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Rama janma bhumi at Ayodhya

Photograph of the disputed shrine published in P. Carnegy’s book A Historical sketch of Fyzabad Tehsil, including the former Capitals of Ajudhia and Fyzabad in 1870.

Kishore Kunal is a former I.P.S. officer who was instrumental in mutual negotiations between the Hindus and the Muslims during the days of three Prime Ministers – V.P. Singh, Chandra Shekhar and P.V. Narasimha Rao. He is author of two very authentic books on Ayodhya: Ayodhya Revisited and Ayodhya : Beyond Adduced Evidence. The first book has the Foreword from the former Chief Justice of India. Justice G. B. Patnaik, whereas another former Chief Justice of India Justice M. N. Veakatachaliah has written Foreword to the second book. Kunal suggested suitable suggestions to all the Prime Ministers in accordance with the situations prevailing at relevant times. Though, after the demolition of the disputed shrine and enactment of ‘Place of Worship (Special Provisions) Act, 1991 the solution has become very difficult at present, yet he is suggesting an effective solution which will satisfy all saner elements. According to Kunal the key to the solution of this dispute is hidden in the Place of Worship (Special Provisions) Act, 1991.  Read more>>

This website is related to Amawa Rama Mandir situated in the close proximity of Rama Janma Bhoomi. This Amawa Mandir stands at the very site where existed the temple of Raghu dynasty.

NIKHIL BHARATIYA TEERTH VIKAS SAMITI

Nikhil Bharatiya Teerth Vikas Samiti is an all-India Society registered under Societies Registration Act, 1860 for the development of pilgrim centers. Its registration no. is 36064 of 1999.

Its registered office is

63, Vigyan Vihar,

Delhi - 110092.

But the project office is located at :

Amawa Mandir Complex,

Ramkot at Ayodhya in U.P.

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Ayodhya Rama Mandir

This website is related to Amawa Rama Mandir situated in the close proximity of Rama Janma Bhoomi. This Amawa Mandir stands at the very site where existed the temple of Raghu dynasty.

Aims and Objects

The aims and objects, for which the Society is established, are as under:-

  • The all-round development of pilgrim places (Teerth) in India.The development of roads and ghats as well as improvement in sanitation and environment of the pilgrim centres. Readmore>

Ramayan Research Institute:

It is spread over 5 acres of land and has got a magnificent palace known as Bhuwarreshwari Bhawan after the name of the late Rani of Amawa Estate in Bihar. The palace, which-was built in 1920-21, consists of 50 big rooms and 8 courtyards. The total built-up area of the palace is 2244 sq.m. The Samiti has repaired the palace to some extent. But it requires massive renovation to convert this palace into a Ramayan Research Institute. It is likely to incur an expenditure to the tune of around 50 lakh rupees...Read more>>

 

Rituals in the Temple

The Samiti will be facilitating the performance of rituals for the devotees in the Amawa Mandir Complex with or without their physical presence at Ayodhya:.

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Fees, when Yajman is present

 

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Fees, when Yajman is not present. (Online Puja)

 

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Account details for deposit of fees for rituals:

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Required details for submission of fees for rituals

 

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Deities in Amawa Mandir

DOCUMENTS ON AYODHYA RAMA JANMABHUMI

Recent Researches

Janma Sthan is the place where Ram Lallaji is Virajman

Janma Sthan is the place where Ram Lallaji is Virajman

Muslim Parties have been claiming that there are three sites at Ayodhya which claim to be the birth-spot of Lord Rama. The sites suggested are Janmasthan temple across the road, Chabutara and the Ram Janma Bhumi where Rama Lalla is virajman. The correctness of the claim of each site is discussed below:

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Photograph of the disputed shrine published in P. Carnegy’s book A Historical sketch of Fyzabad Tehsil, including the former Capitals of Ajudhia and Fyzabad in 1870.

Ayodhya Dispute does have a just solution : Kishore Kunal’s candid views

Kishore Kunal is a former I.P.S. officer who was instrumental in mutual negotiations between the Hindus and the Muslims during the days of three Prime Ministers – V.P. Singh, Chandra Shekhar and P.V. Narasimha Rao. He is author of two very authentic books on Ayodhya:

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