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Today, the long wait of 492 years for the construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya is going to end. In Ayodhya, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will also worship the foundation stone of the temple construction along with Bhumi Pujan in the scheduled muhurta. Today if the dream of construction of Ram temple is seen to be fulfilled, then there is a big contribution of many people behind it. Over the years, the agitation for the grand Ram temple in Ayodhya has seen many prominent faces carry forward the campaign from time to time. While some of the faces associated with the Ram temple movement got fame and publicity, but there are some faces whose luck only came to oblivion. So let us know all those faces of Ram temple, without whose efforts the dream of Ram temple was incomplete.
Mahant Raghubar Das One of the initiators of the Mandir movement was Mahant Raghubar Das, who petitioned the Faizabad court for permission to build a Ram temple near the Babri Masjid. Many saints in Ayodhya still give credit to Mahant Raghubar Das for starting a legal battle for the construction of the Ram temple. However, there are many people who prefer to remain anonymous.
Gopal Singh Visharad One of the prominent warriors of Ram temple construction is Gopal Singh Visharad, who in 1950 filed the first case in independent India over the temple dispute. Gopal Singh Visharad was a resident of Balrampur district and was the district head of the Hindu Mahasabha. When he was going to see Lord Ram in 1950, the police stopped him, after which he filed a petition and sought permission for the Hindus to go to Ramjanmabhoomi unhindered.
this journey of Nair Ram temple, 1930 batch IAS officer K.K. Nair is also nonymous. Kk Nair was the District Magistrate of Faizabad at the time when the statue of Ram Lala was placed in the disputed premises on the night of 23 December 1949. The then Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and the then Chief Minister Govind Ballabh Pant ordered the removal of the idol of Ramlala from the disputed site, but Nair refused to do so. Nair had told his political masters that he would have to be removed before the statue could be removed. K. of Alleppey, Kerala K Nair opted for voluntary retirement in 1952 and was elected to the fourth Lok Sabha from Bahraich in 1967 on a Jan Sangh ticket. His wife Shakuntala Nair was also elected twice from the Kaiserganj Lok Sabha seat.
Mahant Digvijay Nath In the year 1949, Mahant Digvijay Nath , the chief priest of Goraksha Temple in Gorakhpur, led the temple movement after placing the idol in the disputed premises. The Mahanta brought all the saints and seekers on one platform and prepared the roadmap for the movement which later spread throughout the country. After his death in 1969, his successor Mahant Avaidyanath played an important role in the temple movement. The successor of Mahant Avaidyanath is the current Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, who has also played an active role in the temple movement.
Suresh Baghel is also the nameless face of this journey, whose contribution to the temple can never be forgotten, because his name is prominent among those who demolished the mosque. Suresh Baghel, a ‘car servant’ resident of Vrindavan, Mathura, made his first attempt to demolish the Babri Masjid and faced police action. Baghel has made several rounds of courts ranging from police arrests to the Ram temple. At present, Baghel works in a private company for 6 thousand rupees per month and he refused to speak on the issue related to the temple.
Ashok Singhal, the 1990s, when the temple movement speed came Babri Masjid demolition because of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad, or VHP leader Ashok became chief architect Singhal Hindutva. Their slogans ‘Push one and two, break the Babri Masjid’ created a frenzy and mobilized the Hindus as before. Singhal died in 2015 and is no longer in this world to see the construction of the Ram temple.
Parveen Togadia (then VHP senior leader) was also known for his active role in the temple movement. However, he lost his dominance after the demise of Ashok Singhal.
LK Advani and Murali Manohar Joshi
LK Advani and Murali Manohar Joshi are considered the architects of the Ram Janmabhoomi movement due to the demolition of the Babri Masjid in 1992. Not only this, Advani’s rath yatra in favor of Ram temple is seen as the most important link for the construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya. Top BJP leaders, Advani Murali Manohar Joshi, also played an important role in the temple movement, which gave his party great political advantage. In a way, the rise of BJP in India’s politics is directly linked to the temple movement and the role played by these two leaders.
Vinay Katiyar is not only the founder of the Bajrang Dal, but also a firebrand Hindu leader who gave a edge to the temple movement. Katiyar became a three-time MP from Ayodhya, but later went into political oblivion.
Kalyan Singh, another former chief minister of Uttar Pradesh is another important figure in the Kalyan Singh Ram Mandir construction movement. When the Babri Masjid was demolished, he was the Chief Minister of UP and his government was dismissed on the same day. Kalyan Singh was convicted for contempt of court.
Uma Bharti and Sadhvi Ritambhara BJP leaders Uma Bharti and Sadhvi Ritambhara have led the women’s brigade in the temple movement. Both have been known for their fiery speeches. It is also said that the cassettes of Sadhvi Ritambhara’s fiery speeches were sold in the market at a premium. Both Uma Bharat and Sadhvi Ritambhara will attend the Bhoomi Pujan program today.