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August 5: An Historical Political day| Ram Mandir

Symbol of fate, victory or controversies and disputes..

Ram Janmabhoomi or Lord Ram’s birthplace is believed to be in Ayodhya from the epic Ramayana. Lord Rama is not only our Hindu God, believed to be the seventh avatar of Lord Vishnu but his name is constantly taken for the religious perspective in the political world. Very few people know that Ayodhya was the capital of Kosala in Buddhist time ( 5th – 6th BCE)

History of Ram Janmabhoomi:

I will mention in crux about the history of this sacred place as we all know about it since our childhood.

In 1528, the then Mughal emperor Babar built a mosque in this disputed land. It is claimed that there was a Hindu temple of Lord Rama so the Mughals demolished it. History had it that many temples were demolished by many foreign rulers who ruled our country.

In 1853, some people claimed that the Babri Masjid stands on the exact place of Lord Ram’s birthplace. That led to several riots and Britishers played the divide and rule policy very well then. Later, a decision was taken that the Muslims will pray inside the mosque and Hindus will worship outside the same.

After Independence, in 1949 idols of Lord Rama were found in the mosque. On which, Hindus claimed that Lord Rama manifested, on the contrary, Muslims blamed that someone kept the idols intentionally a day before. The government then sealed the disputed place to avoid unrests, riots and violence.

West Bengal governor celebrated 5th August

On 6th December 1992, supporters and political activists of BJP, shivsena and other Hindu political organisations destroyed the disputed building in the rally which resulted in several riots. Time to time, India has witnessed violence and turmoil regarding the land.

On 9th November 2019, the Supreme Court announced the verdict stating that the land belongs to the Government based on the taxes records and ordered to build a Hindu temple.

Then came August 5, 2020, which embarks as one of the most important dates in Indian political history of the BJP RSS ideological agenda.

Many of us support the Modi government, some oppose and there are a few who are neutral but being a Hindu I am very much pleased that this is a great decision taken by the government, not just because of political reasons but also it’s how you save Hinduism, 100-200 years from now people will remember this history and the temple.

Modi government has played some masterstrokes like the changes in Jammu and Kashmir as well.

Transitions and Evolution of India

28 years ago when the mosque was brought down, most of them never even thought about a temple would be built, many said it’s injustice, other institutions claimed to rebuild a mosque and punish those were involved in breaking it down.

Today, if we see, no one has opposed it, not even the opposition parties, secularists and in fact everyone has welcomed the decision. Even a few of my Muslim friends are also pleased with the reincarnation of the temple wholeheartedly.

The only opposition leader who has opposed the decision of the Supreme Court to construct a temple is AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi. However, apart from that we found the entire nation to be united for the national project.

However, a post went viral claiming that Kerala government imposed a blackout barring the locals to watch the live telecast of Bhoomi pujan Ceremony.

I did check her account, she is quite active on social media and tweets almost every hour. She has, however, claimed West Bengal is also facing the same issue.

As I have mentioned several times in my blogs that we have an enormous and vast abundance of keyboard warriors who simply post anything just to get views and likes. Media houses later found the post to be misleading.

So has Ram Mandir polarized national politics and are we heading towards a communist government or dictatorship?

Because we are a Democratic country we know that politics cannot just be polarized.

Social distancing was violated

The question that arises in my mind, are we going to worship Modi as God?

Because he already has a huge fan base, many out of those are willing to worship him.

The downfall of Congress party because of the cell less torchbearer somehow makes us realise the hollowness and absence of a strong opposition party.

Genuine democracies do not have party-less democracies and genuine democracies do not have an ideology-less democracy.

Shekhar Gupta

Nevertheless, I came across an article, the headline just grabbed my eyeball:

At Ayodhya Bhoomi Pujan, Modi Became All-in-One; Proper Rituals Not Followed, Allege Pundits

The Wire

The article claimed that a prime minister can attend such type of ceremony as a chief guest, while the rituals should have been followed by the religious administrators.

Shankaracharya’s were absent during the pooja. We all know India is now governed by one man. It’s not a team, party or group anymore. He takes his own decision and we are his followers.

Personally, I didn’t like this picture.

Are we blind followers?

Nevertheless, the entire world celebrated the D-Day, even temples all across the US organised special events.

I am just a normal Indian citizen, I don’t support any political party as such, neither I am secular. I am simply a neutral person who simply observes the changes and behaviour within the society.

I simply raised a few questions and I would love it if you can share your views on the same.

Source:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ayodhya_dispute

https://www.britannica.com/place/Ayodhya

https://www.indiatoday.in/amp/fact-check/story/fact-check-did-communist-government-in-kerala-impose-a-blackout-on-august-5-1708807-2020-08-07

https://www.indiatoday.in/amp/india/story/indian-americans-to-celebrate-ram-mandir-bhoomi-pujan-on-august-5-1707619-2020-08-04

https://www.google.com/amp/s/m.thewire.in/article/politics/ayodhya-bhoomi-pujan-narendra-modi-priests-pundits/amp

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Handwara Martyrs and protests.

This is such a burning topic and again I am ashamed that people have guts to oppose and question on the bravery of our Indian Army.

Let’s first understand the incident:

After information about the presence of terrorist ok Friday, our army started an operation.

According to a news report, after the early contact, the suspected terrorists managed to enter a civilian house and on Saturday fresh encounter started.

At around, 3:30 pm on 2nd May the encounter started between the forces and terrorists in Chanjumullah area of Handwara in Kupwara, North Kashmir. 

The twelve hours of operation resulted in the killing of two terrorists.

While the Indian army successfully saved the civilians.

But we lost 4 Indian Army personal along with the commanding official.

The entire nation along with our prime minister, media everyone paid tribute to the army officers.

But then, again there are a few who has their own opinions.

Recently, a law student from Jamia Milia University has referred to the Indian army and J&K police as “war criminals”.

She didn’t stop at this but referred the terrorists as “liberals”.

Riyaz Naiku, the so-called liberal is seen with a gun in his videos and photos.
However, after the criticism, she deleted her tweet and all social media accounts.

Do you think, liberals carry guns?

Not just one post on social media, I am going to share several other similar posts from all over the world related to Hardware martyrs.

Have a look:



Now after going through all these, I have a few questions. I want you to read and write your opinions to me on my group for debates, discussions, sharing opinions and views.

  https://www.facebook.com/groups/295771311415957/?ref=share

  • Why the Kashmiris have so much hatred for Indian army and India in general?
  • Imagine you are on the road and anytime you can be asked for your ID card, army and police forcibly entering your home and taking you away without any charges. Is the high collateral damage to a normal Kashmiri in lieu of finding out the actual culprit is the reason for such dissent?
  • Mostly it is seen that these terrorists attack the Indian army establishments or personnel. Is this an upmanship game between the army and terrorists?
  • A lot of keyboard warriors simply abuse the act of valour. Should these people, be slapped with sedition charges and the same treatment be extended to them just like Dubai protested when Indians started commented?

  • Does the Quran really say to kill all the non-believers as quoted by Taslima Nasreen?