There is no need for temples or churches or mosques, no need for complicated philosophy. God is everywhere! Our own brain, our own heart is our temple; the philosophy is kindness and love. So whatever be the Ayodhya verdict just Chill my friendsI liked the response:
Removing a symbol of slavery should be welcomed by all. Why is vote bank politics being played on this.
Why should anyone who believes in our Nation, oppose the proposal of shifting the "mosque" commemorating a fanatic, blood thirsty marauder called Babar to outside Ayodhya ji - an area that is sacred to millions of people.
For the English speaking elite, "Ram" is a mythological character. For the millions who did not study in convents, "Lord Ram" is a matter of belief and veneration - not logic.
It is well known that more than 30, 000 temples were destroyed and mosques built in their place - to humiliate and rub the salt in the wounds of the defeated Hindus.
We have asked for just 3 temples - in Ayodhya ji - Lord Ram's temple, in Mathura ji - Lord Krishna's birthplace and Lord Shiv in Kashi ji (Varanasi).
If you have ever visited any of these you will realize that the temples were destroyed precisely to enslave our minds, to demonstrate the victory of Islam over Hindus.
After 1947, Muslims who chose to stay in India - instead of going to Pakistan, did with an understanding of respecting Hindu opinion. They should be progressive in correcting the wrongs committed by their forefathers and creating a strong relationship of respect and reconciliation with the majority community.
It is in line with what the German govt. did for Jews and similar to the Catholic Church's apology for the Inquisitions and ethnic cleansing of the Incas, Aztecs, and other indigenous people.
Only people who believe that these "mosques" - essentially symbols of slavery should be allowed to stay - are those who do not believe in a life of respect and dignity for the Hindus in their own country.