Will build Ram temple in Ayodhya without political help, says Shankaracharya

Hindu religious leaders on Tuesday said they will construct Ram temple at the “Lord’s birthplace” in Ayodhya without any political help if the Supreme Court order in their favor. The statement comes after Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh stated that the NDA government cannot bring law on Ram temple without  any majority in Rajya Sabha. Addressing the Hindu Dharma Sansad at Ramlila Maidan, Shankaracharya of Dwarkapeeth Swaroopananda Saraswati asked BJP leaders to stop talking about construction of Ram temple.

Will build Ram temple in Ayodhya without political help, says Shankaracharya

Build Ram temple in Ayodhya without political help :

Shankaracharya Swami Swaroopananda Saraswati is an Indian religious leader, freedom fighter. He holds the title of Shankaracharya for two matha. In 1973, he was appointed as Shankaracharya of jyotirmath and in 1982, he inherited the title of Shankaracharya of Dwarka peeth.

Shankaracharya Swami Swaroopananda Saraswati said that “We request you (Singh) with folded hands, don’t talk about Ram Janmabhoomi. We will build Ram temple at the spot”. Shankaracharya alleged that a section of political class brought in the name of Mughal emperor Babar to gain “political advantage” and said that the court has accepted the fact that Babar had never been to the place. There were remains that proved that it was a place of worship of Hindus, he claimed.


“It is Ram janmbhoomi and if the Supreme Court gives its verdict soon… because they have agreed it is Ram Janmabhoomi, but some portion has been given to Muslims while their plea has been rejected… If that is decided, then we will… without any political party… the saints, great souls, gentlemen will construct Ram temple at the spot of Lord’s birth. ” God’s grace, we won’t need their (politicians) money and we will construct temple, you please forgive us. Leave the discussion about the Ram temple now,” Shankaracharya said.

The Sansad also passed a resolution in this regard. Amongst other resolutions adopted by the Sansad are for ban on cow slaughter, imparting knowledge of ‘Ramayana’ and ‘Mahabharata’ to youngsters at educational institutes, and for imposing ban on alcohol. Hindu Dharma Sansad is a gathering of various Hindu religious bodies and oraganisations. Sansad also sought to provide relief and help in restoring temples in Nepal which were destroyed in the earthquake. Shankarcharya Swami Swaroopananda Saraswati also said the political class lacked knowledge of Hindu religion.

Referring to Prime Minister Narendra Modi gifting ‘Bhagvad Gita’ to Japanese emperor Akihito during his visit to the east Asian country in September 2014, Shankaracharya quipped that he should rather ensure children across India are taught lessons from the book. Amongst other demands, the gurus demanded introduction of uniform civil code and abolishing article 370 of the Constitution which gives special status to Jammu and Kashmir.

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