, may finally be in the court of the Parliament of India as we have always been demanding that the Parliament should pass a law and handover the Sri Rama Janma Bhumi to the Hindu society. The third illustration in the said volume the savior of the land of ayodha that of Lord Ram and comrades returning to Ayodhya riding the aerial vehicle Pushpak Viman after his victory in Lanka.

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