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Tuesday, 29 December 2020

Archaeological survey at PM Modi's suggestion:

Three-storey construction like Somnath temple underground; Digvijay Gate, construction on the banks of Hiran, underground roads found near Buddhist cave, GPR investigation revealed
Veraval8 hours agoAuthor: Rajesh Bhajgotar



The Somnath temple was renovated by five princes.

Research conducted by IIT Gandhinagar and Department of Archeology at the suggestion of Prime Minister Modi

Underground vibrations are also occurring from 2 meters to 12 meters in the underground where construction is supposed to take place.


Research has revealed that there is a three-storey L-shaped structure underground under the site of Somnath Mahadev, the first of the twelve Jyotirlingas. IIT Gandhinagar was entrusted with the task. A year ago, at a meeting held at Somnath's trustee and Prime Minister Narendra Modi's residence in Delhi, Prime Minister Modi suggested a study of the archeology of the temple.

4 places in GPR Investigation

was about 4 Somnath collaborative team of experts by the Archaeological Institute of IIT Gandhinagar. The team conducted GPR investigations at a total of 4 places in Somnath and Prabhaspatan, including the site of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel's statue from the main gate known as Digvijay Dwar of Gaulokdham, Somnath temple, as well as a Buddhist cave.

Evidence of underground construction was also found
on the banks of Hiran. The statue of Sardar Patel from Digvijay Dwar had a structure formerly known as Juno Kothar, which has been removed. There is a 3 storey building underground, with one floor at a depth of two and a half meters, the second floor at a depth of 5 meters and the third floor at a depth of seven and a half meters. While the security check of the pilgrims is being carried out in Somnath, it has been found that there is an L-shaped construction underground.

This report has been prepared in a scientific manner.

Experts from Indian Institute of Technology, Gandhinagar spent a day and night in Prabhaspatan Avi Somnath with large machines worth about Rs 5 crore. The expert gives his opinion on the vibration. From that the report is prepared.

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The temple was renovated by the
5th Rajvi. Remains of the first temple were found there during excavations. Another temple was built at that place by the king of Valabhipur (500 to 700 AD). The third temple was built by the Gurjar Pratihar kings of Kanoja (800 to 950 AD). King Bhoj of Malwa and King Bhimdev of Gujarat built the fourth temple on the remains of the third temple. It was then built by King Kumarapala of Gujarat in 1169, whose remains remained till 1950. The fifth temple of Somnath, later built by King Kumarapala of Gujarat in 1169, was built on 13 November. It was demolished in 1947 and a new temple was planned. The foundation stone of Somnath temple was laid on May 8, 1950.The Pranapratishtha Mahotsav was later held on May 11, 1951.

The upper coat of Junagadh should also be GPR investigated. The upper coat of

Junagadh is historic. King Ugrasen Yadav is said to have made his capital here. Then the GPR investigation of the fort of Uparkot should be done.

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