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Sadhvi Ritambhara: The revolutionary Sanyasin who fired flare to  Mandir Andolan

born as Nisha in at Doraha town in Ludhiana district of Punjab. She got her diksha from Swami Paramanand, at the age of sixteen and having become his disciple

Jeev Kant Jha 

The Ram Mandir Andolan, a movement that spanned several decades, played a pivotal role in shaping the socio-political landscape of India. At the forefront of this movement was Didi Maa Sadhwi Ritambhara, a fearless and devoted leader whose unwavering commitment to the cause made her a symbol of inspiration for millions. This article delves into the life and contributions of Didi Maa Sadhwi Ritambhara, the heroine of Ayodhya and the Ram Mandir Andolan.

Sadhvi Rithambhara was born as Nisha in at Doraha town in Ludhiana district of Punjab. She got her diksha from Swami Paramanand, at the age of sixteen and having become his disciple, followed him to his ashram in Haridwar and then, in his tours across India, while being primarily trained in sprituality. She entered the Margdarshak mandal as a member of the Vishva Hindu Parishad, the organisation primarity organised Shri Ram Janmbhoomi Mukti Andolan and related to Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS)

The Ram Mandir Andolan, also known as the Ayodhya movement, aimed at reclaiming the birthplace of Lord Ram in Ayodhya and rebuilding the Ram Mandir at the site of the Babri Masjid. Didi Maa Sadhwi Ritambhara became actively involved in this movement in the 1980s, passionately advocating for the construction of the Ram Mandir.

Her fiery speeches and tireless efforts mobilized masses across the country, creating a groundswell of support for the cause. Didi Maa played a crucial role in uniting people from various backgrounds under the common banner of cultural and religious heritage.

The Ram Mandir Andolan witnessed numerous challenges, including legal battles, political controversies, and communal tensions. Didi Maa Sadhwi Ritambhara faced adversity with remarkable courage and resilience. Her ability to maintain a composed and determined demeanor even in the face of criticism and opposition earned her respect and admiration.

Apart from her active involvement in the Ram Mandir Andolan, Didi Maa Sadhwi Ritambhara is renowned for her role as a spiritual leader. She has been instrumental in promoting education, cultural values, and social welfare through various initiatives. Her commitment to the upliftment of society reflects her holistic approach to spirituality and social service.

The culmination of the Ram Mandir Andolan was the groundbreaking ceremony for the construction of the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya on August 5, 2020. Didi Maa Sadhwi Ritambhara’s tireless efforts and unyielding spirit contributed significantly to this historic moment. Her legacy as the heroine of Ayodhya continues to inspire future generations to uphold the values of cultural heritage, unity, and tolerance.

Didi Maa Sadhwi Ritambhara’s journey from Nisha to the forefront of the Ram Mandir Andolan is a testament to the power of determination, spirituality, and a deep sense of purpose. Her unwavering commitment to the cause of rebuilding the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya has left an indelible mark on the history of India, making her a revered figure and a symbol of resilience for generations to come.

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