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politics of Ayodhya & Hindu-Muslim relations

Kewalram Rattanmal Malkani

politics of Ayodhya & Hindu-Muslim relations

by Kewalram Rattanmal Malkani

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Published by Har-Anand Publications in New Delhi .
Written in English


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StatementK. R. Malkani.
The Physical Object
Pagination207p. ;
Number of Pages207
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20219273M


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Ayodhya verdict could be end of vicious politics over Ram temple | Opinion The BJP was formed in and the temple movement was launched in Author: Sunita Aron. The temple town of Ayodhya seems divided on caste lines during these elections, with the Ram temple not being an issue for its residents.

The quietness of the town is Author: Vikas Pathak. Historical Film and Hindu–Muslim Relations in Post-Hindutva India: The Case of Jodhaa Akbar. Quarterly Review of Film and Video: Vol. 33, No. 5, pp. Mahant Gyan Das, the head of priest of Hanumangarhi, Ayodhya's most important temple, is a strong proponent of Hindu-Muslim harmony.

As the head of the temple sinceDas is widely respected. Over 38 days since August 6, a five-judge bench of the Supreme Court has heard final arguments in the Ayodhya case. The case is often presented in the media as a. Viewpoint: How India moved on from Ayodhya. 6 December two political impulses appeared to be on the Hindu-Muslim relations in India.

Shia Offer On Ayodhya Is Sign Of Modi's Inclusive Politics. Shia Offer On Ayodhya Is Sign Of Modi's Inclusive Politics ground-breaking and the opening of. NEW DELHI - Hearings in one of India's most protracted legal disputes over the ownership of a patch of land in Ayodhya that is fiercely contested.

Ayodhya was a fabled mythical city-state. Legend has it that it was the kingdom of Hindu god Ram, who is believed to have been born exactly on the spot where the Babri mosque was : Amalendu Misra.

In the aftermath of the Supreme Court’s judgment in the Ayodhya case, questions are being asked whether it can lead to permanent closure of one of India’s most turbulent political phases.

Filing a review petition challenging the Supreme Court's Ayodhya verdict will not be in the interest of Muslims and will "harm" Hindu-Muslim unity, National Commission for Minorities chairperson Author: Asim Kamal. The disputed land in Ayodhya belongs entirely to the deity Ram Lalla or infant Lord Ram, the Supreme Court said on Saturday in a landmark verdict that paves the way for a temple at the site.

Devotees look at a model of the proposed Ram temple that Hindu groups want to build at a disputed religious site in Ayodhya, Octo relations between India’s Hindus and Muslims.

The peace after today's verdict reflects the reality that it is party politics – not troubled Hindu-Muslim relations – that cause violence in the country. The militant Hindus who had vowed to breach a police cordon and start the work of building a temple to the god Ram at the disputed site of Ayodhya decided to respect a Supreme Court decision.To be good neighbours in Ayodhya “Our relations predate the dispute and was unchanged by it,” says Iqbal Ansari, Hashim’s son.

Hindu-Muslim ties in Ayodhya were derailed in The Ayodhya dispute has created a deep fissure in Hindu-Muslim relations, with India's politics increasingly polarised on religious issues. But for millions of BJP supporters, such as bookseller.