Is any descendant of Raghuvansh living in Ayodhya
Justice SA Bobde, who asked questions on the fourth day of the hearing, said that he just wanted to know if any descendants of Raghuvansh were living in Ayodhya. The bench said that this question is being asked out of curiosity. In response to the bench's question, Parasharan, counsel for Ramlala side replied, "I am not aware at the moment." We will try to find out. Parasaran cited earlier Supreme Court rulings that the court had earlier considered Pahari, Sarovar as a juristic person.
'Kedarnath does not have an idol of God but a natural rock'
He said that in Hinduism, there is a very widespread form of God. God is not limited to any particular shape type. He mentioned the story of Prahlada being God in the pillar. Also said that God can also be in the temple which has no idol. Kedarnath does not have an idol of God but a natural rock. The place is also considered to be God. Chitrakoot is a great example of this where Lord Ram and Sita spent 13 years.
The arguments in this case will continue on August 13
Simultaneously cited the 1954 Yagnpurush Das judgment of five judges of the Supreme Court, in which the court said that it is not Hinduism but life. The arguments in this case will continue on August 13. Earlier during the hearing of the Rigveda, Shloka, Nadi were mentioned during Thursday's hearing, the Supreme Court judges were listening to the lawyers of Nirmohi Akhara and Ramlala Virajman.