‘Ram temple site in Ayodhya a Buddhist Sthal’ recovered Mauryan ancient artifacts
Claiming that the ancient artefacts found during the land levelling work at Ram Janmabhoomi in Ayodhya on Thursday proved that it was a Buddha Sthal (Buddhist pilgrimage site), Congress leader Udit Raj demanded analysis of the recovered items by Archaeological Survey of India (ASI).
Antique artifacts found on Thursday’s land-level work at Ram Janmabhoomi in Ayodhya prove that it is a Buddhist pilgrimage, while Congress leader Udit Raj seized the archaeological survey of India (ASI). Analysis.
The former MP said in a tweet on Friday that the ‘Dhamma Chakra’ and ‘Stupa’ sites have given evidence to his claim.
“I am not commenting on the Supreme Court’s decision because it is a credible matter. ‘Clear to what I’m saying Proof.
“The Chinese Buddhist monk Faxian who went to India wrote that there are 100 Ashoka Stupas in Ayodhya. I want the historical facts to be preserved and not distorted.
Ground leveling work began on May 11 at the proposed site of the Ram temple.
Title Recently recovered ancient artifacts from the proposed site of Ram temple in Ayodhya.