Ram Janmabhumi Temple

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The Ram Janmabhumi Temple ( Hindi राम जन्मभूमि, rām janmabhumi ) in Ayodhya , India , is to be built on the site of the Babri Mosque , which was destroyed on December 6, 1992 . The god Rama is said to be born here 900,000 years ago.

There is supposedly historical evidence of the existence of a temple prior to the construction of the Babri Mosque in 1528. According to a 2003 study by the Archaeological Survey of India conducted on the orders of the Supreme Court of India , a Hindu temple existed on the site before the mosque was built. However, these results have been questioned by other historians, especially Muslim and Marxist ones.

The temple building project was mainly driven by Hindu nationalist organizations. The Vishva Hindu Parishad has plans for the exact construction of the temple, even if there are legal obstacles. The workshops in Ayodhya were commissioned to build the temple, and the stone carving work began some time ago, despite the legal uncertainty.

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