On the Sunday of 6th December, 1992, India awoke to one of the most violent, widespread and biggest communal riots in the history of the country. It all happened when a large crowd of Hindu Kar Sevaks gathered at the site of Babri Mosque in Ayodhya for a political rally and demolished the Mosque by overpowering the security forces. The huge inter communal riots between Hindus and Muslims which broke out after the demolition killed around 2000 people and destroyed millions of worth of property across the country. Today, even after 25 years of that incident, the fire is not yet not extinguished. India is still reeling in the aftermath of the black day and in spite of huge efforts on the part of citizens, security forces and government, some wounds are impossible to heal. Below are some of the significant Ayodhya/Babri Mashid facts.