The expectation of a few years was fulfilled on 05/08/2020. The moment that everyone was waiting for has arrived. Lord Sri Rama Mandir’s Bhoomi Puja was performed on 05/08/2020 to make the whole country proud. This Bhoomi Puja is a testimony of the unity of the Hindus of all that has been taking place for some years with the victory of the Hindus in the ongoing war between Hindus and Muslims so that the world knows all the glory and progress of the country . Ayodhya is the fantastic place where Lord Rama was born, at a time when the desire to build a temple for Lord Rama was brewing in everyone’s mind. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi fulfilled that wish on 05/08/2020.
The controversy that has lasted decades, almost a century, has come to an end today. The seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu is Bhagav Sri Rama. Shri Rama Mandir Bhoomi Puja was celebrated on August 5, 2020 in Ayodhya as the most auspicious day. Ayodhya, the capital of Kosala, is said to have been built more than 9,000 years ago. Ayodhya means invincible. According to some legends, the city was built by Ayuvu, the king of the dynasty of the sun. Ayodhya is a shrine that every Hindu should visit. The kingdom was ruled by a king named Raghuvu and over time the Sun dynasty became known as the Raghu dynasty. Raghuvu’s grandson was Dasharadhu, Dasharadhu’s son was Sri Rama Chandra.
The history of the dispute over the land of Ayodhya:
=> Research has shown that in 1528 Babur demolished the temple at Rama’s birthplace and built a mosque.
=> In 1717, the Rajput Noble Jai Singh bought the land of the mosque and had the idols of Lord Rama erected in front of the mosque.
=> Disputes over the land began between Hindus and Muslims in 1853. In 1859, the British Colonial Administration placed a fence on the site and allowed separate worship.
=> In 1949, both parties filed a court case. The court ruled that the mosque and the hall should be closed and shared space equally.
=> In 1961, the Muslims filed a lawsuit against the Hindus. In 1984, the Hindus started a movement to build a Rama Mandir at Rama’s birthplace, within which a committee was formed. This committee is responsible for overseeing the construction of the Rama Mandir.
=> By order of the district court in 1986, both communities were allowed to open locks and worship. An hour after the verdict, the doors of the temple were opened and the Muslims formed a committee.
=> A flagpole was erected on the Ramayana in 1989, with Interior Minister Boota Singh and Prime Minister N D Tiwari at the seam detailing the design of the Ramayana.
=> In 1990 V P Singh was elected prime minister with the help of the BJP, Radha Yatra started with the ambition to build Ram Mandir but was unexpectedly arrested in Bihar and then Chandra shekar elected prime minister with the help of Congress. Meanwhile, Uttar Pradesh Prime Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav ordered the police to kill the Radha Yatra participants, who were brutally killed with firearms and thrown into the Sarayu River.
=> In the 1991 elections, Kalyan Singh was elected Prime Minister of the BJP. In support of the construction of Ramallah, the area was leased to the “Ram Janmabhoomi Nass Trust”
=> On December 6, 1992, more than two lakh karsevaks (people who provide free services for the benefit of their religion) gathered at the Babri Masjid, sparking unrest in many parts of the country. On December 16, the congressional government established a Liberhan Justice Committee in the wake of P V Narsingh Rao. after 3 months the committee started the investigation
=> In 2001, Whap decided to build a temple. An alleged attack on Hindu volunteers in Ayodhya on February 27, 2002 killed at least 58 people, sparking unrest in the country, killing more than 2,000 people.
=> In 2003, at the request of the Hindus, a committee was set up to determine whether there was a temple under the mosque and the committee presented evidence to the court that there was a temple under the mosque.
=> Uttar Pradesh court rules review of previous order expelling L K Advani for his role in mosque demolition in November 2004.
=> In 2007, the Supreme Court refused to file a review petition on the Ayodhya dispute.
=> The Liberhan Commission submitted its report on June 30, 2009, almost 17 years later, without disclosing its contents.
=> On September 30, 2010, the Allahabad High Court ruled that the Ayodhya land should go to Ram Lalla, the Sunny Wakf Board and Nirmohi Akshara, who represents the Hindu Mahasabha, to divide the land into three parts. The All India Hindu Mahasabha and Sunny Wakf appealed to the Supreme Court in December challenging part of the verdict.
=> On May 9, 2011, the Supreme Court stayed the Allahabad High Court judgment and ordered that the status quo be maintained.
=> On August 6, 2019, a five-judge constitutional tribunal headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi opened the final hearing in the case. Judgment was reserved after the trial ended on October 16.
=> On November 9, the Supreme Court ruled that the Rama temple should be built and the land handed over to the trust. The government has directed the Sunni Wakf Board to hand over 5 acres of land within the city limits of Ayodhya.