CLAIMThe Supreme Court on 9 November put the Ayodhya dispute to rest by ruling in favour of the construction of a Ram temple at the disputed land.Following this, many have been sharing pictures claiming to be of the demolished Babri Masjid on social media.The caption along with the pictures reads, "ब्रिटिश म्यूजियम ने बाबरी मस्जिद की कुछ तस्वीरें शाया की (Translated: The British Museum has some photos of Babri Masjid)."A post on Facebook featured another collection of images with a similar claim.The pictures were shared with the caption, “Babri Masjid Beautiful photos. at British. Library (sic)."Last Namaz Offered at Babri Masjid Site? No, Image Is From DelhiTRUE OR FALSE?The claim shared with these pictures is false, as the pictures in question are not of the Babri Masjid.The Quint did a reverse image search of all the pictures and found out that five out of the six pictures shared are of different mosques from different regions.Let's take a look at them one by one.IMAGE 1The mosque in this image is not the Babri Masjid, but Motijheel Mosque in Murshidabad, West Bengal. On conducting a reverse image search on the picture, we found it on the official website of Murshidabad Municipality.Human Flesh Served in NYC Restaurant? It’s a Work of SatireIMAGE 2This image is of the Jami Masji, Gulbarga Fort, in Karnataka. We found an article on Encyclopedia Britannica website featuring the image, identifying the structure as 'Jami Masjid' in Karnataka.The image was credited to John Henry Rice.Old Thanksgiving Video Shared as Barack Obama Working at a HotelIMAGE 3This image shows the Yesil Cami (Green Mosque) in Bursa, Turkey.On conducting a reverse image search, we came across website Library of Congress which identified the structure. Taking a cue from there, we looked up Google maps and found similar images of the structure.Video of Martyred Army Officer’s Son? No, It’s a Pak Child ArtistIMAGE 4This image is of Ibrahim Rauza, Bijapur, Karnataka.On conducting a reverse image search, we came across a stock image on dreamstime.com which gave us a cue that the image is of Ibrahim Rauza. We then looked for this location on Google Maps, and were able to see the images of the same corridor.IMAGE 5The image is of the Noh Gunbad mosque, Balkh, in Afghanistan. We were able to find the image on Stock image website, Alamy.Photo of 26/11 Martyr Shared to Pay Tribute? No, It’s From a FilmIMAGE 6This picture, however, is of the Babri Masjid from the early 1900s, as an article on Fronline reports, attributing it to ‘The British Library Board’.Clearly, a bunch of unrelated pictures have been used to claim that they are of the 16th century mosque, but the truth is, they are not.Singapore Uses Fake News Law, Asks Oppn to Rectify Post on India(Not convinced of a post or information you came across online and want it verified? Send us the details on Whatsapp at 9643651818, or e-mail it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll fact-check it for you. You can also read all our fact-checked stories here.) We'll get through this! Meanwhile, here's all you need to know about the Coronavirus outbreak to keep yourself safe, informed, and updated. The Quint is now available on Telegram & WhatsApp too, Click here to join.