The Arte Vivo Foundation said its founder Guruji has been in contact with several imams and swamis, including Acharya Ram Das of Nirmohi Akhara, to help find an out-of-court solution to the conflict in the temple RAM. Ravi Shankar told ANI on Saturday that the situation had changed and that people wanted peace. “You need a platform where both communities can show the essence of the fraternity, efforts were made in 2003-2004, but the environment is more positive now, I do it on a personal level, not politics,” he said.
The Foundation stated that it was too early to draw conclusions and that these discussions were not made in the name of the government. “Ravi Shankar has been in contact with several magnets and swamis, including Acharya Ram Das from Nirmohi Akhara,” the Arte de Vivir Foundation said in a statement. “Gurudev Guruji believes the atmosphere in the Ram Mandir This question gives the people of both communities the opportunity to unite to show their magnanimity and resolve the conflict in a friendly way,” he added.
The Foundation says that these unrealized discussions on behalf of a government or an organization have highlighted the positive energy and willingness of the leaders of both communities to move forward and reach a friendly settlement. However, the Muslim Personal Law Council in India (AIMPLB) denied having met with Ravi Shankar. The council said on Friday that it was ready to talk to Ravi Shankar if he wanted to, as they would have no problem holding a conversation and finding a solution.
The Allahabad High Court in 2010 ruled a three-way division of the disputed area of 2.77 acres in Ayodhya between the Sunni Waqf Board, Nirmohi Akhara and Ram Lalla Lord. The Supreme Court decided to reopen the hearing on the basis of 13 appeals against the 2010 ruling in four civil cases. Everything is planned to hear the historical case of the Babri Masjid-Ram temple from December 5.