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Archaeological Survey of India Versions photos of keep work in underground cells of Taj Mahal

Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has released photographs of two points where maintenance work Recently done in Underground closed cells on on the banks of the river of Taj Mahal in pay.

“The work of maintenance of underground cells on the river side Taking up. The lime plaster was decomposed and disintegrated removed And replace it with construction of lime plaster and traditional Lime treatment before application “reads page twentieth of January 2022 Newsletter of Archaeological Survey of India.

“Keep of Main effects duty of Archaeological Survey of India we pledge tasks in a matter of routine. We have to take care of maintenance of Effects thus have to look at critical Regardless of the regions of The fact Is it closed or open for Visitors’ access said a senior ASI official Preferring not to be named.

“Not only the Taj Mahal, but such a preservation work he is also It took place in all protected sites of heritage value. That’s why we reach the ceiling and the basement of the basement on the condition. As such, the conservation work It has been done in underground cells of The Taj Mahal, otherwise it can not be reached common Visitors, most recently from December 2021 to March 2022 about which images are now in The public field,” he said.

These are underground rooms or cells below The main shrine of Taj Mahal was in The news in at recent days past. A petition has been submitted on May 4 By Rajneesh Singh, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) media in-the shipment of Ayodhya district in Uttar Pradesh, in Lucknow bench of Allahabad High Court.

The petitioner Seek guidance from the state government To form a committee to examine 20 rooms within 17 century scam and look for Any evidence of existence? of There are Hindu idols or scriptures.

“About 20 rooms in The Taj Mahal is closed one Entry allowed. he thinks that in These rooms, there are idols of “The Hindu deities and scriptures,” Singh said.

On May 12th, Lucknow bench of The Allahabad High Court rejected the petition. The division bench of justices DK Upadhyay and Subhash Vidyarthi note that the petition is not maintainable.

Right-wing activists insisted that the Taj Mahal was in fact Tejo Mahalaya – the Shiva temple, and claimed that the evidence was buried under the enclosed parts. of the monument.


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