Ram Lalla Virajman

K Parasaran, 'Pitamaha' of India Bar, emerges hero in Ayodhya land dispute case

The 92-year-old senior lawyer had told the apex court that it must do 'full and complete justice' in all matters before it and that his last wish before he died was to finish the case.

published on : 10th November 2019

High Court verdict on three-way division of land failed to settle dispute

The Allahabad HC had dismissed the suit filed by the Sunni Waqf Board for possession of the Babri Masjid because it was time-barred.

published on : 9th November 2019

Ayodhya case: Temple destroyed to build mosque, says Ram Lalla Virajman's advocate

Senior advocate C S Vaidyanathan, appearing for the deity, told the court that the ASI's report refers to figures of crocodiles and tortoise, which were alien to the Muslim culture.

published on : 20th August 2019

Ayodhya land dispute: No hearing in SC as Constitution bench judge unavailable

The Constitution bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi was scheduled to hear arguments of senior lawyer C S Vaidyanathan, representing deity 'Ram Lalla Virajman', for the eighth day.

published on : 19th August 2019

Hindus believe Ayodhya is Ram's birthplace; court shouldn't go beyond to see rationality: SC told

Senior advocate C S Vaidyanathan, appearing for deity Ram Lalla Virajman, advanced arguments before a five-judge constitution bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi.

published on : 14th August 2019

On fifth day of Ayodhya hearing, arguments in SC on whether temple existed on disputed site

Senior advocate C S Vaidyanathan, appearing for deity Ram Lalla Virajman, advanced arguments on whether there was an existing temple over which the mosque came up.

published on : 13th August 2019

Are descendants of Lord Ram still there at Ayodhya, asks Supreme Court

The idol is not necessary in the Hinduism for a place to be regarded as a temple, advocate K Parasaran, appearing for 'Ram Lalla Virajman' said.

published on : 9th August 2019

Ayodhya case: SC asks how birthplace of deity can be made party to land dispute

The apex court said that so far as Hindu deities are concerned, they have been legally treated as juristic person which can hold properties and institute, defend and intervene in lawsuits.

published on : 8th August 2019