India’s Supreme Court has ruled that the disputed holy site in Ayodhya in northern India should be given to Hindus who want to build a temple there.
The case, which has been bitterly contested for decades by Hindus and Muslims, centres on the ownership of the land in Uttar Pradesh state.
At the centre of the row is the 16th Century Babri mosque which was demolished by Hindu mobs in 1992, sparking riots that killed nearly 2,000 people.
Muslims would get another plot of land to construct a mosque, the court said.
The BBC’s Vikas Pandey explains what happened at the court today and what the reaction has been.
Video produced by Anshul Verma.