Summarising Ayodhya Movement
· Ayodhya is perhaps the greatest pilgrimage site of the Hindus, known to all Hindus. Muslims know little about it, and it is not on their list of important sacred sites.
· The Ramayana is the most important sacred story of the Hindus, and it is embedded in the history and geography of Ayodhya.
· That Ayodhya and its temples were subordinated, suppressed and destroyed by long periods of the anti-Hindu rule is a fact of history.
· There must have been a grand Ram temple in Ayodhya and the most likely place for that the prominent area is where Babri Masjid was constructed.
· For Hindus to reclaim Ayodhya is only natural given its sanctity and historicity and the independence and religious partition of the country after 1947.
· The site is effectively a Hindu temple already with millions of pilgrims visiting to honour the murti of Sri Ram. There can be no going back on that. It also establishes a legal precedent to return the entire site to the Hindus.
· The Ram Mandir issue must be resolved. It has been delayed too long. Justice delayed is justice denied. The only lasting solution is to give the site back to the Hindus.
· It is only fitting that modern India honours Sri Ram, its greatest cultural hero and ideal exponent of Dharma. It is not just a question of one great figure or even religious concerns but honouring India’s ancient dharmic civilisation that has given the world the wonderful gifts of Yoga, Ayurveda, Vedanta, and Indian culture overall.
· Sri Ram must be allowed to return from his political exile for India/Bharat to awaken and move forward with confidence and strength into the new global era. Otherwise, India remains in conflict with its heritage and identity.
· The easiest solution is a government ordinance to give the site back to the Hindus. The courts by their inaction have made this both a possibility and a necessity.