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Rising Bharat National News Feed: October 3rd 2020

  • Ram Mandir vyavastha
  1. अयोध्या में बन रहे राम मंदिर की डिजाइन में हो सकता है बदलाव, नहीं बदलेगा मूल ढांचा

Key points:

  1. मंदिर निर्माण में तीन साल का वक्त लगेगा। कार्यदायी एजेंसियां इस पर काम कर रही है। लगातार मंदिर के डिजाइन बदले जाने की बात पर उन्होंने कहा कि मंदिर की मूल डिजाइन में कोई बदलाव नहीं किया जाएगा। यह बात सही है कि जब विहिप ने राम मंदिर आंदोलन मुद्दा उठाया तो विहिप के महज 1500 वर्गगज जमीन के लिए बात कर रही थी।
  2. विहिप नेता ने कहा कि मंदिर निर्माण के लिए एक एकड़ जमीन की आवश्यकता थी। जिसके अनुसार पूर्व में एक डिजाइन तैयार किया गया था। जब सुप्रीम कोर्ट ने नवंबर 2019 में राम मंदिर के पक्ष में फैसला सुनाया तो 70 एकड़ जमीन दी। ऐसे में अब अकेले मंदिर का निर्माण तीन एकड़ में होगा। जाहिर सी बात है कि फैलाव होगा। इसमें ड्राइंग में बदलाव होगा। मूल ढांचे में नहीं।  उनके साथ बैठक में काशी प्रांत के अध्यक्ष शुभ नारायण सिंह व उपाध्यक्ष विमल प्रकाश शामिल रहे।

(Live Hindustan, 3 October 2020) News Link

  • कंक्रीट और पत्थरों से होगा श्रीराम मंदिर का निर्माण, फौलाद जैसा होगा मजबूत

Key points:

  1. अयोध्या में श्रीराम जन्मभूमि पर बनने वाले मंदिर की शोभा निराली होगी। मंदिर का निर्माण कंक्रीट और पत्‍थरों से होगा, जो अपनी भव्‍यता को प्रदर्शित करेगा। किसी भी चरण में लोहा यानी सरिया का प्रयोग नहीं होगा। इसकी वजह यह कि लोहे में जंग लग जाता है। इससे भवन की आयु कम हो जाती है। मंदिर निर्माण के लिए कुल 1200 पिलर बनेंगे।
  2. यह जानकारी श्रीराम जन्मभूमि तीर्थ क्षेत्र ट्रस्ट के महासचिव एवं विश्व हिंदू परिषद के राष्ट्रीय उपाध्यक्ष चंपतराय ने दी। उन्होंने बताया कि अभी पाइलिंग का काम चल रहा है। परीक्षण के लिए सिर्फ दो जगहों पर पाइलिंग कराई गई है। एक महीने बाद उसकी मजबूती जांची जाएगी। सब ठीक रहा तो आगे की प्रक्रिया शुरू होगी। मंदिर निर्माण के लिए कुल 1200 पिलर बनेंगे। इन पिलर के निर्माण के लिए जो पाइलिंग की गई है वह एक मीटर घेरे की है। पिलर की गहराई भी 100 फिट रहेगी। इसके बाद पांच फिट मोटा कंक्रीट का प्लेटफार्म बनाया जाएगा। उसके ऊपर पत्थर से निर्माण होगा। उसकी ऊंचाई साढ़े सोलह फिट रहेगी।

(Dainik Jagran, 3 October 2020) News Link

  1. VHP plans nationwide drive to raise funds for construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya

Key points:

  1. The Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) plans to launch a nationwide drive from January to raise funds for the Ram Temple construction in Ayodhya.
  2. This fund collection campaign will also be widely advertised in all prominent dailies. Before January, all details of the campaign would be finalised after duly taking suggestions in this regard into consideration.

(Hindustan Times, 3 October 2020) News Link

  • Ladakh after removing 370
    • War memorial built in Ladakh for 20 Indian army men killed during clashes with Chinese army

Key points:

  1. A memorial has been built for the 20 Indian army men who lost their lives in action against the Chinese Army in the Galwan Valley after evicting them from an observation post near the Y-junction area there under Operation Snow Leopard, according to sources.The memorial has been built at the unit level near the KM-120 post on the strategic road Durbuk-Shyok-Daulat Beg Oldie, Ladakh.The memorial has names of 20 troops and the details of the June 15 operation.
  2. As per the operational details put out on the memorial wall, “On June 15, 2020 at Galwan Valley, Col B Santosh Babu Commanding Officer, 16 Bihar led the Quick Reaction Force of 16 Bihar and attached troops tasked to evict the PLA OP from Gen AY Nala and move further to Patrolling Point 14.”

(Kashmir News Line, 3 October 2020) News Link

  • PM Modi inaugurates strategically important Atal Tunnel, calls it ‘new lifeline for Ladakh’

Key points:

  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday inaugurated the newly built Atal Tunnel at Rohtang in Manali, Himachal Pradesh. The 9.02-kilometre long tunnel is dubbed as the world’s longest highway tunnel. The new tunnel will provide all-season connectivity to Ladakh by connecting it with Manali.
  • “Atal Tunnel, apart from a big region in Himachal Pradesh, will also become a lifeline for the new union territory Ladakh. With this, Leh-Ladakh, and this big region of Himachal Pradesh will always stay connected with the other parts of the country, and will quickly move forward on the path to progress,” the Prime Minister said at the inauguration ceremony of the Atal Tunnel, as quoted by news agency ANI.

(Dainik Jagran, 3 October 2020) News Link

  1. ‘Graphic Details’: Crimes Are Decreasing in Kashmir

Key points:

  1. ACCORDING to National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB)’s latest report on Crime in India – 2019, crimes in Jammu and Kashmir have decreased by 1,812 in 2019 as compared to 2018.
  2. The report published between January 1 and December 31 maps the meticulous tumbling crime scenario and its different aspects in the erstwhile state.

(Kashmir Observer, 3 October 2020) News Link

August 5th is a milestone : Ram Mandir and more

  • Dr. Ratan Sharda

Rebuilding of Ram Temple has re-ignited our memories buried deep under the embers of forgotten history.

August 5, 2020, is a historic day for many reasons, not just a day on which the rebuilding of Ram Mandir will begin. August 15, 1947, was supposed to be a day when we broke away from colonialism and rebuild Bharat on the lines on which it had gained prominence in the comity of nations for centuries before foreign invaders slowly choked out its spirit in different ways.

Unfortunately, it did not happen. We were told that India was never a nation but British had made it into a nation and Nehru ji was trying to create a new idea of India, so we can stay united. With this single argument, we were trained to forget our entire knowledge-based heritage that has at least 8,000 years of documented history.

August 5 will be a milestone in post-independent India which will be remembered for —

• Rebuilding of the Ram Temple at the very site where it was destroyed

• Restoring our pride in our ancient perennial history and civilisation

• Snatching back the right to interpret our history from colonial historians and their

fellow travellers – the Marxist historians

• Decolonising our minds

Visit Mathura and your heart bleeds when you see the real janmsthan (birth place) of Krishna embedded in the peripheral wall of the giant mosque Aurangzeb built by destroying the Krishna Janmasthan temple. You visit Kashi Vishwanath temple. Before you bow to the sacred Jyotirlinga in a temple rebuilt by Ahilyabai Holkar, your heart sinks looking at the original sacred Nandi bull staring vacantly in the direction where the original Shivling was consecrated eons back – converted to mosque by Aurangzeb.

Hindus waged a sustained battle to restore Ram Temple to them for 492 years in the very location where it existed before it was destroyed by Mughals. Apart from a legal fight, we saw a mass movement like none, including the freedom struggle, when millions of people came on the roads in a peaceful manner starting in 1986 and culminating in 2020. A movement sustained in different phases for 30 years before it reached the final stages in courts of law. It was a first in Hindu society that the society rose as one irrespective of caste or creed – whether poor or rich, from north to south and from west to east – to get back the land where original temple existed. And, finally emerged victorious.

Our freedom struggle was an outcome of many factors. When all the factors came together, we were free. But it was a victory that came at a huge loss – loss of one third of our land and millions of lives. It was a parting kick from our erstwhile colonial masters. We are still bleeding. But refusal to go by colonial justice and lectures by their leftovers about Ram being everywhere, Hindus kept the battle on and finally won it against the entire system seeped in colonial thoughts arrayed against them. Hindus refused to be shamed by Left-Secular groups and settle for something demeaning like Mathura or Kashi that would bleed our hearts and drain our emotions when we visited these temples.

The colonial historians and their lackeys had created a narrative that Hindu society had nothing to offer, that Bharat was a naturally endowed land populated by orthodox, casteist, ignorant lethargic people who knew nothing beyond caste and superstition. They had no history to call their own and they had no knowledge to call their own. The entire idea was to strip Indians of their self-respect, their pride and their knowledge systems.

The enormous knowledge base Bharat had in every possible branch of philosophy, art and science was stolen or stripped off its Bharatiya roots. Muslim invaders destroyed universities, temples and knowledge system structured around them and our sense of self-esteem by destroying our centres of faith, our murtis. The official records tell us that even after burning the Nalanda University and destroying Taxila and Vikramshila, burning libraries of temples and priests; Bharat, even today, is left with 3 million manuscripts in Sanskrit, Pali and Prakrit!

The bleeding of our economy that began under Muslim invaders was fine-tuned by British. We were impoverished while colonial masters prospered in every sense. By the time British were challenged by us, they had created a huge West educated populace seeped in western world view that saw India only as a land of widow burners, casteist and orthodox backward looking society, with no intellect of its own. We were told that Kalidasa was Shakespeare of India though Kalidasa was born centuries before Shakespeare. We were told Chanakya was India’s Machiavelli though he mastered the statecraft thousands of years earlier. And we accepted it. Only calling card that Bharatiya people were left with was caste system.

Rebuilding of Ram Temple has re-ignited our memories buried deep under the embers of forgotten history. In a way, the people-driven struggle prolonged by Marxist historians gave us time to dig up our true history, the cruel history of Muslim invaders’ atrocities and loss of our national identity that any Indian would be proud of.

Suddenly, temples and their histories have become centres of attraction and wonder for our youth. Taj Mahal is not the only wonder, but we have 1000s of such wonders. Indians have discovered how their temples were pillaged, populace looted, raped and converted. It was the history that our Left –Secular historians wished us to forget. The struggle for Ram Temple turned out to be a struggle to rediscover our self-identity.

This struggle for restoration of pride was not against anybody, it was for restoration of our rights over our land, our history. Thus, the long litigation instigated by left historians forced us to re-discover the truth behind Mughals and Tipu Sultans, the truth behind poor cap stitching devout Aurangzeb. Historians who had been banished from the university shelves, the selfless researchers and public intellectuals like Dharampal were brought back. Young Indians rose to fill in the gaps in our history with meticulous research and rebuilding of our true history, highlight our heritage and challenge the narrative set by British and their copy cats, the Marxist historians. The first Indian to call out the fakery of Aryan Invasion Theory, Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar, was rediscovered.

This renaissance we see in Indian intellectual scene is the result of Ram Mandir movement. And, this is the reason why the entire Left and so-called liberal class was opposed to Ram Temple tooth and nail. They understood the repercussions of this movement. This is the reason why RSS became the prime hate symbol for the Left-Liberal all over again. RSS not just created this environment but went onto inspire an entire generation to snatch back the initiative from these groups to restore history and heritage in proper perspective.

This churn in the sphere of knowledge has finally led to decolonising our minds. There had been attempts by our leaders beginning from Swami Vivekananda to decolonise our minds. It has been a continuous exercise since then. But ideological adversaries had major advantages – head start since the time of British, absorbing the tricks of the trade taught by the British, inferiority complex of the ruling class represented by Pandit Nehru and his readiness to outsource the intellectual battle ground to the Left and providing them huge resources vis-a-vis a weak Bharat rooted intellectual class that was kept out of the powerful elite and never allowed to use any resources.

Thankfully, there were organisations like RSS, great indigenous, rooted leaders like Madan Mohan Malaviya, Dr. Ambedkar, KM Munshi, Rajagopalachari and many others who kept the flame glowing for the right moment. Veteran RSS thinker Ranga Hari says your view point depends on your stand point. It took years to change that stand point from western land of Greenwich time to Ujjain based Indian timelines of Mahakaal. As the stand point changed, the view point changed too. Now the view point will be defined by Ram Mandir. This is the historic time when real decolonising of Indian mind has begun. Bharat will no more be apologetic about its past, nor about the path it chooses to regain its glory.

  • Dr. Ratan Sharda is an ERP consultant, an author & a free lance columnist.

For a comprehensive site on Ayodhya Ram Mandir, visit rammandir.getfacts.in

For a detailed video on the Ayodhya Ram Janmabhumi movement , check out these videos :

10 Key Takeaways from the Supreme Court Verdict on Sri Ram Janmabhumi

Key Takeaways from the Ayodhya Verdict

In its 1045 pages long judgment+ by the 5 judges bench+ headed by Chief Justice of India, His Lordship Mr Ranjan Gogoi and comprising by four other lordships viz. Justice Mr. S A Bobde , Justice Mr. D Y Chandrachud, Justice Mr. S Abdul Nazeer, and Justice Mr. Ashok Bhushan, the Constitution Bench, that was set up on January 8, 2019, heard the case for over 40 days from August to October, elivered the judgement on November 9, 2019

  1. The SC has ordered the Union Govt of India to set up a trust to build a temple on the Ram Janmabhoomi Site, while allotting alternative five acres of land for constructing a mosque in a suitable place in Ayodhya.
  2. The apex court has directed the Centre to formulate a scheme pursuant to the powers vested in it under Sections 6 and 7 of the Acquisition of Certain Area at Ayodhya Act 1993. The scheme shall envisage the setting up of a trust with a Board of Trustees or any other appropriate body under Section 6 who will undertake the construction of a Ram temple at the disputed structure site discarding the Mosque claim on that site on the ground that the Muslim sides failed to prove their title of possession there anyway.
  3. The SC has allotted the entire 2.77-acre disputed land to the Hindu sides for temple construction, refuting the one third sharing formula for all to Ramlalla Virajman ( Lord Ram existing in the Childhood form), the Nirmohi Akhada and the Sunni Wakf Board as settled by the Allahabad High Court earlier in 2010. The apex court clearly said that the three-way bifurcation by the High Court was legally unsustainable. Even as a matter of maintaining public peace and tranquillity, the solution which commended itself to the High Court is not feasible. The SC also said that dividing the land will not subserve the interest of either of the parties or secure a lasting sense of peace and tranquillity.
  4. The SC also ruled that the Nirmohi Akhara suit was not maintainable and it has no shebait rights (priestly rights). However, the court directed that in the Board of Trustees, the Nirmohi Akhara should be given fair and appropriate representation.
  5. The allotment of land to the Muslims is necessary because though on a balance of probabilities, the evidence in respect of the possessory claim of the Hindus to the composite whole of the disputed property stands on a better footing than the evidence adduced by the Muslims.
  6. The claim of Shia Waqf Board against Sunni Waqf Board to Babri Masjid was also dismissed+ by the apex court out-rightly mentioning the ‘inordinate delay of 24964 days’ to file the case by the Shia Borad in the case SLP (Civil) Diary No.22744/2017 Shia Central Board of Waqf U P…Petitioner -Versus- Sunni Central Board of Wakf …Respondent.
  7. The SC said that archaeological evidence cannot be brushed aside as conjecture and hypothesis. SC held that Archaeological evidence supports that the Babri Masjid was not constructed on vacant land but on a definite non-Islamic structure. However, Archaeological Survey of India findings did not say whether a particular Hindu temple was demolished to construct a mosque in 1528 by Mir Baqi, the lieutenant of Mughal ruler Babur.
  8. The court also said that the destruction of the mosque in 1992 happened in breach of SC orders. The desecration of the mosque by placing idols in 1949 and its demolition was contrary to the law, it added.
  9. The SC also recognised the Muslim invasion over the Hindu worship place by stating that the Mosque was not built on the plain land and there was an existence of un-Islamic structure beneath, but expressed inability to determine whether it was done by destructing the Rama Janmabhoomi Temple that was existing since the twelfth century.
  10. Besides this unanimous judgement, one of the judges also seriously attempted to clear the doubt on the Hindu faith Whether disputed structure is the holy birth place of Lord Ram as per the faith, belief and trust of the Hindus, in its 115 pages long ADDENDA in its verdict under a caption “Whether disputed structure is the holy birth place of Lord Ram as per the faith, belief and trust of the Hindus?

The Supreme Court has said that Hindus have established “a clear case of a possessory title” to the outside courtyard by virtue of “long, continued and unimpeded worship” at the Ram Chabutra and other objects of religious significance. While taking the scriptures, travelogues, archaeological evidences and legal provision, Court has maintained the uninterrupted claim of Ram Lalla Virajman over the place.

A video on the movement :

https://arisebharat.com/2017/12/06/ayodhya-sri-rama-janmabhumi-mission-turned-into-movement/