Source: Asian Age
NEW DELHI, INDIA, July 20, 2001: After eight long years, the Sahmat exhibition Hum Sab Ayodhya can now be displayed to the public. Extolling the evolution of Ayodhya, the public showing was originally put together by distinguished historians Mr. K.N. Panikkar, Irfan Habib, and Ravinder Kumar. Shortly after launching in 1993, the exhibition was banned by the state government who thought the content mocked the emotional idealism of the nation. A three-judge bench recently ordered the lifting of the ban on the exhibition. The public showing was commenced at the Constitution Club once again, amidst the playing of Sufi bhakti songs.