In a much rare incident, there had been a mural of a bare-torso man holding bow along with quiver of arrows besides a small sword and sitting near him is a supplicant sitting with hands folded found . Officials from ASS (Ayodhya Shodh Sansthan) claim it to be the mural of Lord Shree Ram. The complete authenticity of the mural discovered has yet not been clarified.

The mural has been discovered in the areas of Horen Shekhan, Darband-i-Belula cliff in Iraq. The archeologists from Iraq believe it to be the mural of some tribal head along with his supplicant.Earlier too many such murals of tribal heads have been discovered where the supplicant beside him was eiither his prisoner or an animal.

The Indian delegation believes the mural from circa 2000 BCE to be that of Shree Ram. The Cultural Department of UP has prepared a proposal to get a copy of the mural discovered to put it in Ayodhya. ASS Director Yogendra Pratap Singh in his statement said, “There is anecdotal evidence on imprints of Ram in Belula pass, but this delegation collected graphical proof to undertake a detailed study to establish a link between the Indian and Mesopotamian cultures, The king and monkey (the supplicant) in the mural is an inadvertent reminder of Ram and Hanuman to many of us.”

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