As you read this, let your mind centralise your thoughts and use this post as a prism to embrace the beauty of the two most politically distinctive, yet spiritually connected architectures of India recently – the Ram Mandir and the Babri Mazjid. Amidst all the controversy, we all bypassed the beauty of the two structures – the simplicity of the Ram Mandir and the architectural integrity of the Babri Masjid. Both, yet not grand, radiated the spiritual positive-ness since ages, be it through the blissful Ram bhajans on Diwali or the soothing morning prayers of the mosque.
As one walks in the jamanbhoomi premise, the small shrine of Lord Rama with a single pedestal, coloured saffron with the ‘bhakra’ sindoor, flags embroidered with ‘Jai Shree Ram’ and all this protected by an amateur bamboo boundary is all that matters to set the classic example of mass spiritual love and devotion towards protecting one’s belief and unconditional efforts to safeguard one’s birth place.
Effects of 2019 Honourable Supreme Court Verdict: The entire land of 2.77 acre has been allotted for Ram Mandir construction
On the other hand, the Bari Masjid (proved to be built on pre-existing structure not necessarily any Hindu temple – proved by Archaeological Survey of India) was built in 935 of the Islamic calendar by Mir Baqi. The main structure was developed under the Lodhi-dynasty. The design includes single-aisle arrangement with three doomed bays along the wall of the qiblah, followed by the middle bay – the pishtaq.
Effects of 2019 Honourable Supreme Court Verdict:An area of 5 acres allotted for construction of mosque post demolition of Babri Masjid for construction of Ram Mandir
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