Road To Ram Lalla
Ashok Singhal, Class of 92: Remembering the Chief Architect of the Ram Janmabhoomi Movement on his death anniversary
The involvement of Ashok Singhal in the Ram Janmabhoomi Movement began in 1984.
Even before the Ayodhya verdict was pronounced, there was a host of requests being made for calm to be maintained. While this sounds advice of maturity, the undercurrent was palpable and deeply disturbing.
‘Tatva’ of Rama: How did Hindus sustain the struggle for their beloved Ram Janmabhoomi for 5 centuries?
What we lost as Ram Janmabhoomi and the temple, we imbued in our souls and spirits as the ‘Tatva’ of Sri Rama.
Winter of 1949: The untold story of the ‘miraculous appearance’ of Murtis of Ram Lalla at Babri Masjid
In December 1949, Murti of Ram Lalla 'miraculously' appeared inside the Babri Masjid.
The Liberhan Commission report on Babri Masjid Demolition: 10 things ‘liberals’ don’t want you to read
The Liberhan Commission was commissioned by the then Congress government ten days after the Babri Masjid demolition to investigate the events that led to it and those responsible for it.
Kalyan Singh, Class of 92: 6th December, 1992 a matter of National Pride, No Regret, No Repentance, No Grief
Kalyan Singh was the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh in 1992 when the disputed structure was demolished.
Aakar Patel in his article wrote regarding judiciary of Pakistan given conflicting judgements from the days of Ghulam Muhammad to the days of General Musharraf, which resulted in long term repercussions for the state of Pakistan.
Three Generations, One Dream: Here’s why Yogi Adityanath considered the Ram Mandir his life’s mission
For Yogi Adityanath, the construction of the Ram Mandir will also be the fulfilment of his Gurudev's dream
Ayodhya: A unique reconciliation, perhaps the first historical-civilisational dispute to have been resolved by judicial process
Ayodhya verdict brings down the curtain on nearly 70 years of contentious litigation in independent India and ends a dispute that defied resolution despite repeated attempts at mediation.
Ayodhya verdict: This is how the front page of some of the major newspapers across India looked like day after the judgement
Supreme Court handed over Ram Janmabhoomi site to Hindus to build Ram Mandir, Sunni Waqf Board to be given an alternate site for mosque