Finally, the most awaited verdict in India's history is out. This time the government had taken all the possible precautions to avoid any sort of unwanted incidents. Learning from the past experience, the common man has also shown a great level of maturity and accepted the verdict calmly. The government, the political parties, the media and the common citizens all played their roles with dignity. Right now, the environment in the country is of understanding, maturity and respect to each other's religion. Everyone is talking about forgetting the past and starting a fresh. Overall, the spirit is positive.
The court has tried to please everybody. It was a very difficult job. But they have succeeded in that to some extent. The real test will begin now - when it comes to implementing the court's decision. It is going to take a long time. The involved parties are planning to go to the supreme court. We will have to see what the supreme court says on that. In short, it is going to be a lengthy process. Only thing is, the kind of understanding and maturity people are showing now, should be maintained in coming days too.
The court has taken a very good decision by distributing the disputed land equally among all parties. It will be great if all involved parties broaden their horizons and take the decision of using this land for some good purpose.
Ayodhya has always been a place of religious interest for Hindus and it will remain so forever. Majority of people in Ayodhya depend upon this religious tourism for their bread and butter. Now due to this historical verdict, Ayodhya has attracted the attention of the world. The government should use it for the development of this area.
The disputed land can be used to construct a museum that shows a history of India during Vedic era as well as Mughal era. Besides that a symbolic all religion prayer place can be constructed there. That will surely highlight the secularism in India. I am sure that these things will increase the number of tourists visiting Ayodhya and will contribute to the development of this place and well-being of the people in Ayodhya who have suffered a lot in all these decades.
We can only hope for the best. After all, "Ishwar Allah tero naam. Sabko sanmati de Bhagwan...."