The Ram Mandir Bhumi Pujan of the foundation stone – laying ceremony of the Ram Mandir Janmabhumi , Ayodhya, organized by the Shri Ram Janmabhumi Trust, shall take place on August 5, 2020. The sacred monument dedicated to the Shri Ram in his birthplace is found to be the world’s third-largest temple expected to be about 270 – 280 feet wide, 280-230 feet long and 128 feet high. And as devotees look forward to the outbreaking ceremony of the sacred site.
Ram Mandir Ayodhya Verdict : The Brief History Of The Ram Janmabhumi Dispute And Decisions By The Supreme Court
- The Babri Masjid was destroyed during a political rally, which turned into a riot on 6 December 1992.
- Organizations that supported the construction of the Ram temple organized a Karseva in December 1992, they organized for shramdaan in the construction of the Ram temple, a land title case was later filed in the Allahabad High Court, Whose decision was pronounced on 30 September 2010.
- In the judgment, the three judges Allahabad High Court ruled that Ayodhya’s 2.77 acres (1.12 hectares) of land would be divided into three parts, with 1⁄3 to be represented by Ram Lala or Hindu Mahasabha, 1⁄3 Suhani Waqf Board. And the remaining 1 was to be given to the 3 Nirmohi Arena.
- On November 9, 2019, the Supreme Court, headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, overturned the previous verdict and stated that the land is as per the tax records of the government. It ordered the land to be handed over to a trust for the construction of a Hindu temple. It also ordered the government to give an alternative 5 acres of land to the Sunni Waqf Board to build the mosque.
- Also, the PM announced that 67 acres of land acquired by the government would also be given to the trust.
- The Ayodhya dispute, which was pending in the Supreme Court, was decided by a Bench headed by Chief Justice Rajan Gogoi of five judges on November 8, 2014.
- Under this, the Supreme Court overturned the decision of the High Court by the Shia Waqf Board, And Nirmohi Akhada’s petition was rejected, and the Sunni Waqf Board was not considered an officer to sue.
- Subsequently, the Supreme Court bench unanimously ruled in favor of Ramlala, considering the disputed site as the site of the temple, unanimously 5–0. Under this, the disputed land was considered as Ram Janmabhumi and ordered the government to give 5 acres of land in Ayodhya for the mosque.
Ram Mandir Bhumi pujan Guest List :
List of bigwigs likely to attend the ground-breaking ceremony on Aug 5
- Narendra Modi
- Yogi Adityanath
- Uma Bharti
- Vinay Katiyar
- Sadhvi Ritambhara
- Kalyan Singh
- Jai Bhan Singh Powaiya
- Rajnath Singh (Likely)
- LK Advani (Via Video Conference)
- MM Joshi (Via Video Conference)
- Mohan Bhagwat (RSS Chief)
- Krishna Gopal
- Indresh Kumar
- Yoga Guru Ramdev
- From Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP)
- Alok Kumar, VHP Working President
- Sadashiv Kokje, International President
- Dinesh Chandra, Chief Patron
- Prakash Sharma, Former Bajrang Dal president
- Milind Parande, General Secretary
15 members of ‘Shri Ram Janmabhumi Tirtha Kshetra Trust’
- Mahendra Nritya Gopal Das
- Swami Govind Dev Giri
- Champat rai
- Nripendra Mishra
- K Parasaran
- Swami Vasudevanand Saraswati
- Swami Vishwa Prasanna Tirtha Ji Maharaj
- Yug Purush Parmanand Giri
- Vimalendra Mohan Pratap Mishra
- Anil Mishra
- Kameshwar Chaupal
- Mahant Dinendra Das ji
- Gyanesh Kumar from Ministry of Home Affairs
- Avneesh Awasthi from UP Government
- Anuj Jha, District Magistrate, Ayodhya
The August 5 ceremony will mark the beginning of the temple’s construction.
Latest Ram Mandir Bhumi Pujan News : Ram Mandir bigwings are ready to participate in the long-awaited ceremony as on 5 Aug 2020. According to the latest news and updates Amit Shah would not come after marking a corona patient by the doctors. Rajnath Singh , Murli Manohar and Lal Krishna Advani visit to the ceremony is not sure till now.
Ram mandir bhumi pujan date, time, “Muhurut” LIVE Updates: Sanctioned all the way to protect Ayodhya, Corona infection under SPG’s watch over PM Modi’s arrival
According to the Ram Mandir bhumipujan News and update , On August 5 2020, PM Modi will first start at Saket College at 11.15 am to join the program. He will stay there for more than two hours. The Prime Minister will leave from Ayodhya at 2 pm. On reaching Ayodhya, PM will first go to Hanumangarhi, after which PM Modi will visit Ramlala, after which Bhumipujan will be scheduled.
The arrangement of the stage has also been finalized in Ayodhya regarding PM Modi’s program. Only 5 people will remain on the stage. PM Modi, UP CM Yogi, UP Governor Anandiben Patel, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat, and Mandir Trust President Mahant Nritya Gopal Das will present on the stage.
After this, PM Modi will address the people. In total, PM Modi will leave for Delhi after spending about 2 hours in Ayodhya.
1. The festival will start in Ayodhya today
The festival will start in Ayodhya today. During this Diwali-like atmosphere, lakhs of lamps will be burnt in the city by the administration. Common people will also burn lamps outside their homes.
2. The PM has sanitized the 1 km route, people are being subjected to antigen test
A Helipad has been made in Saket degree college to land PM Modi’s helicopter. From here, PM will go to Ram Mandir janmabhumi Pujan. This distance is about one km. PM Modi will pass through the one-kilometer route, it is also being sanitized. People’s antigen test is being done in that area.
3. Ayodhya fully prepared for Bhumi Poojan
Ayodhya has been fully prepared for the land worship of Ram temple on August 5. From Saryu Beach to Ram’s Paadi, the look has changed. The akhadas, ashrams and temples have been decorated. Saryu beach and Rama’s paadi are illuminated with lamps. At the same time, preparations for the Bhumi Poojan program are going on loudly.
4. Only police personnel below 45 years will remain under PM’s security
To strengthen PM’s security and keep the security cordon corona free, the district administration has selected 200 policemen, who are below 45 years of age. The corona test of all of them has come negative. Only such policemen will remain under PM’s security.
5. Quarantine performed by the chief priest of the Ram temple
There is only two days left in the “Bhumi Pujan” ceremony to be held for the Ram temple in Ayodhya. Earlier, after the assistant priest of Ramlala came to Corona positive, the chief priest who came in contact with him, Satendra Das has been isolated for three days. However, his report has come negative. During this time he will not meet people.
6. Rapid corona test to keep Shri Ram’s birthplace corona free
PM Modi is coming to Ayodhya on 5 August for Ram Mandir bhoompujan. There is an atmosphere of enthusiasm in the whole country including Ayodhya. But keeping the Sri Ram Janmabhumi free from corona infection is a big challenge. Preparations for which are also being made. In this sequence, corona test is being done for every person present in the area of 1 km of Shri Ram Janmabhumi Ayodhya.
How Important Is Ram Mandir Formation For Hindu Community
During the excavation carried out for the construction works for the temple in the Ram Janmabhumi Ayodhya, the remains of Hindu stone sculptures, including a Shivling, broken-idols of Hindu deities, and carved pillars have been found near the site.
India’s Marxist historians have told us many times that Islamic conquerors took control of Hindu temple sites for wealth. However, they have conveniently suppressed the fact that it had a lot to do with Islamic religious zeal.
So, trying to reclaim the ownership over such temples is not an act of conflict. The idea of conflict arises when you are taking what is not yours. In reclaiming the Ram Janmabhumi site in Ayodhya, Hindus are not being greedy or fanatic.
Most secular commentators lapse into the fallacy of moral equivalence. There is no equivalence between one’s aggression and another’s self-respect – regardless of the time period in which such an act is committed.
The reason for rejecting Islamic claims over the Ayodhya temple site cannot be nationalism or religion as proffered by the Hindutva ideologues. It must be intellectual.