Other Hindu parties -- Nirmohi Akhara, All India Hindu Mahasabha and devotee Visharad -- had filed their written notes on Saturday in this case.
The reference to the pictorial map showing the exact birthplace of Lord Ram at the disputed site in Ayodhya by Senior advocate Vikas Singh, was objected by Rajeev Dhavan.
A bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi also asked the Registry to apprise it as to how much time it would take to do so, if possible.
The moment a 5-judge Constitution bench assembled to commence hearing, senior advocate Rajeev Dhavan brought into its notice that Ansari has been attacked.
On Thursday, the Akhara claimed it was the sole 'shebait' of Ram Lalla at the disputed site, prompting the court to say if it was so the Akhara cannot have the title over disputed land.
If Nirmohi Akhara claims 'shabaitship' of deity, it would lose title right over disputed land: Supreme Court
Akhara claimed to be the sole official 'shabait' of deity 'Ram Lalla Virajman' at the disputed site since time immemorial and had said that that it had been appointing 'priest' for worship there.
Ayodhya hearing: Lord Ram's birthplace is deity, no one can claim right over it, Ram Lalla's lawyer tells SC
Babri Masjid was demolished by right-wing activists on December 6, 1992 in Ayodhya, leading to the protracted legal battle.