Nirmohi Akhara

September 30, 2010 by staff 

Nirmohi Akhara, A judge of the Allahabad High Court made a very strange case involving the Babri Masjid at the beginning of the day. The Holy Land has been cut into three, two sections for the remaining Hindus and Muslims.

The case had to decide very strange characters, like the popular Hindu god Lord Ram, which was treated as a plaintiff in the case of Hindus in the case. Other strange characters were also considered in the case and below.

The verdict gave a third of the land sacred to Nirmohi Akhar, a Hindu sect loyal to the Hindu god Ram. His name translates as meaning not interested in worldly possessions. They are usually known as tight sacred Hindu sadhus. Testified in court that they know nothing about the Babri Masjid mosque, located in Ayodha. He also refuted allegations that the commander Babur Mughal rule does not enforce any part of India. A third of the site was given to Lord Ram and his supporters in the court in accordance with the verdict.

There is a building known as Ram Janmabhoomi Ayodha for which the Babri mosque located in the old uses. It was one of the main areas of dispute in the event of a dispute that has lasted more than 60 years. Ram is a very sacred recital of Vishnu, the Hindu god of preservation.

The Sunni Waqf Board has been charged by law to take care of property belonging to Sunni Muslims are well suited to the promotion of Sunni Islam or related charities. The board Waqs Sunnis in Uttar Pradesh, was one of the plaintiffs in the case and was given a third of the holy land by the verdict of the court.

Ram Lalla is deities of the Hindus who have been in the main part of the mosque since 1949. His results as a baby and many trials these deities Hindus wanted to stay in the mosque, while Muslims have been trying to get rid of them.

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