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I recently visited Ayodhya. There I read in a compilation about Ayodhya, that during the revolt/freedom struggle in 1857, the leader of Muslims fighting British persuaded Muslims of that area to hand over the birth place of Ram to Hindus as that place belonged to their God incarnate. Moreover Hindus are fighting the British after declaring Bahadur Shah Jafar as their Emperor. Unfortunately this leader and the leader of Hindus were hanged by the British in Ayodhya. Is there any flaw in the argumant? If not what should be the next step?

Asked by SATYAPRAKASH AGRAWAL, 13 Apr '09 12:02 pm
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British policy of divide and rule has been carried forward by the post independent Govt. who never wanted Muslims to go hand in hand with Hindus as they wanted to\' Rule \' not govern the country . Hatred generated in the process damaged the unique culture of peaceful coexistence which was so painstakingly nurtured by the saints ,fakirs and sufis working together .There was no flaw in their understanding to permit construction of Ram temple.Interestingly the very party which during its regime permitted laying of foundation stone of the temple (During prime ministership of Mr Rajiv Gandhi ) now calls it a communal demand as Muslims voters alienated from them in the next polls on this issue only .Issue can ,in my opinion be sorted out amicably if politics is not involved .
Answered by yogesh chandra sharma, 13 Apr '09 12:56 pm

 
  
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Our Hindu brothers can become more generous and hand over the site to Muslims as it was before. A temple nearby can be constructed as well to keep harmony among all. Or else only judiciary can decide.
Answered by fast tracker, 13 Apr '09 06:14 pm

 
  
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As learned yogesh chandra sharma jee said matters can be decided with dialogue . If no solution comes then in democratic practice it is decided in courts but never by frenzied mobs by killing people in name of their Religion
Answered by misconception, 13 Apr '09 02:34 pm

 
  
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