National Round Table Conference to resolve inter-religious disputes
National Round Table conference, by MIT World Peace University, Pune, will be organized on Mahatma Jayanti – October 2 . Being conducted on the theme of 'Need to resolve amicably the Ram Janam Bhoomi– Babri Masjid isse at Ayodhya through inter-religious dialogue,' the conference is intended to discuss, deliberate and suggest a possible all-acceptable and peaceful solution to the contentious issue of Ram janma bhoomi-Babri Masjid.
'As of now, this complex problem is not just restricted to the title issue of the 2.77 acres of disputed land, which has been divided and allotted to three concerned parties by the Allahabad High Court in 2010 and which is now pending before the Supreme Court of India. Rather, it is more important to decide as to how and in what manner shall the adjoining 67 acres of government acquired completely vacant and waste land be utilized, which will possibly help in resolving this major issue,' said Professor Dr Vishwanath D Karad, President and UNESCO Chair Holder.
Learned Members including some scholars, thinkers, scientists, academicians, philosophers, men of religion and spirituality and other eminent people of India, belonging to World Peace Centre (Alandi), MAEER's MIT, Pune, India, have prepared a concept plan, design and architectural features of a 'Temple of Humanity/ Manavta Bhavan' as a possible and very amicable solution for this crucial and highly explosive and sensitive problem/issue, concerning the religious communities Hindus and Muslims of India.
'I hope and feel confident that with the construction of Shri Ram Temple, on the site of Ram janma bhoomi, the very birthplace of RAM, along with Vishwadharmi Shri Ram Manavta Bhavan, including places of worship dedicated to all the major
religions of India constructed on the adjoining vacant 67 acres of government acquired waste land, the entire Holy land of Ayodhya will certainly become the Cultural/Spiritual capital of not just Mother india but the entire world,' added Professor Dr Vishwanath D Karad.