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Gyanvapi Case: Report reveals, 'Trishul, lotus, kalash marks, 2.5 feet long...' found inside

Gyanvapi Case: Report reveals, ‘Trishul, lotus, kalash marks, 2.5 ft lengthy…’ discovered inside | Information

On Thursday, a report relating to the videography was submitted to the court docket on the premises of Gyanvapi Mosque. The report was submitted in a sealed envelope. The 5 girls pleaded earlier than the court docket that they need to be allowed to carry out puja contained in the Gyanvapi Mosque. They declare that there are statues of Hindu gods and goddesses within the mosque. The court docket then ordered videography on the premises of the Gyanvapi Mosque. A “copy” of the report was shared by the petitioners’ attorneys. It’s not identified from any impartial supply whether or not they have truly acquired any copy of the report. Nevertheless, the petitioners’ attorneys claimed that their assertion was supported within the report. 

Gyanvapi Masjid Controversy: The findings?

1. In line with the ‘report’ shared by the attorneys, there are trishuls, lotus flowers and a few historical sculptures of Hinduism carved within the premises of the mosque (Gyanvapi Mosque). Earlier, Hindutva activists had claimed that the Shivalinga was discovered contained in the mosque. 

2. In line with the report, flowers and kalash marks had been engraved on the pillars of the basement within the mosque. The pillar has ‘a number of phrases of historical Hindi language’ engraved on it. There are trishul marks on the partitions of the basement. Two massive pillars and an arch had been seen on the west facet of the mosque. They appear to be a part of an historical temple. 

3. The report additionally mentioned that there’s a lotus mark engraved on a stone below the third dome of the mosque. A two-and-a-half ft lengthy construction was seen within the mosque premises. The petitioners declare that it’s a Shivalinga.

There was no touch upon the “report” from the Gyanvapi mosque. However many have mentioned that how can the report be made public earlier than the court docket sees it. 

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