Construction of Ram Temple in Ayodhya Our Resolve: Bhagwat


RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat asserting his resolve said present circumstances are suitable for the construction of Ram temple.

CHHATARPUR, Madhya Pradesh (PTI) — Construction of a Ram temple in Ayodhya is “our” resolve, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat said on Wednesday while stressing that the present circumstances are suitable for the purpose.

“Construction of a Ram temple (in Ayodhya) is not just a desire but it is our resolve,” he said while addressing a gathering after unveiling a 52-feet tall statue of Maharaja Chhatrasal at Mausahaniya, around 15 kms away from the district headquarters.

Observing that the present circumstances are suitable for the construction of the temple, Bhagwat said those who wanted to build the Ram temple would need to follow in footsteps of Lord Ram.
He said Maharaja Chhatrasal was a brave warrior who defeated his enemies with the help of small number of soldiers.

Bhagwat also recalled the association of Maharaja Chhatrasal with Maratha warrior king Chhartapati Shivaji.

Chhatrasal was a medieval Indian warrior from the Bundela clan who fought against the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb, and established his own kingdom in Bundelkhand, becoming the founder of Panna State.

Clarion India - News, Views and Insights about Indian Muslims, Dalits, Minorities, Women and Other Marginalised and Dispossessed Communities.

Share post:


More like this

61 Orphan Girls Tie Knot in Mass Marriage to Promote Communal Harmony

Prominent social worker Anil Agarwal organizes interfaith weddings, providing...

ED Seizes ₹4,440 Crore Glocal University Assets Amid Fugitive Haji Iqbal Controversy

Questions of Justice and Political Influence Emerge as Enforcement...

MP: Nearly a Dozen Houses of Muslims Razed After Cops Allegedly Find “Beef” in Their Refrigerators

Team Clarion BHOPAL — The administration in Madhya Pradesh’s Mandla...

No Need to Teach About Riots, Babri Demolition in Schools: NCERT Chief

NEW DELHI — Rejecting accusations of saffronisation of school...