Ayodhya Ram Temple History and Interesting Facts

Ayodhya Ram Mandir Events are as follows-

1528The Babri Masjid was built by Mir Baqi, the commander of the Mughal emperor Babur.
1885Mahant Raghubir Das filed a petition in the Faizabad district court seeking permission to build a tent outside the disputed structure. But the court had dismissed the petition.
1949The idols of Ram Lalla were installed in the central dome outside the disputed case.
1950Gopal Simla Visharad had filed a petition in the Faizabad district court to get the right to worship the idols of Ramlala.
1950Paramhans Ramchandra Das had filed a petition to keep the idols and continue the worship.
1959Nirmohi Akhara had filed a petition to be given rights over the land.
1981The Uttar Pradesh Sunni Central Waqf Board had filed a petition for rights over the site.
01 February 1986The local court had ordered the government to open the place for Hindu devotees for the purpose of worship.
14 August 1986The Allahabad High Court had ordered status quo to be maintained for the disputed structure.
06 December 1992Ramjanmabhoomi - Babri Masjid disputed structure was demolished.
03 April 1993For land acquisition in the disputed site, the Center passed the 'Acquisition of Certain Areas in Ayodhya Act'. Several writ petitions were filed in the Allahabad High Court regarding various aspects of the Act. Among them was the petition of Ismail Farooqui. The Supreme Court exercising its powers under Article 139A transferred the writ petitions which were pending in the High Court.
24 October 1994The Supreme Court in the historic Ismail Farooqui case held that the mosque is not associated with Islam.
April 2002The hearing regarding the ownership of the disputed site started in the High Court.
13 March 2003The Supreme Court said in the Aslam alias Bhure case, no religious activity is allowed at the acquired site.
30 September 2010The Supreme Court, by a majority of 21, ordered the division of the disputed area into three parts between Sunni Waqf Board, Nirmohi Akhara and Ram Lalla.
9 May 2011The Supreme Court stayed the High Court's decision in the Ayodhya land dispute.
26 February 2016Subramanian Swamy filed a petition in the Supreme Court seeking the construction of a Ram temple at the disputed site.
21 March 2017CJI J. s. Khehar suggested an out-of-court settlement between the parties concerned.
07 AugustThe Supreme Court constituted a three-judge bench to hear petitions challenging the 1994 Allahabad High Court judgment.
08 AugustThe Uttar Pradesh Shia Central Waqf Board told the Supreme Court that a mosque can be built in a Muslim-dominated area at a reasonable distance from the disputed site.
11 SeptemberThe Supreme Court directed the Chief Justice of the Allahabad High Court to appoint two additional district judges within ten days to monitor the status quo at the disputed site.
20 NovemberThe UP Shia Central Waqf Board told the Supreme Court that a temple can be built in Ayodhya and a mosque in Lucknow.
01 DecemberThe petition was filed by 32 human rights activists challenging the 2010 judgment of the Allahabad High Court.
08 February 2018Supreme Court begins hearing on civil petitions.
March 14The Supreme Court dismissed all interim petitions including Swamy's petition.
06 AprilRajeev Dhavan filed a petition in the Supreme Court urging to refer the issue of review of the observations of the 1994 judgment to a larger bench.
06 JulyThe UP government told the Supreme Court that some Muslim groups wanted to delay the hearing by seeking reconsideration of the observations in the 1994 verdict.
20 JulyThe Supreme Court reserved the verdict.
27 SeptemberThe Supreme Court refused to refer the matter to a five-judge Constitution Bench. The matter will be heard by a new three-member bench on October 29.
29 OctoberThe Supreme Court fixed the matter for hearing in the first week of January before an appropriate bench which will decide on the timing of the hearing.
12 NovemberSupreme Court refuses to hear the petitions of Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha soon.
04 January 2019The Supreme Court said that the appropriate bench constituted by it to fix the date of hearing in the title case will pronounce its verdict on January 10.
08 JanuaryThe Supreme Court constituted a five-judge Constitution Bench, headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and comprising Justices SA Bobde, NV Ramanna, U U Lalit and DY Chandrachud, to hear the matter.
January 10Justice U U Lalit recused himself from the case following which the Supreme Court fixed the matter for hearing before a new bench on January 29.
25 JanuaryThe Supreme Court reconstituted a five-judge Constitution Bench to hear the matter. The new bench comprising Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, Justice SA Bobde, Justice DY Chandrachud, Justice Ashok Bhushan and Justice S. a. Nazir was involved.
26 FebruaryThe Supreme Court suggested mediation and fixed March 5 for the verdict in which a decision would be taken on whether to refer the matter to a court-appointed arbitrator.
08 MarchThe Supreme Court referred the dispute for arbitration to a committee headed by former Supreme Court judge FMI Kalifulla.
09 AprilThe Nirmohi Akhara opposed the Centre's plea to return the acquired land around the Ayodhya site to the owners in the Supreme Court.
May 10The Supreme Court extended the time till August 15 to complete the mediation process.
11 JulyThe Supreme Court sought a report on the "progress of mediation".
18 JulyThe Supreme Court, while allowing the mediation process to continue, asked it to submit the result report by August 1.
01 AugustThe mediation report was given to the court in a sealed cover.
02 AugustThe Supreme Court has decided to hold daily hearings from August 6 if the mediation fails.
06 AugustThe Supreme Court began hearing on the land dispute on a daily basis.
04 OctoberThe court said that the hearing will be completed by October 17 and the verdict will be pronounced by November 17. The Supreme Court asked the Uttar Pradesh government to provide security to the chairman of the State Waqf Board.
16 OctoberThe Supreme Court completed the hearing and reserved the verdict.
9 November 2019The Supreme Court of India decided to give the Ayodhya disputed land to the Ram Janmabhoomi Nyas.

The Supreme Court of India has decided to give the Ayodhya disputed land to the Ram Janmabhoomi Nyas, the disputed land has been given for the Ram temple and the Muslim side has decided to give land at another place. In this way, the court has ordered to give a separate land for the construction of a mosque, the Supreme Court has ordered the central government to form a trust for the Ram temple within three months. This trust will look after the construction of the temple, a five-judge bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi has given this decision unanimously. The government ordered the Sunni Waqf Board to allot 5 acres of land for the purpose of building a mosque.

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