The Secular Emperor Babar: A victim of Indian partition
Historical study of the religious policy of Babur, Emperor of Hindustan, 1483-1530, and issues relating to the recent controversy about the Babari Masjid (Babari Mosque) in Ayodhya, former town, now a suburb of Faizabad, Uttar Pradesh.
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History of Ayodhya by Hans Baker A Critique
The Secular Emperor Babar A Victim of Indian Partition
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16th century ancient Avadh Ayodhya Babur Baburi Masjid Baker writes Baladitya Baqi birth place boundary wall Buddhist building built Candradeva Candrahari capital Carnegy carved century A.D. Chanderi construction dedicated to Rama Delhi demolished destroyed Dharmahari District door-jamb Faizabad Faizabad district foot-note Fyzabad Gazetteer ghat Ghori given Gopratara Gulbadan Gupta Guptahari Harismrti Hijri Hindu temples History of Ayodhya Hiuen Tsang Ibid Ibrahim Lodhi idols images India Jain Jaina Janmabhumi temple Janmasthan temple Kasauti king Kosala Lala Sita Ram Lord Rama ltihas Mandir mosque mound Muhammad Muhammad Ghori Muhammadan Muslim Muslim rulers myth Narasimhagupta Nevill Oudh P.Carnegy pillars place of Rama Pundas quoted Radhey Shyam Shukal Rama temple Ramaite Ramayana Ramkot Rana Sanga Rawti recorded Saketa sanctuaries sandalwood Sarayu Sarayu river says Secular Emperor Babur Shah Sher Singh Shri Skandagupta slab Sri Ram Sharma stone Svargadvara Takakusu Vaisnava Vakataka Vasubandhu Vikramaditya Visnu temple Visnuhari worship