An image of the Hindu deity Ram and 3D portraits of the proposed temple in Ayodhya are displayed on a digital billboard in New York’s Times Square on August 5, to celebrate the groundbreaking ceremony in the northern Indian city. Photo: AP An image of the Hindu deity Ram and 3D portraits of the proposed temple in Ayodhya are displayed on a digital billboard in New York’s Times Square on August 5, to celebrate the groundbreaking ceremony in the northern Indian city. Photo: AP
An image of the Hindu deity Ram and 3D portraits of the proposed temple in Ayodhya are displayed on a digital billboard in New York’s Times Square on August 5, to celebrate the groundbreaking ceremony in the northern Indian city. Photo: AP
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Letters | India’s Ram temple: secularism does not mean denying Hindu cultural roots

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An image of the Hindu deity Ram and 3D portraits of the proposed temple in Ayodhya are displayed on a digital billboard in New York’s Times Square on August 5, to celebrate the groundbreaking ceremony in the northern Indian city. Photo: AP An image of the Hindu deity Ram and 3D portraits of the proposed temple in Ayodhya are displayed on a digital billboard in New York’s Times Square on August 5, to celebrate the groundbreaking ceremony in the northern Indian city. Photo: AP
An image of the Hindu deity Ram and 3D portraits of the proposed temple in Ayodhya are displayed on a digital billboard in New York’s Times Square on August 5, to celebrate the groundbreaking ceremony in the northern Indian city. Photo: AP
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