The Ayodhya dispute began in 1949 and stretched upto 2019, and calling the case complex would be an understatement.
Finally on Saturday, 9 November, the long-drawn litigation finally got its closure as the Supreme Court pronounced its verdict directing that the Hindus will get the disputed land subject to conditions.
The inner courtyard, the five judge SC-bench said, will be handed over to a Centre-led Trust, and a suitable plot of land measuring 5 acres shall be given to the Sunni Waqf Board.
This is part two of The Quint's special explainer podcast on the Ayodhya dispute.
In this podcast we deep dive into the history of this long-drawn litigation, and also take a look at the arguments that have been made in the court from each of the parties that formed the basis of the verdict. Tune in!
Click here to listen to part one of this explainer.