A curated list of articles on the Ayodhya dispute capturing the nuances, complexities and the context of the case.
The reconstruction of a Ram temple at janmabhoomi is about Hinduism being regarded as a living faith.
The PM’s statement gives them the right opportunity to rethink how the Ram temple will be built.
The choice of bench judges may well be seen – in hindsight – as either extremely inspired, or a monumental mistake.
The author had been in Ayodha on 6 December, 1992, watching the domes of the Babri Masjid fall. She revisited
Muslims want the status quo to continue. Hindus want the monument to be opened for worship.
The Modi government, despite having a Lok Sabha majority, has actually done little to push any Hindu agenda.
Excerpts from Swarajya’s interview with Indian archaeologist Dr Muhammed K K.
Two years ago, the SP government in UP had stopped transportation of stones to Ayodhya - that has resumed now
It is not surprising that people are asking uncomfortable questions about his proximity to jihadis-jihad apologists.
A peek into the legal history of the Ayodhya dispute.
Change is in the air in Ayodhya. But will it eventually lead to a Ram temple on the disputed site?
Why Parliament should intervene in the seven decade long case of the Ram temple at Ayodhya.
It is also wrong for the court – and some of the Hindu petitioners – to treat the case as a mere property dispute
It is time for all of us to sit and exclaim: The Left has no clothes
BJP’s watchword for the coming elections should be ‘Mandir Bachao’, rather than ‘Mandir Banao’.
There’s a need to better understand this land, before well-meaning suggestions of compromise for Ayodhya are offered.
Ayodhya is associated with Ram in the Indian psyche from time immemorial.
No court can end rancour between two communities by just sticking to the law.
Indian Muslims deserve better friends.