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Latest update of Ram mandir and controversial history

By Ravi - January 12, 2024 03:38 PM

Latest update of Ram mandir and controversial history

A grand Ram temple is being constructed at the birthplace of Shri Ram in Ayodhya. Ramlala's consecration program is on 22 January 2024. Not only the country but the whole world is keeping an eye on this occasion. The idol of Ramlala has also been selected. Work is going on day and night to finalize the temple. Apart from Prime Minister Narendra Modi, lakhs of special guests from all over the country are coming to Ayodhya for the Pran Pratistha program. After the completion of the program, common devotees will also be able to visit the grand and historical Ram temple.

History of Ram Mandir

(1528) construction of babri mosque

Babri Masjid was built by the Mughal emperor Commander Mir Baqi. It was Mir Baqi who named this mosque Babri.

(1858) The case reached court for the first time

The case reached court for the first time in 1858. Mahant Raghuvardas filed an appeal in the Faizabad court for permission to build a Ram temple next to the Babri Masjid.

(1949) Ramlala's statue appeared

1949 The statue of Ramlala appeared under the central dome outside the disputed structure. After this people started worshiping at that place.

(1950) Lawsuit for right to worship

1950 Gopal Singh Visharad had filed a case in Faizabad court demanding the right to worship. After this case, Hindus got the right to worship in the temple.

Case for keeping statues in 1950

1950 Paramhans Ramchandra Das filed a case in Faizabad court regarding worship and keeping of idols. This step of Paramhansa gave a new edge to the Ram Temple movement.

1959 lawsuit over disputed site

1959 Nirmohi Akhara filed a suit for possession of the disputed site.

1981 Waqf Board also sued

1981 UP Sunni Waqf Board filed a case regarding possession.

1986 Hindus got permission to worship

February 1, 1986: Local court orders opening of places of worship for Hindus.

1989: Relief to Hindu side from High Court also

August 14, 1989: Allahabad High Court ordered to maintain status quo in the case.

1992 Babri demolition

6 December 1992: The disputed structure was demolished. After this the movement for Ram temple intensified.

2002 The case reached Allahabad High Court.

April 2002: Allahabad High Court started hearing on the ownership rights of the disputed site.

2010 Allahabad High Court decision

September 30, 2010: High Court ruled to divide the disputed site into three equal parts among Sunni Waqf Board, Nirmohi Akhara and Ram Lalla.

2011 'Supreme' stay on High Court's decision

May 9, 2011: The Supreme Court stayed the decision of dividing the Allahabad High Court into three equal parts.

2018 hearing begins in Supreme Court

February 8, 2018: Supreme Court begins hearing on civil appeals.

Formation of constitutional bench 2019

2019: The Supreme Court constituted a five-member Constitution bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi.

2019: Decision reserved after daily hearing

August 6, 2019: Daily hearing on the Ayodhya case started in the Supreme Court and after the completion of the hearing on August 16, 2019, the decision was reserved.

Historic decision on Ram mandir

2019, 09 November: A 5-judge bench of the Supreme Court ruled in favor of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi. The Hindu side got 2.77 acres of disputed land and the Muslim side was ordered to provide 5 acres of land separately for the mosque.

About Ram Mandir Sanctum Sanctorum

  • 20 feet long, 20 feet wide

  • 1000 devotees will be able to stand together in the sanctum sanctorum

  • The wall near the sanctum sanctorum will open on three sides

  • There will be two more gates to enter the temple

  • The area of about 3 KM around the temple will be called Red Zone.

  • Distance from temple to Ayodhya Dham railway station is 1.3 KM.

  • Distance from temple to Maharishi Valmiki Airport is 10 KM.

History of Ayodhya dispute

  • This dispute started 491 years ago

  • It took 206 years for the decision of this dispute to come

  • Constitutional bench of 5 judges gave historic decision

  • Hearing took place in the Supreme Court for 40 consecutive days.

  • 2.77 acres of disputed land given for Ram temple

  • Muslim side will get 5 acres of land separately

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