By Dirgha Raj Prasai : Shree Bala Thakrey was one of the greatest Hindu nationalist in India. We, Nepalese people also always regard his aspirations and contribution. The late Bala Thakey is immortal in the mind of all Hindus in all over the world. No one can forget his contributions. Actually, he is just like great memorial Hindu leader in all over the world. He never compromised on any Hindu issue for the power or any allurement. His vision on Hinduism is immortal. He stood with all of us who chose the difficult path of the similar vision in the atmosphere polluted by power mongers & vote greedy Muslim appeasement. In the issue of Muslim reservation or of Bharat-Pak Cricket he had his clear & strong views which gained him criticism from the so called secular but he kept on walking on his chosen path like a True Tiger! He would always take trouble to call many of us when we would raise any Hindu issue-in the time of Ram Mandir in Ayodhya was great. I and my wife also interested to attain in Ayothya from Nepal, but being the Corfu in Banaras but we could not attain in Ram Mandir-the birth place of Lord RAM.
In 1520 the Muslim ruler Baber came, plundered, ruined, and demolished Rama Temple and built Babri Masjid using the demolished debris. No nation can afford to ignore the history. History of mankind has not started on 1528. Among the excavation yields ASI mentioned were stone and decorated bricks, mutilated sculpture of divine couple, carved architectural members including foliage patterns, amalaka, kapotapali, doorjamb with semi-circular shrine pilaster, broken octagonal shaft of black schist pillar, lotus motif, circular shrine having pranjala (watershute) in the north and 50 pillar bases in association with a huge structure. This should give some idea of the magnitude of the distortion involved in turning Babar into a tolerant person, let alone a prince charming. And when in a particularly happy mood, he composed the following dirge: ‘For the sake of Islam I became a wanderer; I battled infidels and Hindus. I determined to become a martyr Thank God I became a holy warrior.’ http://savetemples.org
Sudhir-Architect has posted- (in shirt) In 1528 A.D. Babar came to Ayodhya and he destroyed the ancient temple and on its site built a mosque, still
known as Babar’s mosque. The materials of the old structure [i.e., the temple]
were largely employed, and many of the columns were in good preservation.” Guru Nanak. He was a contemporary of Babar, and an eyewitness to his vandalism. Nanak condemned him in the strongest terms. The historian Harsh Narain in his book The Ayodhya Temple Mosque Dispute: Focus on Muslim Sources, writes: “Guru Nanak, according to Bhai Man Singh’s Pothi Janam Sakhi, said to have been composed in 1787 Anno Vikrami/1730 A.D., visited Ayodhya and said to his Muslim disciple Mardana: ‘Mardania! eh Ajudhia nagari Sri Ramachandraji ki hai. So,chal, iska darsan kari’e. Translation: ‘Mardana! This Ayodhya city belongs to Sri Ramachandra Ji. So let us have its Darsana.'” This indicates that Nanak visited Ayodhya shortly before the destruction of the Rama temple by Babar. Another work by Baba Sukhbasi Ram gives a similar account, again suggesting that Nanak visited Ayodyha before the temple was destroyed by his contemporary, the Mughal invader Babar.
Since 1992, we all Hindus in the world were disturbing about the confusion of Ram Janambhumi of Ayodhya, but at 30 Sep-2010, UP- High Court’s verdict and the unambiguous decision that the Ram Janma Bhumi Mandir site is indeed the birth place of Lord Ram and indeed a Hindu temple has existed there from time immemorial. We Nepalese Hindus never forget the great leadership of Shree Thakrey and BJP also.
Muslim sources also give a similar account. After the destruction of Babar’s mosque the excavation report said- ‘These pits gave away two-thousand year
old molded bricks and ornate stone pieces of different shapes and sizes. The
news item dishonored these facts. Beautiful stone pieces bearing carved Hindu ornamentations like lotus, Kaustubh jewel, alligator facade, etc., have been used in these walls. These decorated architectural pieces have been anchored with precision at varied places in the walls. A tiny portion of a stone slab is sticking out at a place below 20 feet in one of the pits. The rest of the slab lies covered in the wall. The projecting portion bears a five-letter Dev Nagari inscription that turns out to be a Hindu name. The items found below 20 feet should be at least 1,500 years old. According to archaeologists about a foot of loam layer gathers on topsoil every hundred years. Primary clay was not found even up to a depth of 30 feet. It provides the clue to the existence of some structure or the other at that place during the last 2,500 years. Please read- detail-http://www.hvk.org/specialarts/safa/safa.html
Muslim and Christian religions also took birth long after the creation of Hindu religion and its civilization. An extensive and erudite amalgam of Hindu knowledge brings together the scholarly and the spiritual. It reflects the culture of one of the oldest and the riches living civilizations of the world in all its glory and splendor. It is proved that Jesus was influenced on Vedic Hindu philosophy.
Hindu religion is the most personally expansive and psychologically empowering religion on earth. It is a path that teaches its followers to be fearless, dedicated, focused, strong, assertive, self-controlled, virtuous, self-reliant, and to strive for excellence in all endeavors. It teaches us how to be civilized. Vedic-Hindu can only empower us is such a manner, however, when the full philosophy and lifestyle of religion is actually followed and practiced in daily life. Hindu is a religion of the possible. It is a tradition that teaches us that anything and everything that we can dream is attainable. We, Hindus are radically free to perform any positive task, to reach out boldly toward any constructive goal, to achieve any vision that our imaginations can reveal. The Hindu religion is more democratic and frees us from the bonds of ignorance and fear that bind us, and gives mighty wings to realize our inner yearning for peace, joy, and unlimited freedom.