Four Shankaracharyas Expose Congress Party And Gandhi Family?

Unveiling Perspectives: Four Shankaracharyas' Views on Ram Temple Ceremony and Congress Party - Gandhi Family Connections?


In the backdrop of the upcoming Shree Ram Pran Pratishta Ritual in Ayodhya on January 22, 2024, the stances of four prominent Shankaracharyas have sparked intense debate. Their perspectives on the Ram Temple and its consecration ceremony reveal intriguing nuances, reflecting the influence of political dynamics, especially with historical incidents like the arrest of Kanchi Shankaracharya Jayendra Saraswathi during the Congress regime. This article aims to delve into the divergent opinions of the Shankaracharyas and the apparent political pressures they face.



Uncover the mystery behind the divergent stands being taken by the Four Shankaracharyas on Shree Ram Mandir Pran Prathistha Ceremony at Ayodhya


Uncover the mystery behind the divergent stands being taken by the Four Shankaracharyas on Shree Ram Mandir Pran Prathistha Ceremony at Ayodhya


Divergent Opinions on Shree Ram Temple Pran Pratistha Ceremony


Concerns Raised by Swami Avimukteshwaranand Saraswati


Swami Avimukteshwaranand Saraswati, the Shankaracharya of Jyotirmath, has raised substantial concerns about the upcoming consecration ceremony. He contends that performing the ritual before the completion of the temple violates Hindu customs and disrespects the scriptures. Additionally, he questions the selection of priests and adherence to traditional guidelines, expressing reservations on procedural grounds.



Hesitance Echoed by Swami Swaroopanand Saraswati


Shankaracharya of Dwarka, Swami Swaroopanand Saraswati, while not explicitly opposing the ceremony, has expressed hesitance due to surrounding controversies. He suggests waiting for all stakeholders to reach a consensus, adding a cautious note to the proceedings.



Clarity from Swami Bharati Teerth and Swami Sadananda Saraswati


In contrast, Shankaracharyas Swami Bharati Teerth of Sringeri and Swami Sadananda Saraswati of Puri have clarified their positive stance on the temple's construction. Both welcome the event, emphasizing its joyous significance for Hindus. Importantly, they deny allegations of opposing the ceremony or the presence of the Prime Minister.



The Present Stand of Shankaracharyas on Attendance


No Definitive Confirmation from Any Shankaracharya


As of January 15, 2024, none of the four Shankaracharyas has explicitly confirmed attendance at the Ram Mandir event. Swamis Bharati Teerth and Sadananda Saraswati, while expressing no opposition, remain unconfirmed. On the other hand, Swamis Avimukteshwaranand Saraswati and Swaroopanand Saraswati, having raised objections to the timing and procedures, are considered highly unlikely to attend.



Uncover the mystery behind the divergent stands being taken by the Four Shankaracharyas on Shree Ram Mandir Pran Prathistha Ceremony at Ayodhya


Shree Ram Temple Ayodhya And Shree Somnath Temple Rituals Similarities:


As per the records, the consecration at Somnath (in the sanctum sanctorum) was done in an incomplete temple (with temple building work ongoing) way back then in 1951, after which the temple building was completed only in 1956.



Indira Gandhi Vs Swami Karpatri Maharaj Tragedy


Indira Gandhi had made a promise to Swami Karpatri Maharaj to ban cow slaughter on getting reelected to the Parliament, but after getting elected to the Parliament PM Indira Gandhi on 7th November 1966 (Gopashtmi) got the Sadhus, Gau Rakshaks, and Hindus massacred at the hands of the police while those Sadhus and Hindus were on an agitation outside The Parliament for reiterating their demand to ban cow slaughter and remind Indira Gandhi of her promise. During this massacre, while picking up the dead bodies of Sadhus, Gau Rakshaks And Hindus Swami Karpatri Maharaj gave a curse to the then PM Indira Gandhi that she would die on "Gopashtmi Day" (and so did it happen on 31st October 1984). Thereafter Shankracharya Niranjandev Tirth, Swami Hariharananda Ji, widely known as Karpatriji Maharaj along with Mahatma Ramchandra Veer observed fast unto death for the brutal killing of sadhus and Gau-bhakt devotees in Delhi. Mahatma Ramchandra Veer observed a long fast for 166 at that time. The next Home Minister (whose tenure lasted from 14 November 1966 to 27 June 1970) a widely known puppet of Indira Gandhi, Yashwantrao Balwantrao Chavan went to the fasting saints and promised to bring the ‘anti-slaughter bill’ in the next session of parliament and the saints ended their fasting. But, the anti-Hindu Congress government never kept the given promise.



Uncover the mystery behind the divergent stands being taken by the Four Shankaracharyas on Shree Ram Mandir Pran Prathistha Ceremony at Ayodhya



Historical Context - Kanchi Shankaracharya's Arrest


The events surrounding the arrest of Kanchi Shankaracharya Jayendra Saraswathi in 2004 sheds light on the historical connection between the Shankaracharyas and the Congress Party. His arrest, subsequently condemned by the Supreme Court for lack of credible evidence, underscores the political pressures faced by spiritual leaders during the Congress regime.



Conclusion:



The Shankaracharyas' diverse perspectives on the Ram Temple ceremony highlight the nuanced intersection of religion and politics. The historical backdrop of Kanchi Shankaracharya's arrest adds depth to the understanding of the political dynamics of the possibilities of the Congress Party and the Gandhi Family influencing spiritual leaders including the Four Shankaracharyas. As the Shree Ram Pran Pratishta Ritual approaches, the evolving situation demands careful observation for updates through official statements and reliable news sources, ensuring an accurate portrayal of the Shankaracharyas' stances and the broader political landscape.


Additional Sources:


1. Somnath Temple


2. The Times Of India


3.  OpIndia


4. India Today


5. The Economic Times


6. The Times Of India


5. The Economic Times

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