Varanasi News: After receiving the ASI report from the Varanasi court, the lawyer of the Hindu side has claimed that the mosque has been constructed by demolishing the temple. Varanasi District Court has handed over the ASI report of Gyanvapi Mosque to both the parties.


Big news has come out on Gyanvapi Mosque.

The Hindu and Muslim parties have received the ASI report from the Varanasi District Court. Hindu side’s lawyer Vishnu Shankar Jain held a press conference, in which he claimed that it was a Hindu temple. Citing the ASI report, he said that the ASI has said that a large Hindu temple existed there before the construction of the present structure. This is the conclusive conclusion of ASI.

In the 839 page report, ASI’s survey report has found that before the mosque, there was a Hindu temple, which was demolished and a mosque was built. According to ASI, the Hindu temple’s building was destroyed in the seventeenth century, and the mosque was constructed using the leftover materials. The remains of Hindu gods and goddesses have been found in two basements. The western wall of the mosque is a portion of a Hindu temple, according to the ASI study.When and how the temple will be demolished have been found in Persian on stone.

A stone written as Mahamukti Mandap has also been found. Vishnu Shankar Jain said that he will demand for a survey of food items.

The ASI report states that the pillars of the temple have been slightly modified and used in the new structure. An attempt has also been made to remove the carvings from the pillars. 32 such inscriptions have been found, which belong to the old Hindu temple. ASI survey of Gyanvapi Masjid was conducted on the orders of the court. On December 18, ASI had submitted its report in Varanasi District Court. On January 24, the court had ordered both the parties to submit the ASI report.

Before the mosque there was a Hindu temple. Idols of Hindu gods and goddesses were found in the basement, which were tried to be buried with soil. Vishnu Jain, Hindu lawyer.
It was destroyed on September 2, 1669.


Mosque built using ruins of Hindu temple More than 32 evidences of existence of temple have been found Evidence from Devanagari, Kannada and Telugu texts Inscriptions found in the names of Janardan Rudra and Umeshwar Pillar and plaster were also the pillars of the ancient Hindu temple. the same has been reused Mosque built on pillars of temple.

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