Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Demolition of Ram Janma Bhumi as recorded by Tulsi das


 

 

Jagadguru Ramanandacharya Swami

Rambhadracharya, aged about 54 years (vide his affidavit

dated 15.7.2003) has said the following in his cross examination as under.

The major evidence he has given was Sri Tulsishatak written by Tulsi Das grieving over the demolition of Ram Janma Bhumi.

 

 

 

"As per my study and knowledge, Ayodhya-situated

disputed site itself is the birthplace of Lord Sri Rama. It is

known to all that Lord Sri Rama was born in Ayodhya itself

and the disputed site is, as per faith, tradition and belief,

recognised by the followers of Hinduism as the birthplace

of Sri Rama since the time immemorial, and the worship of

that place has consistently been performed."

 

 

 "As per Hindu scriptures, idols and the places of gods

are revered worshipping which a man attains liberation."

 

 

 " Particular places have special importance in Hindu

scriptures and they are self deified and revered as

Swayambhudev (God of land in themselves). By virtue of

faith, tradition and worship, this type of places are the most

exalted places of worship in the minds of people from

eternity. This type of places blessed with divinity do not

require 'Shivait' or 'Sarvarahakar' or 'Mahanta'.

Appointment of 'Shivait' or 'Sarvarahakar' or 'Mahanta'

needs to be made at man-made places of gods."

 

 

 "Description of Ayodhya being the birthplace of

Raghavendra Lord Sri Rama and the disputed site being

Sri Rama's birthplace, is found in Valmiki Ramayana,

Atharvaveda,

Yajurveda,

Ramtapniyayopanishad,

Skandapurana and Tulsidas's literature.

 

 

Goswami  Tulsidas, in his 'Sri Tulsishatak' has clearly described the

deeds of Muslims and Babur and the mosque having been

built by Mir Baqi after demolishing Sri Ram Janam Mandir

at Ayodhya, which runs as follows

 

 

Goswami Tulsidas Ji says that 'Yavans'

(barbarians /Mohammedans) ridicule hymns, several

Upnishads and treatises like Brahmans, Puranas, Itihas

(histories) etc. and also the Hindu society (orthodox

religion) having faith in them. They exploit the Hindu

society in different ways.

 

 

Goswami Tulsi Das says that forcible attempts are

being made by Muslims to expel the followers of Hinduism

from their own native place (country), forcibly divesting

them of their Shikha (lock of hair on the crown of head)

and 'Yagyopaveet' (sacrificial thread) and causing them to

deviate from their religion. Tulsi Das terms this time as a

hard and harrowing one.

 

 

Describing the barbaric attack of Babur, Goswami Ji

says that he indulged in gruesome genocide of the natives

of that place (followers of Hinduism), using sword (army).

Gowami Tulsi Das Ji says that countless atrocities

were committed by foolish 'Yavans' (Mohammedans) in

Awadh (Ayodhya) in and around the summer of Samvat

1585, that is, 1528 AD (Samvat 1585- 57=1528 AD).

 

 

Describing the attack made by 'Yavans', that is,

Mohammedans on Sri Ramjanambhumi temple, Tulsi Das

Ji says that after a number of Hindus had been mercilessly

killed, Sri Ram Janam Bhumi temple was broken to make it

a mosque.

 

Looking at the ruthless killing of Hindus, Tulsi Ji

says that his heart felt aggrieved, that is, it began to weep,

and on account of incident it continues to writhe in pain.

 

 

Seeing the mosque constructed by Mir Baqi in

Awadh, that is, Ayodhya in the wake of demolition of Sri

Ram Janam Bhumi temple preceded by the grisly killing of

followers of Hinduism having faith in Rama and also

seeing the bad plight of the temple of his favoured deity

Rama, the heart of Tulsi began to always cry tearfully for

Raghuraj (the most revered among the scions of the Raghu

Dynasty).

 

Being aggrieved thereby, submitting himself to

the will of Sri Rama, he shouted: O Ram ! Save....Save...

Tulsi Das Ji says that the mosque was constructed by

the wicked Mir Baqi after demolishing Sri Ram Janam

Bhumi temple, situated in the middle of Awadh, that is,

Ayodhya.

 

 

Tulsi Das Ji says that the Quran as well as Ajaan call

is heard from the holy place of Sri Ram Janam Bhumi,

where discourses from Shrutis, Vedas, Puranas, Upnishads

etc. used to be always heard and which used to be

constantly reverberated with sweet sound of bells."

 

 

 

 "In his work 'Kavitavali', Goswami Tulsidas while

expressing detachment from the society and his attachment

and faith towards Lord Rama has mentioned about the

disputed site in the following lines:

 

 

 

"Dhoot Kahaun, Avadhoot Kahaun, Rajpoot

Kahaun, Jolha Kahaun Kou.

Kahu Ki Beti Se Beta Na Byahab, Kahu Ki Jati

Bigaran Sou.

Tulsi Sar Naam Gulamu Hai Ram Ko, Jako

Ruche So kahe Kachhu Jou.

Mangi Ke Khaibon, Maseet Me Soibo, Laive

Ko Eku Na Deve Ke Dou."

 

 

 " The Veda equivalent Valmiki Ramayana is

considered to have been composed in the period of Lord

Sri Rama. While describing the time, climate, planets etc.

of the birth of Lord Sri Rama in Sarga-18 of Balkand in the

Valmiki Ramayana, Maharishi Valmiki has clearly

described the birthplace of Lord Sri Rama through the

words 'Sarvalok Namaskrit' in the following Shloka-

"Tato Yagye Samapte Tu Ritunam Shat

Samatyuyah.

Tatasch Dwadashe

 

 

"24. The religious books specially Ramtapniopanishad,

Veda-Vedangas contain description of all four forms of

God Almighty viz. (1) Name, (2) Form, (3) Leela (actions)

and (4) Dham (abode), besides the method of offering

prayer.

 

The word Dham implies Janmbhumi (birthplace),

as is clear from the following Shloka-

"Dharm Sthane Prakashe Cha Janmbhumau

Tathaiva Cha.

Kirane Chaiv Vigyeyam Tatha

Chandanrashmino." (E.T.C.)

Accordingly it is clear that the Sri Ramjanmbhumi is

worshipable alike favoured deity and since time

immemorial, the Hindu devotees have been continuously

revering the said place as the centre of their faith."

 

 

 

( About Jagadguru Ramanandacharya Swami :-

 

He is blind since the age of 2 months due to lack of

medical assistance. His real name given by the family is Girdhar

Mishra and his father's name is Pt. Rajdeo Mishra.

He has

studied from Prathama to Acharya, Vidya Varidhi and

Vachaspati from Sampurnanand Sanskrit Unviersity, Varanasi

and did Shastri in 1973 securing highest marks, was awarded

gold medal by the University. Similarly, in Acharya

Examination passed in 1976 he secured highest marks and got

five gold medals.

 

He did his research in "Adhyatmaramayane

Apaniniya Prayoganam Vimarshah" and was conferred Ph.D. in

1982. In 1995 he was conferred D.Lit. on the subject

"Paniniyashtadhyayh Pratisutram Shabdabodh Samiksha".

 

He

has studied Veda, Vedanga, Upnishahd, Vyakaran and

Dharmshastra thoroughly and is author of 76 books. Residing at

Chitrakoot since 1983, changing his name as Rambhadracharya,

he established in 1987 Sri Tulsi Peeth at Chitrakoot. He was

honoured as Jagadguru Ramanandacharya in 1988 at Varanasi

and was seated as Sri Tulsi Peethadheeshwar Jagadguru

Ramanandacharya Swami Rambhadracharya in Kumbh

Allahabad in 1989.

 

He established Jagadguru Rambhadracharya

Viklang Vishwavidyalaya Chitrakoot of which he is Vice

Chancellor. Presently 14 students are undergoing research under

his guidance. He belongs to Ramanandi Sampradaya and

worships Lord Sri Ram. He has studied about Lord Sri Ram in

religious books. He has knowledge of all Indian languages

including English except Urdu; and in Sanskrit he possesses

special knowledge.

He has widely travelled abroad. )

 

4 comments:

Wanderingmind said...

Kudos to you article and research on Shri Ram-janmab bhumi.
All these articles are a tight slap on the pseudosecular faces.
May Ramji bless you

jayasree said...

Thanks Ms Medha. I request you and others who happen to read these information to pass on to others.

Popat said...

Jai Ramji Jayasree,

Congratulation for publishing very important piece of information which you do not read in news media and many people like myself are ignorant about.

I would like to how this piece of evidence was treated by the learned judges in their judgement.

Popat

Popat

jayasree said...

Dear Popatji,

This information was filed in the court and told to the court by Swami Ramabhadracharya.

You can read his account from page no 780 onwards in the link (and other witness' accounts too)
http://www.scribd.com/doc/38595149/Sudhir-Agarwal-4

The one important person who ignored this or feigned ignorance and questioned why Tulsi das did not mention this in Ram Charita Manas was Justice Khan!!!

My article on why Tulsidas did not mention the demolition in Ram Charita Manas can be read in this link:-

http://jayasreesaranathan.blogspot.com/2010/10/tulsi-das-didnt-mention-ram-temple.html

Vivekanada Kendralaya in Chennai has reproduced this in Tamil in their magazine to reach to the common man.