With archaeological evidence, we expose the misinformation, propaganda, and prejudiced narratives present in some of the media’s coverage of the consecration of the Shri Rām Janmabhoomi Mandir (temple).
Ayodhyā Śrī Rām Mandir is not just a temple, but a symbol of faith, unity and cultural heritage, signifying the triumph of truth, justice and righteousness. It signifies a resurgence of Hindu Dharma which is now more aware, united, confident, proud and strong.
Each Divali, the radiant glow of lamps illuminates streets and homes across Bhārat (India) and the world, heralding the symbolic return of Shri Rām. It’s a poignant time, commemorating Shri Rām’s homecoming to Ayodhyā after enduring a 14-year exile and vanquishing the demon king, Rāvan. Yet, on the horizon, Ayodhyā itself braces for an unparalleled celebration – the grand inauguration of the Ayodhyā Rām Mandir, lovingly known as Rām Janmabhoomi.