A majority of populace in the country including the Muslims have welcomed the Ayodhya Judgement, which according to them provides a great learning that we, the people of India are capable of upholding the spirit of “Vasudhaiva Kutumbkam”, despite the diversity. Thankfully, the Court’s decision has created a win-win situation for both Hindus and Muslims. The people should look ahead and in similar manner try to resolve other issues plaguing the nation. India is a confluence of many civilizations and cultures and it is a model of communal and religious harmony, where the responsibility for upholding the communal amity falls equally on the majority, who must trade their ‘sense of superiority’ for genuine friendship, and minorities, who must demonstrate ‘readiness to forget the past’.
It is a fact that our country has been facing so many challenges and one cannot afford to continue the ‘business as usual’ and look away from the real issues like unemployment, poverty, illiteracy and hygiene being faced by the country. In this turbulent period of human history, the country is in need of a unifying vision of our true nature. What else will rescue the country and the whole world, but efforts of countless people of goodwill, who are concerned about the welfare of the humanity.