Under the Babri Masjid, there was no royal temple, small mosque
Published : Wednesday, 3 July, 2019 at 6:07 PM
Babri Masjid, one of the religious figures of Muslims, was founded in 1528-29 in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh, India, according to Mughal emperor Babur. The mosque, which was built in the name of a person named Mir Baki, was also named after Emperor Babar. Later, a section of India's hardliner extremist Hindus claimed that the place where the Babri Mosque was built was the holy birthplace of Ram Avatar. The Babri Mosque was demolished by the Ram temple which was built there. The debate over the last few centuries has also influenced Indian politics at one stage. In 1885, it was rejected if Hindu religious organizations were supposed to build a temple in honor of Deva Rama in the premises of the mosque. In 1949, a group of Hindu mosques entered the premises and installed an image of Rama. But it is not locked away. Apart from this, a Hindu religious teacher was given the responsibility of maintenance. In 1986, the district administration of Faizabad opened the mosque premises for the religious rituals of the Hindus. After this, the situation was quite peaceful until 1992. But on December 6, 1992, the historic Babri Masjid was demolished in support of Shivsena, Vishwa Hindu Parishad and the ruling BJP. At the same time, at least two thousand people were killed in riots in Mumbai and Delhi only. It is said that there was never such a big internal riot in India's history. The original truth came out in an interview given by two Indian archaeologists on 7 December, 2018. In an interview with the Huffington Post, archaeologist Supriya Verma and Jaya Menon claimed that the Ram temple had no existence under the Babri Masjid. The archaeological archaeologist (ASI) of India gave false information about spreading the riots in Hindu-Muslim riots. In the interview on the occasion of the 26th anniversary of the demolition of Babri mosque, they said there was no evidence of Rammandir's stay there. However, in 2003, the Indian Department of Archeology, excavation below the Babri Masjid, told Allahabad High Court that they had got the existence of three Ram Mandir under the mosque. Immediately after this, the hardline Hindutvaists became more tuned. But the information provided by the ASI was a mistake that showed the two archaeologists of India Professor Supriya Verma of the Department of Archeology at Jawaharlal Nehru University and Menon Shiv Sunni, head of the history department of Nader University, released their observation report in 2010 in an article in Economic and Political Week by digging under the Babri Masjid. Supriya Verma said in an interview with Huffington Post in about 8 years in the past about 8 years, last year, that when the BJP government was in power in India, we had to undergo pressure to run the excavation. The BJP and hardliners did not want it to be properly monitored. We were being forced to say that the Ram temple had existed under Babri Masjid. In that interview, Supriya Verma also claimed that the existence of the old mosque was not found inside the Babri Masjid. Its west side walls, 50 pillars and architectures are a big proof of this. If you see the walls on the west side, then anyone who understands that prayers will be read here. The inner structure was not like the temple, it was like a mosque.