CJI Gogoi heads the five-judge structure bench, together with SA Bobde, DY Chandrachud, Ashok Bhushan and SA Nazeer.
The bench heard the case for 40 days.
Dhavan had said such documents (maps) can not be relied upon in the matter now as the issue of location of "janmsthan" was discussed by the Allahabad High Court on other documents.
In what was seen as a setback to the BJP leaders pressing for speedy disposal of the title suit, a bench consisting Chief Justice Gogoi and Justices S.K. Kaul and K.M. Joseph said "the appropriate bench will fix the schedule with regard to the hearing of appeals in the case". The panel was believed to have submitted its report to the court on Wednesday.
Dhavan had created a flutter in the packed courtroom on Wednesday when he tore the pictorial map provided by senior lawyer Vikas Singh, representing AIHM. The bench had said that he can shred the document into pieces.
The Supreme Court witnessed high drama during the hearing when an advocate tore apart a map purportedly marking Lord Ram's birthplace.
The ruling Hindu nationalist party of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), has vowed that a temple will be built there.
Indian folks understand a model of the Ram temple all over the "Dharam Sabha" Hindu congregation held to call for the advance of a huge temple of Lord Rama, in Ayodhya on November 25, 2018.
An earlier order by the state government stated that the decision was related to the festival season, but the fresh order came Yesterday said the Ayodhya verdict is also a concern.
The character of the disputed site can not be decided on the basis of the faith of the Muslims, he said, concluding his submissions. The akhara says that he has been worshiping Lord Ram Lalla there since ancient times and since 1885, Sunni Waqf Board has also agreed to be there and worship on Ram platform.
Now the question arises what is "Moulding of Relief" and what significance does it have in the Ayodha case?
Dhavan said the map could not be relied upon as all case material was from 1950 to 1961, invoking the doctrine of "Post Motim Utin" (barring the use of material beyond the case documents). He concluded the hearing by reciting couplets of famous poet Iqbal and said that these are testing times for the country and the citizens.