The historical religious facts that brought revolutions in India when different centuries and ages mention about changes. Varying in the thoughts resulted in changing with the introduction of movements. Religious movements were not once but repetitive which inspired the society to maintain their beliefs with diversification. The power and strength that different castes and religions have is because of the spirituality that it provides them.
It may be Christianity that faced the greatest revolution during the time of 1505, for the protestant reformation, a movement in Germany. Famous philosopher Martin Luther was one of the leaders to brought in the storm to evaluate with new thoughts and power of the mind. It was the time when Luther’s confrontation with Rome was to the highest in 1512 and lighted up new thoughts against the old religious beliefs. But Christianity revolution was almost nowhere before they invaded India. The two major were Hinduism and Islam that had been developing or prospering from ancient times.
The Bhakti movement emerged from the southern part of India to renew or revive the thoughts of Hindu Gods and goddesses by saints and priests. They preached about the holy books and Upanishads that brought a revolution. The poets and writers in this period dedicated their write-ups or poems on devotions to Shiva and Vishnu.
Music and literature were mostly based on religious facts. The revival of the Vedic traditions and the context from the holy books was the major change. It was a motivation that showed a new vision of the ancient sacred books for Hinduism. The reviving helped in preaching the scriptures in the local languages by the scholars and priests.
The marriage of Jodha and Akbar brought a precedent to the religious facts. A Rajput princess who married the King of Mughals, no doubt he was a great emperor who brought various social changes. During his time, after marrying Jodha despite being a ruler from different religion he promoted the religion of Hinduism.
Orthodox beliefs were not entertained in his court “Imam” who had two leaders of religion are Makhdum-ul-Mulk and the Shaikh Abdul Nabi. Apart from his religion, sacrificing animals in rituals, treating other religions was a part of his quality of Great emperor.
Revolution for Ayodhya Temple:
The establishment of the Ayodhya temple is itself a history when the foundation of a temple had a structure of Mosque. This led to massive destruction to humanity and religion when people started fighting for the land that including the destructing of Babri Masjid. Finally, the revolution ended after the verdict of the court was on behalf of handing over the structure to build a temple.
Based on the archeological evidence, on the other hand, a large area of land was handed over for the construction of the mosque in the nearby area of the Ayodya temple.
Indian history describes various religious facts being a secular country but this includes several revolutions and movements for the new changes for the future.