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ASI’s Quest at Bhojshala Begins Amidst Attempts By Muslims Claiming The Hindu Temple!

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Amidst the verdant landscapes of Madhya Pradesh’s Dhar district, lies the enigmatic Bhojshala complex. It is a site steeped in history and shrouded in controversy. The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) embarks on a journey to unravel the truth, the echoes of centuries past resound through its hallowed halls.

Saraswati Temple or Kamal Maula Mosque?

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ASI started survey in Bhojshala complex of Dhar (MP) Hindu call it saraswati temple while Muslim call it Kamal Maula mosque Currently it’s under control of ASI Hindu r allowed to pray on Tuesday, Muslim r allowed to pray of Friday. Do we really need survey to prove that it’s a temple | X @MonaPatelT

At the heart of the debate lies the age-old question:

is Bhojshala the revered temple of Goddess Vagdevi (Saraswati) or the Kamal Maula Mosque?

For Hindus, the complex represents a sacred sanctuary. The divine presence of Goddess Saraswati is believed to reside. The Muslim community vehemently disputes this claim. They assert their right to the site as a place of Islamic worship.

Hindu Heritage of Bhojshala

In a groundbreaking excavation in 1987, the ASI unearthed a treasure trove of Hindu artifacts. They were within the Bhojshala complex. They include intricately carved idols to ancient inscriptions. Each discovery serves to bolster the Hindu claim to the site.

Notably, the presence of Hindu deities and symbols adorning the pillars speaks to the rich cultural tapestry woven into the fabric of Bhojshala’s history.

Echoes of Desecration at Bhojshala

The annals of history bear witness to the tumultuous saga of Bhojshala. It is a saga marred by Islamic invasions and acts of desecration. From the brutal onslaught of Alauddin Khilji to subsequent attempts at conversion and destruction. The temple’s sanctity has been repeatedly violated.

The blood of Hindu martyrs stains its sacred soil, a testament to their unwavering resolve in the face of tyranny.

Upholding Constitutional Rights

In the modern era, stakeholders have significantly evolved the struggle for access to Bhojshala. Political decrees and administrative rulings have overshadowed the religious freedoms enshrined in the Constitution of India. The controversial decision in 1997 barred Hindu entry while permitting Muslim prayers.

As the ASI embarks on its quest to unlock the secrets of Bhojshala, Hindus eagerly await justice!

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