November 9, 2019 was the day when Supreme Court delivered the judgment in the most intense case and allowed Hindus to build the home for Prabhu Ram. Along with Millions of devotees, I’m also eagerly waiting for the construction of Ram Mandir. On August 5, 2020 the construction work will start with Bhumi Poojan.

There are several reasons behind my eagerness.

1. Construction of a Grand Temple

First of all, I’m happy because the Temple is being constructed on the most auspicious place – “Shri Ram Janmbhoomi”. It revitalizes the Importance and Glory of that place. As of now, UP doesn’t have any Grand Temple, which holds a great religious value. However, Prem Mandir in Vrindavan is mesmerizing but that temple doesn’t have historical importance. Krishna Janmabhoomi site is still captured over by a Mosque, same is with Kashi Vishwanath Temple. These three sacred places are Pilgrimage of Hindus, all three were captured by a Mosque over them but now one of them is Free. So this will be the first of it’s kind of Temple. This will bring back the glory of Northern India.

2. Phobia among Hindus regarding Grandeur

Pakistani Hindu refugees secretly worship the posters and images of Gods, they keep their Home Temples hidden. Years and years of persecution for just being Hindu has affected their mind so deep that they can’t afford to worship Murtis openly with whatever courage is left in them. Same is with Indian Hindus, even they are living in a Hindu majority country but still they fear. Islamic rule, Christian rule and after that ‘Betrayal of Secular Policies’ of Independent India have made Indian Hindus worship only in Home Temples. A Grand Temple in Ayodhya will mark the start of decrease of this phobia.

Ram Mandir is the symbol of struggle of 500 Years. Hundreds of RamBhakts have lost lives while fighting for it. They have finally got Justice. ‘Faith of a Billion Hindus’ won the test of Judiciary on 9 Nov 2019.

3. Legal Hope to Reclaim Temples

Ram Mandir is being constructed after a massive Legal Fight. As early as in 1850s, the case was filed in Faizabad district court to reclaim Mandir and almost 160 years later Hindus got justice. This verdict is a hope for Hindus to reclaim hundreds/thousands of Temples which are beneath mosques in present time. Mosque in qutub minar complex was built after demolition of 27 temples; Adhai din ka jhopda was built over a Sanskrit college. SitaRam Goel has named hundreds of such examples in his book ‘Hindu Temples : What happened to them’.

However, Places of Worship Act (1991) is the biggest hurdle in reclaiming our Temples back. Section 4 of this act prohibits judicial remedy in case of any temple except Ram Mandir. This law can be abrogated by parliament. 

A Hindu organisation, ‘Vishwa Bhadra Pujari Purohit Mahasangh’ has moved to Supreme Court to challenge this act and to declare it as unconstitutional.

4. The Rise of True History of India

This temple will be the symbol of fight, struggle that Hindus had to go through. In 1990s, the evidences of Mandir underneath mosque were hid by leftist Distorians ( historians who distort history ). As archeologist KK Muhammad said – ‘Leftist Distorians’ (e.g. Romila Thapar, DN Jha, Irfan Habib etc.) had manipulated the history by saying that there was no temple  demolished to construct mosque over that. This Mandir will be the symbol of their defeat, the defeat of their anti-Hindu strategies. Ram Mandir will bring the true history of India back to the public discourse and this will dismantle the empire of leftist distorians where they easily distort the true history of India and glorify the Invaders.

Last time when RamLalla was sitting in His house, Raja KrishnaDev Raya was ruling in Southern India ( VijayNagara Empire ). The wait has been THAT long.

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5. Stopping the Glorification of Invaders

Every road, every city, railway station named after muslim invaders; every monument related to them, symbolizes the Loot, Rapes, Slavery, Massacres of Hindus and Demolition of Countless Temples by them. There are countless examples of this heinous phenomena. e.g. –

  • Aurangzeb Road in Delhi. He killed thousands of Hindus and demolished hundreds of Temples (Kashi Vishwanath and Krishna Janmbhoomi are two most important among them ) but that road gives respect to him and disrespects the entire Hindu Community. We have roads commemorating the invader but not named after Maharani Ahilyabai Holkar, who reconstructed many demolished temples, Kashi Vishwanath is one of them.
  • A railway station is named after Bakhtiyar Khilji in Bihar. He had burnt Nalanda University around 1200AD. This is the dichotomy that Great Mathematician Aryabhatta is not honored by renaming anything but the Islamic Invader who burnt the Millions of books of University is honored.

Babri Masjid was a symbol of Tyranny and Islamic Barbarity on Hindus, which has been eliminated now. I see the construction of Ram Mandir as a start for reclaiming the Lost Glory of Sanatana Dharma and stopping the glorification of Invaders.

6. Renaissance of Ram Bhakti

This Mandir at the birthplace of Ram Bhagwan will begin a new era in Ram Bhakti. In the 16th century, when Kavi Tulsidas wrote “Shri Ram Charit Maanas”, there was a whole new phase in Ram Bhakti. Ramayan reached into every home in their local language. Since last five centuries Northern India was devoid of the epicenter of this Bhakti. Ram Mandir will be that epicenter. Devotees will draw the essence of Bhakti with utmost holiness from now on. TV Ramayan, composed by Ramanand Sagar in late 1980s and it’s replay in 2020 has created an environment of Ram Bhakti. Political patronage has increased the enthusiasm of devotees and the construction of Mandir will be the final step to establish Ram Bhakti properly.

Ram Mandir will be the first temple of it’s kind. This will be the first temple out of thousands such, which will stand freely with it’s own Glory, not crushed under any mosque. I see Ram Mandir as the “First Victory in Reclaiming Temples” as well.

We should celebrate 9th November as “Shri Ram JanmBhoomi Diwas” as suggested by supreme court lawyer J Sai Deepak.

जय श्री राम !

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