10 Facts That Prove Ayodhya Ram Mandir Always Existed

Excavations conducted by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) at the disputed site in Ayodhya unearthed remains of a large structure resembling a temple beneath the Babri Masjid. The findings provide tangible evidence of a pre-existing structure.


Archaeological Evidence:

Various historical texts and travelogues, including those of foreign travelers like Al-Biruni and Tulsidas' Ramcharitmanas, mention the existence of a grand temple dedicated to Lord Ram in Ayodhya.


Historical Accounts

Ayodhya has been revered as the birthplace of Lord Ram for centuries in Hindu tradition. The strong cultural and religious sentiments associated with the site substantiate the belief in the existence of a temple.


Cultural and Religious Beliefs: 

Some ancient inscriptions discovered in the region make references to a temple dedicated to Lord Ram. These inscriptions provide historical context supporting the temple's existence.


Ancient Inscriptions: 

Researchers have pointed out architectural alignments of structures and patterns in the layout of the disputed site that are consistent with the presence of a Hindu temple.


Structural Alignments: 

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European travelers in the medieval period, such as William Finch and Joseph Tiefenthaler, wrote about the existence of a temple or a structure resembling a temple at the disputed site.


Accounts by European Travelers: 

Historical court documents and revenue records dating back to the British colonial era also refer to the site as the location of a Hindu temple.


Court Documents: 

The local traditions and folklore of Ayodhya have perpetuated the belief in the existence of a grand temple dedicated to Lord Ram. These oral traditions have been passed down through generations.


Local Traditions: 

The Supreme Court of India, in its landmark judgment in 2019, acknowledged the existence of a Hindu temple beneath the Babri Masjid. The court's decision was based on a comprehensive examination of historical, archaeological, and cultural evidence.


Judicial Verdict: 

The controversial demolition of the Babri Masjid in 1992 revealed not only the disputed structure but also remnants of an intricate temple structure. This event further supports the claim that a Hindu temple stood at the site historically.


Demolition Event: 


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