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gyanvapi survey file:…so are the vedic verses of Hinduism written at the partitions underneath the tower of Gyanvapi?

Shreyansh Tripathi, Varanasi: There were many vital revelations within the survey file in regards to the Shivling discovered all the way through the survey within the Gyanvapi campus. Within the survey file filed within the courtroom, it’s been mentioned that the Shivling which has been recovered from consuming Vaju, has a hollow of overall 63 cms. Excluding this, no different hollow has been present in it, which raises questions at the concept of its being a fountain.

It’s been mentioned within the survey file that upon getting the Shivling, when requested about it by means of the Anjuman Association Committee, they mentioned that it was once a fountain. On checking this Shivling, a hollow of 63 cm was once present in it. Munshi Ejaz Mohamed of the Association Committee mentioned that it is a fountain, which was once provide right here for a very long time. After this, Ejaz Mohammad was once requested to turn the fountain by means of operating it. On the other hand, he expressed his incapability to take action and mentioned that the fountain has been closed for a very long time. Even if the alleged fountain has been closed for 12 years or for two decades, other people of the Prabandia Committee have been observed making other claims about it.

mark at the wall subsequent to the ladder
All over the survey, some marks or phrases have been observed at the wall subsequent to the staircase constructed underneath the minaret of the Gyanvapi Mosque. The plaintiff Hindu facet claimed those to be Vedic verses. However, the respondent facet mentioned that those are the marks made because of the tearing of the coating at the wall. On the other hand, the courtroom commissioner in his file has requested to get them tested by means of a language professional. The Hindu facet claims that the symbols or phrases discussed on the backside of the tower are Vedic shlokas written in Sanskrit or Prakrit language.

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