Spiritual leader Sri Sri Ravi Shankar has joined the chorus for a Ram temple at the disputed site in Ayodhya. In his remarks on Sunday, Sri Sri said that it is not only saints but people want a grand Ram temple in this temple town of Uttar Pradesh. \u201cIt is the wish of the people of the country, lakhs of people want something that is why we need to find a way, let me just discuss it first,\u201d he said. The Art of Living founder today joined 3,500 seers who are holding 'Mandir Sammelan' in Talkatora stadium in Delhi to press for bringing an ordinance for early construction of Ram mandir. Also Read: Ram mandir row: BJP claims delay making Hindus anxious Sri Sri, who was playing the role of a mediator between the involved parties a few months ago but failed to yield a result, said that the there are three options to resolve the dispute. He said that the first is to hold talks and make necessary consensus on the issue. \u201cSecond is the Supreme Court and third is the government should do anything on the issue.\u201d Earlier today, Union Minister Uma Bharti said that any talk of constructing a mosque close to a Ram temple in Ayodhya could make Hindus 'intolerant'. \u201cHindus are the most tolerant community in the world. I will appeal to all politicians: please don\u2019t make Hindus intolerant by talking about building a mosque on the outer periphery of the birthplace of Lord Ram in Ayodhya,\u201d Bharti told PTI. She argued that when there could not be a temple in the holy town of Medina or a mosque in the Vatican City, it would be unfair to talk about a mosque in Ayodhya. Bharti also acused the Congress of creating hurdles in building the temple in Ayodhya. \u201cWe need support of all political parties on this issue. I invite all leaders including, Rahul Gandhiji, come let\u2019s lay the foundation stone of the Ram temple with me,\u201d she said.