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Introduction:

Ayodhya the city of our lord Ram has been one of the most popular cities in recent history, According to Hindu Dharma, there are 4 yugas and in all yugas lord Vishnu incarnates to destroy the evil. So, in Treta Yug Lord Ram bore into this city in the kingdom of lord Dasharath to destroy the negativity and fear spread by Ravana the Demon King. He incarnated for a purpose and by Killing Ravana he fulfilled his purpose, Lord Ram set an example for other kings about how a king should rule. After Fulfilling his purpose Lord Ram took Jal Samadhi. In Kaliyuga people used to worship him from recent times but many foreign invaders tried to erase Hindu religion that is why they tried to demolish Hindu Temples. In this sequence Babar a king of Dilli Saltanat demolished Ayodhya Ram mandir and built Babari Masjid at the place of Ram Mandir. In this article we will focus on the incidents and upcoming inauguration of Ayodhya Ram Mandir.


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Ayodhya Ram Mandir:

It is believed that lord Ram was born before 5114 bc and Ram Navami is celebrated on the day of Navami on Chaitra Maas. Ayodhya city had been established by Vaivaswat Manu the ancestor of lord Ram. After the Jal Samadhi of lord Ram, the beauty of this city (Ayodhya) started decreasing then Kush Son of the lord Ram renovated Ayodhya. Before 100 bc Emperor Vikramaditya reached Ayodhya during his hunt. After that hunt he became tired and layed beneath a mango tree on the bank of Saryu River. He saw a miraculous dream then he knew about Ram’s Presence in that city in past that’s why he renovated this city. After Vikramaditya, Pushyamitra the first ruler of shunga dynasty renovated this temple. It is believed that Ayodhya was the capital of Gupta dynasty. In 14th century, an invader name Babar from Mughal dynasty asked his Senapati Meer Baki to demolish our beautiful temple and built Babari Masjid that remained till 6 December 1992. On 6th December 1992, more than 1 lacks Hindu people demolished Babari Masjid, after that demolition a civil war took place in India between Hindu and Muslims and lots of people were killed. In 1950, 2 applications were filed in civil court of Faizabad, one for the permission of worship of Ramlala and second for the permission to keep his idol. After years of legal deliberation, the Supreme Court of India, on 9th Nov, 2019, A bench of 5 judges delivered historic verdict on the Ayodhya dispute where 2.77 acre land had been given to Hindu side at the same place and an alternate piece of 5 acre land for the construction of a mosque to the Muslim side. On 25th March 2020, after 28 years Ramlala idol had been shifted into a fibre temple from tent. Now A beautiful temple of our lord Ram is ready, On 22nd January 2024, The Pran Pratishtha ceremony of Ayodhya Ram Mandir will be performed, and the temple will be opened for everyone.


Conclusion:  

The Ayodhya Ram Mandir stands as a symbol of India's resilience, celebrating its rich cultural and religious heritage. The construction of the temple has not only resolved a longstanding dispute but has also paved the way for a more inclusive and harmonious society. As the nation moves forward, the Ayodhya Ram Mandir serves as a beacon of unity, reminding us of all the importance of coexistence and understanding in the diverse tapestry of India's cultural landscape. The Ayodhya Ram Mandir is not only a place of worship but also a major tourist attraction. Pilgrims and visitors from around the world are drawn to the temple, eager to witness the architectural marvel and experience the spiritual aura that surrounds the sacred site.

 

 

 

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