New Delhi: Former Advocate Commissioner Ajay Mishra has submitted the report of the survey conducted at the disputed Gyanvapi Mosque in the Varanasi court. In the survey report, Ajay Mishra has claimed that debris of old temples has been found on the corner of the north-to-west wall in the Gyanvapi complex, on which the artworks of the deities were made. Along with this, moving from north to west, the artwork of Sheshnag and hawthorn-like figures have also been seen in the middle row.
Ajay Mishra has now submitted the report of the survey conducted on May 6 and May 7 in court. At that time, he was the only court commissioner. Videography was also done during this time. This data was also presented in court. In the report, he said that during the survey conducted on May 6, debris of old temples was found on the corner of the north-to-west wall outside the barricading, on which there was an artwork of gods and goddesses and other Shilapattas with lotus artwork on them.
According to the report, some artefacts on the inside side of the stones clearly remained lotus and other shapes in shape. The new construction can be seen on the platform from the ballast cement at the northwest corner. All these inscriptions and figures were videographed. Dev Vigraha on the rock plate, in which the shape of four idols is made, on which vermilion colour is applied, the fourth figure which looks like an idol, is covered with a thick paste of vermilion.
According to the report, all the stone plaques seem to be lying on the ground for a very long time. These prima facie appear to be fragmented parts of a large building. Inside the barricading, there is a pile of rubble in the middle of the west wall of the mosque. These stone slabs are also visible as a part of them. Some of the artefacts that emerged on them look like the artefacts that emerged on the west wall of the mosque. Ajay Mishra has claimed in his report that during the survey, he questioned the litigants and their lawyers whether 3-4 vermilion artefacts and door frame-type stone plaques outside the barricading of the western wall of the disputed site were adorned or not. In response, it was told that this makeup is the remains of the door frame of the Gauri temple. The symbol of his artworks is now worshipped as Shringar Gauri. Because going inside the barricading is prohibited.