Ram tem­ple trustee calls for Mandir and Masjid at Ay­o­d­hya

The Sunday Guardian - - Front Page - AREEBA FALAK NEW DELHI

One of the trustees of the ex­ist­ing largest Ram tem­ple in Ay­o­d­hya has called for an am­i­ca­ble set­tle­ment be­tween Hin­dus and Mus­lims in the Babri Masjid and Ram Jan­mab­hoomi land dis­pute case, some­thing that will favour both com­mu­ni­ties. Mad­hukar Shah, pres­i­dent of the “Sri Br­ish Bhan Param Setu Pri­vate Trust”, which runs the largest “Sri Kanak Bhavan” tem­ple in Ay­o­d­hya’s Ramkot area, be­longs to the fam­ily of Ma­haraja Sir Pratap Singh Judev of Orchha in Bun­delk­hand, Mad­hya Pradesh. Shah, 76, is the el­dest liv­ing mem­ber of the royal fam­ily and can read Hindi and Urdu with equal flu­ency. The foun­da­tion of Sri Kanak Bhavan was laid by Ku­mari Br­ish Bhan, Shah’s great grand­mother, in 1885. Ku­mari Br­ish Bhan had left

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