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Visit of Guru Nanak Devji supports faith of Hindus: SC

Visit of Guru Nanak Devji supports faith of Hindus: SC
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The visit of Sikhism founder Guru Nanak Dev, whose 550th birth anniversary celebrations are underway, to Ayodhya for darshan of Janmabhoomi of Lord Ram in 1510-11 A.D supports the faith and belief of Hindus that the site was the birthplace of the deity, the Supreme Court said on Saturday.

New Delhi : The visit of Sikhism founder Guru Nanak Dev, whose 550th birth anniversary celebrations are underway, to Ayodhya for darshan of Janmabhoomi of Lord Ram in 1510-11 A.D supports the faith and belief of Hindus that the site was the birthplace of the deity, the Supreme Court said on Saturday.

The apex court said Janma Sakhies, which have been brought on record contains a description of visit of Guru Nanak Devji to Ayodhya, where he had darshan of birthplace of Lord Ram.

A five-judge Constitution bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, without specifying the name, said one of the five judges while being in agreement with the reasons and directions, has recorded separate reasons on: 'Whether the disputed structure is the birth-place of Lord Ram according to the faith and belief of the Hindu devotees?'

The judge concerned, in the reasons recorded separately, said there is no material to identify the exact place of Ram Janmabhoomi but the visit of Guru Nanak Devji to Ayodhya for darshan of Janmabhoomi of Ram is an event, which depicted that pilgrims were visiting there even before 1528 AD.

It was stated in the apex court that Babri Masjid was constructed by Emperor Babur in 1528.

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