Ratnesh Dwivedi's Blog – November 2019 Archive (2)

The Truth of 2.77 Acre Land (Part-2)

Jai Singh Sawai ( popular as " Sawai Jai Singh ", 1688-1743) bought religious lands in Mathura , Vrindavan , Varanasi , Allahabad , Ujjain and Ayodhya , in North India at Hindu religious centers and set up Jaisinghpuras .One such Jaisinghpur is still located near my village in Ayodhya where present day’s Mayor of Ayodhya also lves .Kapad Dwar Museum in Jaipur City Palace hosts collection of these activities . Jai Singh bought land at Ram’s Birth Place in 1717 in Ramkot area . The ownership…

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The Truth of 2.77 Acre Land (Part-1)

The truth of 2.77 acre land and birth place of Ram Lala Virajman lies beneath the surface of site and is as old as the human civilization. People first debate whether the existence of lord Rama is true or he was mere a mythological character about whom you can read in books like ‘Ramayana’ and Ramcharit Manas. Whether Concept of ‘Incarnation and Reincarnation’ itself is true, is defined in different ways in different religions. If religions like ‘Islam’ does not believe in Incarnation and…

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