The Untold Story Of Ram Janam Bhumi [Ayodhya]

January 22, 2024, is the day for which millions of Sanatani families of India and families from many countries around the world are waiting for Ram Janam Bhumi

January 22, 2024, is the day for which millions of Sanatani families of India and families from many countries around the world are waiting for Ram Janam bhumi, a day which perhaps no one had imagined that this day would come so soon in everyone’s life. A day for which many generations have lost their lives, so let us know in detail what is this day for which so many people are waiting and why after almost 500 years this day is celebrated all over the world including India like Diwali.

Ram Janam Bhumi
Ram Mandir Construction

So on January 22, 2024, the temple of Lord Shri Ram will be consecrated in Ayodhya City of the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. This is a day that has been awaited for almost 500 years, this day has been awaited since the 16th century. Even in the 16th century, there were people who wanted to see the temple of Lord Shri Ram in Ayodhya, the birthplace of Shri Ram. First of all, in the 18th century, people approached the court to get this Ram Janam bhumi for building a temple. Not only this, 140-150 years ago, there were some people who even lost their lives in this fight, but when today This temple has been completed, those people are not among us today. Let us know what is the truth of this fight.

The temple was built by Kush, the son of Lord Shri Ram and if we talk about Ayodhya only, there are more than 3000 temples of Sita Ram in it, out of which King Vikramaditya of Ujjain had repaired the dilapidated temples in the 5th century BC. After which, 492 years ago when Babar reached Ayodhya in 1528, on his order, his commander Mirbanki demolished this temple and built a mosque in its place, which was later known as Babri Masjid.

Ram Janam Bhumi
Flag Hoisted on Structure

There was no discussion about it in the open till 190 years later because in those days India was ruled by the Mughals. Then after 190 years in the year 1718, King Jai Singh II of Jaipur tried to take the land around the mosque for Hindus. When Raja Jai Singh was not successful in this, he built a platform for Lord Ram near the mosque so that Hindus could worship Lord Ram. After that, in the year 1813, Hindus first complained that Babar had constructed a mosque after demolishing the temple on the birthplace of Lord Shri Ram. Montgomery Martin, a British surveyor, also first mentioned the mosque in a book in 1838.

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The book cites passages that record that there were non-Muslim paintings on the pillars of the mosque, which may have been taken from the temple. After which worship along with namaz began to be held on the disputed land. For the first time, violence took place over ayodhya ram mandir in 1853 during the reign of Nawab Wajid Ali Shah of Awadh, despite this, Hindus and Muslims continued worshiping together on this land till 1855. But in 1855, Hindus were barred from entering and they were prevented from worshipping. After which the Hindus started worshiping again on the platform built by King Jai Singh II then after 30 years in 1885, this case reached the court for the first time.

Then after 49 years, in 1934, there were again riots between Hindus and Muslims over this dispute, in which a wall of the mosque collapsed, the wall is rebuilt by the government of that time, but due to the riots, Nawaz prayer in the mosque is also stopped. Later on the 23rd of December in 1949, the sound of bells came from the structure of the Masjid, when people went and saw it, it was the idol of Lord Shri Ram, after which the lattice gates were installed but the request to worship was refused. After that, for about 35 years, both the Muslim party and the Hindu party tried to hand over the land to them through court, but no result was achieved.

Ram Janam Bhumi
Ram Janam bhumi Rath Yatra

In 1990 when Lal Krishna Advani was arrested during a Ram Janam bhumi Rath Yatra, the flag was hoisted on this structure by Hindus on the last day of the Rath Yatra. After which violence erupts and to control the crowd, Mulayam Sarkar opens fire on the car servants, due to which many servants die. Then in December 1992, after the collapse of all three domes of this structure, violence erupted again further in which about 1000 people lost their lives and President’s rule was imposed in the state.

After some time when the BJP came to power in the 90s, following the order of Supreme Court, ASI was ordered to survey this land. In which, according to the report of ASI in 2003, it is known that after examining the remains of the place where the mosque was built, evidence of the existence of a temple was found. After this, the court gave this land in one-third share to Ram Janam bhumi, Nirmohi Akhara, and Sunni Waqf Board, but all the three parties did not agree to this agreement. In 2011 this matter again reached the Supreme Court but there remained silence on this matter for 7 years.

Ram Janam Bhumi
Ram Janam bhumi- Ayodhya Dham

Then in August 2019, after hearing all the parties, this court of 5 benches Judges gave its verdict in November 2019 that this land belongs to Ram Janmabhoomi and it is given to them. After which the construction of this temple is started after the establishment of the trust on 5th February 2020. After a wait of 492 years from 1528, January 22, 2024, is the day of the consecration of this Ram Janam bhumi for which many generations lost their lives.

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