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November 7, 2010




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Home > 2010 Issues > November 07, 2010

Without Resolve, Neither a Nation nor a temple can be built
By Acharya Dharmendra Maharaj

Mediapersons who are a product of the convent culture are completely out of sync with India’s history, tradition and culture. For them, Ayodhya is an issue raised by leaders who are interested in baking breads of personal interest. Undoubtedly for some politicians, it may be a benefit-accruing issue, but not for the lakhs of Hindus who devotedly visit Ayodhya, Mathura and Kashi every day from every corner of India and even from the distant countries of the world or for those determined karsevaks who at the cost of their lives destroyed the Babri structure and for whom neither is Ayodhya an issue, nor is Kashi or Mathura. For them the freedom of these pilgrimage sites is their life’s highest aim, their most pious goal.

PRIOR to discussing the objective of constructing Sri Ramjanmaboomi temple, it is essential to ponder over its background. By organising some talks and discussions between a section of the people, certain news channels could manage to rope in a few local inhabitants to state that the root cause of the Ayodhya issue lies in the presence of ‘outsiders’ (non-residents) and that the entire issue could have been resolved instantaneously if it had been left to the Hindu and Muslim inhabitants of Ayodhya and Faizabad, without allowing the ‘outsiders’ to intervene.

According to these channels and media intellectuals, the responsibility for confounding and confusing such a simple issue lies not with the Shahi Imam Ahmed Bukhari of Delhi, or on Zafaryab Jilani, or Syed Shahabuddin; in their eyes the culprits are Ashok Singhal, Acharya Dharmendra, Uma Bharati, Vijayaraje Scindia (why is she mentioned when she is no longer alive?), Lal Krishna Advani, Murli Manohar Joshi and members of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and that if these ‘outsiders’ had been kept away from Ayodhya, neither would have this issue got so serious nor the destitute, helpless and innocent ‘Babri Masjid’ martyred!

These media prophets are not able to tolerate Shrimant Brahmaleen Paramhansa Ramchandradas of the Digambar sect, Shri Mahant Nrityagopaldas of Maniram Chhavni, the powerful priest Ramvilasdas Vedanti of the Ramanuja sect, Vinay Katiyar or the Ramanandi saints who are the chief claimants to the Nirmohi Akhara at Ayodhya and who have been engaged in the campaign for restoration of Shri Ramjanmabhoomi since 1949 or 1985 till today.

How ironical it is that the thousands of unarmed Ram devotees who have been sitting peacefully some three kms away from the ruins of the so-called Babri structure are considered ‘outsiders’ by the mediapersons while Mulayam Singh Yadav, the person responsible for spraying bullets on these Ram devotees and for playing with their blood without any provocation, is seen as a native of the region.

Ironically my disciple Hiralal Kothari’s two sons, Shri Ramkumar and Shri Sharad Kumar Kothari, who, along with dozens of Ram devotees, became victims of Mulayam Singh’s atrocity are seen as ‘outsiders’ while the sectarian djinns and ghosts, who till today continue mourning by beating their chests over the lifeless walls of the ugly structure and its subsequent destruction, are considered local inhabitants. Sadly it is not possible to cure the cent percent mental sickness of the media, but when they propagate a blatant lie as eternal truth through adverse publicity, it becomes necessary to establish and convey the reality to our readers.

Having been an inalienable part of the Ramjanmabhoomi movement, treated as an accused in the destruction of the so-called Babri structure and considered as the prime convict, I am frustrated at the adverse publicity of the media. I am left with no alternative but to wonder how the lakhs of karsevaks and millions of Hindus who are devotees of Sri Ram are being described as ‘outsiders’ in Ayodhya as if for whom Ayodhya is a lifeless city lying barran without any sentimental or emotional attachment to it. Is it not our holiest of holy pilgrim centre? How can we be alien there?

The actual truth that comes to light like a bright afternoon sun is that the ‘outsiders’ are not those who have Ayodhya and Ram Lalla existing in their every fibre, heart and mind and in every drop of their blood, but those are the aliens there who, fearing for their lives when threatened by foreign invaders, decided to forsake their faith, the identity of their ancestors, their history and their traditions to accept a foreign faith and join hands with the outsiders.

I;kjh Fkh vku ftudks] os cfynku gks x;sA
I;kjh Fkh tku ftudks] os eqlyeku gks x;sA

(Those who held their honour dear became martyrs, those who held their life precious became Mohammedans.)

Since then till today, for those who became Muslims in the face of sword and duress neither are Kashi, Mathura and Ayodhya their centres of faith nor are Ganga, Yamuna, Narmada or Kailash Mansarovar, Amarnath, Himachal and Kanyakumari sacred; for them it is Mecca, Medina, Kaba and Karbala that exist in their faith, consciousness and thoughts and who, despite being Indian citizens, be they alive or dead, owe their religious allegiance to Arabia, Iran and invaders like Mohammed bin Qasim, Babur, Shahabuddin Ghori, Mahmud Ghaznavi, Bakhtiar Khilji or Allaudin Khilji who came to plunder our country. Those who, despite being Indians, have never belonged to India and are not prepared to become either it is they who are cent per cent ‘outsiders’.

Does anyone have the guts to prevent these outsiders from interfering in the affairs of Kashi, Mathura, Ayodhya, Kashmir, or other problem concerning India’s present and future If that happens not only Ayodhya, Mathura, Kashi or Kashmir but the majority of problems confronting the nation will be solved automatically. What has the media got to say about the docile, peaceful, non-violent and unarmed pilgrims returning from Ayodhya to Godhra and whose train was completely burnt and reduced to ash by certain demons? Should those who were responsible for this carnage, be treated as outsiders or insiders? Are they nationalistic or traitors?

Who is going to decide whether the pilgrims who come from Pakistan to pay homage at the Khwaja’s dargah which was constructed on an ancient Shiva temple at Ajmer and where the ‘infidel’ Hindus offer flowers and dish out 30 thousand crores of rupees from their hard-earned money to meet the travel expenses of the Hajjis going to Mecca, Medina, Kaba and Karbala are outsiders? Or those who spread dynamite in the path of the Hindu pilgrims visiting Amarnath? Do the prophets of media have any reply to these queries?

Mediapersons who are a product of the convent culture are completely out of sync with India’s history, tradition and culture. For them, Ayodhya is an issue raised by leaders who are interested in baking breads of personal interest. Undoubtedly for some politicians, it may be a benefit-accruing issue, but not for the lakhs of Hindus who devotedly visit Ayodhya, Mathura and Kashi every day from every corner of India and even from the distant countries of the world or for those determined karsevaks who at the cost of their lives destroyed the Babri structure and for whom neither is Ayodhya an issue, nor is Kashi or Mathura. For them the freedom of these pilgrimage sites is their life’s highest aim, their most pious goal.

As for myself, I have been living in the hope since the age of eight years as to when I will see the day when the Ram temple will be constructed and the nation built into an undivided entity. In 1958, the objective of the 16-year-old Dharmendra Dev Sharma, who was imprisoned for organising a satyagrah to free the Kashi Vishwanath temple was not to serve any vested interest in the political arena.

Whether it pleases or hurts anybody, it is an inalienable truth once the construction of the temple begins in Ayodhya, we shall engage ourselves in the godly mission of freeing the entire country - right from Kashi, Mathura and from the Hindu Kush mountains to Manipur-Tripura, the entire Ramjanmabhoomi, the entire Mother India from the clutches of every shade of traitors.

We don’t need encouragement and support for achieving our goal from Arabia, Iran, Samarkand, Tashkent or Beijing; this inspiration has been provided to us by God Himself.

Ronh;k; dk;kZ; cènk dVh;e~
'kqHkkekf'k"ka nsfgrRiwrZ;saA
Tvadi yaya karyaya baddha katiyam
Shubhamashisham dehi tatpoortaye.

We are doing the work of God for which He will grant us the energy. Those who want to seek the assistance of the devil, let them do so. We were not bothered about them yesterday and nor are we today. The question that arises is how will this work be done?

Well, the only answer to this lies in working with resolve; working with the resolve of the one billion Hindus. Of course, it has to be with the resolve and backing by the Hindus. We were not the ones to give this country the name ‘Hindustan’. Foreigners - Arabs, Iranians, Afghans, Samarkandi invaders called us ‘Hindus’ and our country as ‘Hindustan’. So as Hindus, the responsibility for the construction, growth, progress and security of the nation lies with us; not with any Jinnah or Jilani.

It is the universally accepted and everlasting truth that without a resolve neither can a nation be built, nor can a temple. For us the entire soil of the country is a great temple. Who has the audacity to say now the entire land of India is a holy temple. Who has the audacity to say that "the land of India is a mosque (masjid)?"

Our work will be done through resolve; through the resolve of the nation; the resolve of the Indian Parliament; the resolve of the Central Government. The resolve of the Central Government alone can remove all the obstacles to the construction of Sri Ram temple. This task can be completed by the Supreme Court also, but the temple-favouring verdict of the Supreme Court will never be acceptable to the Jilanis, Ansaris, Bukharis, Shahabuddins, who along with Babur’s descendants will sooner or later reveal their true colours. It is only the resolve of the Central Government backed by the entire nation which will help to deliver the country from the wind of anti-nationalism. This is the highest truth.

One more point should be kept in mind. Courts can solve disputes between individuals but the destiny of a nation should not be left to the court. The decision on Kashmir, the solution to China’s expansionist designs, Maoism, anti-national activities of the Naxalites are beyond the pale of the court. This is a task for the national government to solve through a national resolve. And the biggest obstacle in this task is the Jinnah-Jilani mentality. Jinnah was responsible for trifurcation of the country. Lakhs of traitors like Geelani, inspired by Jinnah, can only lead to balkanisation of the country and this should be treated as an emergency siren; an alarm signal that keeps on ringing in my ears but which cannot reach the ears of the likes of Mayawati, Mulayam, Lalu, Paswan, Mamta or Digvijay Singh.

Arise, you one billion children of Mother India, listen to the warning, gauge it and make your government realise it before it is too late!




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