The site in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh where a mosque was destroyed in 1992 by Hindu zealots may be the focus of more religious strife. The Shiv Sena party, an anti-Muslim Hindu fundamentalist group, plans to gather at the site Dec. 6 to celebrate “Victory Day” on the anniversary of the mosque’s destruction. The incident in 1992 touched off Hindu-Muslim clashes throughout the country in which some 2,000 people died. Centuries ago a Hindu temple existed on the site but was torn down and replaced by a mosque when Mogul invaders conquered the area. The mosque was on the site for 400 years before it was destroyed in 1992. If trouble erupts in Ayodhya it could spread to other areas.