Gyanvapi Masjid of Varanasi survey reports leaked recently claims that there is no hole been found in the black colored stone figure found in the middle of the pool, which the Muslim community was describing as the fountain. Also, there is no place to put any pipe in it. There is a separate white stone on top of the 2.5 feet high circular Shivling-like figure.
The Hindu party asked Munshi Ejaz to turn on the fountain and show it. But Munshi Ejaz expressed his inability to run the fountain.
At the same time, a swastika symbol was found on the southern pillar under the main dome in the mosque. Signs of three damru were found near the first gate of the mosque. In the north-west direction, the artefacts like temples were seen on the stones lying there.
Highlights of the survey report
Elephant trunks, tridents, paan, bells were seen inside the mosque. A swastika symbol was found on the southern pillar under the main dome.
Signs of three damru were found near the first gate of the mosque. In the north-west direction, a basement of 15 * 15 feet was visible, on which the debris was lying, the artefacts like temples on the stones lying there.
A 3 feet deep pool was found. There were 30 taps all around the pool. A well about 6 feet deep was seen in the middle of the pool. A round stone-shaped figure was seen in the middle of the well.
The distance between the Nandi sitting outside and the pool found inside (in the middle of which one side is said to have established a Shivling) is 83 feet 3 inches.
The pillar is inscribed in 7 lines in Hindi language. The space of four doors has been closed with new bricks. There are symbols of Sanatan culture on the wall of the basement.
It was told by the Anjuman Insanjariya Masajid Committee that a coal shop was also running in the premises, but no evidence of that was found anywhere.
When the key to the fourth cellar was not found, its lock was cut by getting a cutter. On going ahead, a small basement filled with rubble was found, where it was not possible to reach.
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