It’s true that democracy is wonderful form of government but ever wonder where it was initially invented. Who were those people responsible for setting foundation of the concept of democracy? A concept that wasn’t available in any other civilisation that developed afterwards. One way or the other you must have read it somewhere that a King is everything in an empire, a king forms the law and a king is the law. Basically a king is supposed to do anything that he feels is correct, Right?
What if I tell you that there existed a Mighty King who had immense power yet he was most humble, a king most beautiful and yet he had only one wife, a worthy prince who was the first heir of throne and yet never screamed for his birth right, a king who always lived a life for others being selfless, a king who always faced misery and spent 14 years of his life in exile far from his kingdom and yet never complained, a king whose love of life was abducted, taken to far unknown place thousands of miles and yet he never gave up on her, he travelled thousands of miles barefoot to get his love back.
A king who fought a battle with the strongest man of all the three worlds (Heaven, Hell and Earth) and defeated that strongest man, yet never conquered his territory.
Words aren’t enough to explain that king and no language has any power to explain his true harmonious character and yet this king had to spend 500 years under a tent.
This could happen only in India and whether to call it a beauty of democracy or flaw of democracy which took it another 74 years, it’s up to you.
It is obvious that no religion should be facing any form of repression but India’s majority religion Hinduism had to face this devotional suppression in its own nation. However difficult to believe it sounds but yes, it actually happened. Maybe because of non-violent and peaceful approach of Hinduism this took 74 years even after Independence of India in 1947, or maybe slow and interruptive approach of solving this case under Indian judiciary should be held responsible, we can’t say actually.
The King that we have been writing about is none other than Lord Ram, the King of Ajodhya and the founder of democracy. Lord Ram established a kingdom for all the races, colours, creeds, therefore also denoted as Ram-Rajya (The best democracy any nation could have). A kingdom that had fundamental rights for both humans and animals, thousands of year before any civilisation on this planet, this kingdom had rights for all beings.
Indian Supreme Court advocate K. Parasaran who represented Lord Ram’s case in the most sensitive land dispute among Hindus and certain groups of Islamic faith, since all of Muslims were never against Ram Temple construction at ayodhaya’s demolished barbari masjid territory. Around 500 years before during the empire of Mughal emperor Babar, a descendent of Zhengis khan’s bloodstream demolished the most devoted place of worship for Hindus, The Ram temple at a place where Prince Ram was born thousands of years before. The temple itself was found to thousands of years old, when it was demolished.
There’s a saying by Indian Judiciary and constitution “truth shall prevail over lies” and this was rubber stamped by the Supreme Court of India, in its verdict of granting the entire disputed land of babri masjid to Hindus, based on key archaeological evidences (pillars, statues and various other anti-Islamic items) found under the foundations of babri masjid. These were found and secured by former Director of ASI North (archaeological survey of India) K.K. Muhammed and proved to be key evidences in the Honourable supreme court of India while making its final judgement.