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Line 15 of this inscription, for example, clearly tells us that a beautiful temple of Vishnu-Hari, built with heaps of stones ... unparalleled by any other temple built by earlier kings ... was built in the temple-city of Ayodhya situated in Saketamandala. Line 19 describes god Vishnu as destroying king Bali ...

and the ten headed personage (Dashanana, i.e., Ravana)." The inscription confirms what archaeologists Lal and Gupta had earlier found about the existence of a temple complex.

I have given a copy of the Hari-Vishnu inscription.

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It is written in 12th century AD Devanagari script and belongs therefore to the period before the onslaught of the Ghorids (1192 AD and later).

It was later examined by Ajay Mitra Shastri, Chairman of the Epigraphical Society of India who gave the following summary.

When we survey even a small part of this vast literature, we find that until recently, until some politicians created the so-called 'controversy', no author--Hindu, Muslim, European or British official--questioned that a temple existed on the spot, which had been destroyed to erect the mosque. He destroyed the ancient temple and on its site built a mosque, still known as Babar's mosque.

We may begin with a couple of references from European writers from published sources that are widely available. Fuhrer in his , Archaeological Survey of India Report, 1891, pp 296-297 records: "Mir Khan built a masjid in A. 930 during the reign of Babar, which still bears his name. The materials of the old structure [i.e., the temple] were largely employed, and many of the columns were in good preservation." One could cite many more in similar vein, but these examples should suffice for recent European records. So let us have its darsana.'" This indicates that Nanak visited Ayodhya shortly before the destruction of the Rama temple by Babar.

Then there is the evidence of the three inscriptions at the site of the mosque itself, at least two of which mention its construction by Mir Baqi (or Mir Khan) on the orders of Babar. Former Director General of ASI] took as many as 14 trenches at different places to ascertain the antiquity of the site.

Babar's Memoir mentions Mir Baqi as his governor of Ayodhya. Gupta (former director of the Allahabad Museum), has to say about recent excavations at Ayodhya: "At Ayodhya, Professor Lal [B. It was then found that the history of the township was at least three thousand years old, if not more...

We know that this area was ravaged by Muslim invaders following Muhammad of Ghor's defeat of Prithviraj Chauhan in the second battle of Tarain in 1192 AD.

This was apparently rebuilt and remained in use until destroyed again in the 16th century by Babar.

This was drowned in all the noise generated in the emotionally charged climate following the destruction of the disputed structure on December 6, 1992.

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