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A wonderful display of the Beauty of Religious Disciplines could be demonstrated at Ayodhya by making the whole area a simple place of devotion for All, with the addition of two tasteful Shrines of Remembrance of the recently departed ....................Mohandas K Gandhi and...................Abdul Gaffar Khan.


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Comment by Garvin Brown on October 4, 2010 at 22:42
BB thank you for your comments ..........if both parties use it with reverence then it is a wonderful outcome.


Comment by Balamurali Balaji on October 4, 2010 at 9:44
Having received the verdict from the Allahabad High Court, the situation rather here in India is almost calm and restful with both the parties, Hindus and Muslims, being satisfied and convinced with the Landsharing proportions as directed by the judgement.

Though the Ayodhya issue is globalised, and a well-known controversy, the people involved in the conflict are local and fundamentalists. It is perceived as a problem of a single town rather than a Hindu-Muslim skirmish as a whole. As it is a matter of justice and rights issue of the people, it is unlikely that Ayodhya would have some secular shrines or symbols of religious equalities.

Instead, Hindus are keen on making Ayodhya a full-fledged pilgrimage spot and building the Ram Temple. Muslims, as their part are thinking once again of building a place of worship, preferrably a mosque, in their quota of land allotted.

Though, a period of 3 months is given as gestation period to digest the verdict, it takes years for resilence and harmony been expected from this town of religious conflicts.

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