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Remains of temple found during excavation in Kashi Vishwanath temple, saints expressed happiness
Remains of temple found during excavation in Kashi Vishwanath temple, saints expressed happiness

Varanasi: The remains of ancient temples have been found at the time of excavation near Kashi Vishwanath Temple located in the city of Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh and near the Gyanvapi Mosque present in the same premises. For the investigation of these remains, the assistance of the Department of Archeology is being taken. Archaeological remains have been found at the time of excavation near Putlibai Dharamshala in Kashi Vishwanath Temple enclosure in Varanasi, one of the same two Jyotirlingas. These remains belong to the temple, and are said to date back to the 16th century. Here the Vishwanath temple corridor was being excavated for work.

It is being told that this relic was found near Putlibai Dharamshala, and its distance from Gyanvapi Mosque is 10-15 meters. For the investigation of this relic, the assistance of the Department of Archeology is being taken. But no officer is avoiding speaking anything on this sensitive issue. According to the report, these relics are being told of the 16th century temple. Along with this, after the receipt of this relic, there is a demand for archaeological survey of the entire complex.

On receipt of this relic, the National General Secretary of All India Saints Committee, Swami Jitendranand told that the saint committee has always demanded the court and publicly that the site be excavated under the care of the National Archaeological Department, and the relics obtained from here On the basis of if a decision should be taken on Gyanvapi Mosque and Vishwanath Temple. The saint committee has expressed happiness over the receipt of these relics. With this, it will now be thoroughly investigated.

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