The Temple of Ram in Hindu Scriptures

Originally posted 2017-05-22 09:35:34.

The proposed figure of Rammandir where the Babri Masjid stood once before its demolition.

This video is about an interesting debate between a Hindu and a Muslim brother.

The Hindu brother expresses his pride in the victory in the election in India and says that they will build Rammandir or the temple of Rama in Ayodhya after this victory.

The Muslim brother: Will you build the temple of Rama according to the teachings of your religion or will you build it according to your own wish?

The Hindu brother: Surely, we will build it according to the teachings in our religion.

The Muslim brother: Yajur Veda, Chapter 32, Verse 3 says: God does not have any shape or figure. This is in your scripture, if God does not have any picture or idol, then how will you make the idol of Rama in the temple?

In addition, the Upanishad says that God does not have any mother or father, no children or any wife. He is Alone, and He is One. How will you build a temple having the statue of God rather statues for the whole family of God? Please, answer my question. Then, the Hindu brother became silent.

Every true religion of the world has the same message of monotheism that has been summarized in the Glorious Qur’an in Surat Al-Ikhlas.

“Say (O Muhammad!): “He is Allah, the One, Allah is the Self-Sufficient, Master, Whom all creatures need, He begets not, nor was He begotten, and there is none co-equal or comparable unto Him.” (Al-Ikhlas 112:1-4)

If this is the true message, then, please, do not shed blood in the name of religion.

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