Title Ayodhya Case Archaelogical Evidences
Book Condition New
Jacket Condition New
Publisher New Delhi, India B.R. Publishing Corporation 2011
Seller ID 110272
Contents Preface Mahatma Gandhis opinion Introduction 1 Details of legal battle and issues framed 2 Ground penetrating or radar survey 3 Archaeological evidences 4 Questions and answers - just a glimpse 5 Summary of report of the excavation conducted by archaeological survey of India 6 Judgments Annexures IndexThe book deals mainly on archaeological evidences of temples that came to light from excavation conducted by Archaeological Survey of India under orders from Lucknow Bench of Allahabad High CourtThe evidences and conclusively proved that there were successive temples below the disputed structure Even the court agreed that the disputed site is the birth place of Lord Rama and a very big temple marked the haloed birth place and the same was pulled down in 1528 C AD under the orders of the Muslim invader Babar The disputed structure was built against the tenets of Islam and thus had no full characters of mosqueThe court mainly depended on the radar survey results and archaeological evidence to reach conclusion and delivered their widely acclaimed judgmentThe book in simple terms brings all these facts for the scholars and common man so that truth could be brought before all jacket. Printed Pages: 158.
Ayodhya Case Archaelogical Evidences A.K. Sharma