Mirzapur: The Ojla Bridge was built three hundred years ago to make a day of cotton, crack the walls

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Mirzapur. There are also many such structures in Mirzapur that are full of natural beauty and represent excellent works of art. One of them is the Ojla Bridge, which connects Vindhyachal and Mirzapur on the Punyajala River. Traders who came from outside made a daily donation for this bridge and Mahant Parshuram Giri of Vindhyachal had the bridge built. The carvings by artisans who specialize in Mirzapur stone art are still the bridge’s attraction.
This bridge, built about three hundred years ago, is still the main road from Mirzapur to Vindhyachal. But due to lack of maintenance and its historical importance, the walls and pillars of the bridge are falling into disrepair. Crack the walls. His works of art are destroyed due to lack of care. The rooms under the bridge have also reached a dilapidated state. It is a popular belief that a cotton merchant came to Mirzapur to seek employment. But their cotton shipment was washed away in the strong current of the river. Because it was the main means of transport for the outside traders. Then he assembled all the merchants. It was decided that all traders would donate their daily earnings to the bridge. This bridge was built by the traders with a day’s income from cotton. It is said that said amount was collected and given to Mahant Parshuram Giri. He made arrangements and built the bridge. According to experts, this bridge, built in 1772, is a beautiful piece of architecture. The bridge was also carved by artisans who specialize in Mirzapur stone art. what is worth seeing. In the lap of this bridge a place was also created for the traders who came in contact with the business that is now decaying due to dirt.
This bridge still connects Vindhyachal and Mirzapur today
Mirzapur. Jangi Road became a main route for traffic from Vindhyachal to Mirzapur, but even today it is a main route to reach Vindhyachal from the city. Until a few days ago, road buses and vehicles from outside drove over this bridge to Vindhyachal, but now heavy vehicles no longer come over it because of the blockage of the intersection near the bus.
The archaeological department only records those buildings that are in its inventory and that are selected. However, if the building authority needs technical help, they will definitely be helped. Subhash Chandra Yadav, Regional Archaeological Officer

Mirzapur. There are also many such structures in Mirzapur that are full of natural beauty and represent excellent works of art. One of them is the Ojla Bridge, which connects Vindhyachal and Mirzapur on the Punyajala River. Traders who came from outside made a daily donation for this bridge and Mahant Parshuram Giri of Vindhyachal had the bridge built. The carvings by artisans who specialize in Mirzapur stone art are still the bridge’s attraction.

This bridge was built about three hundred years ago and is still the main road from Mirzapur to Vindhyachal. But due to lack of maintenance and its historical importance, the walls and pillars of the bridge are falling into disrepair. Crack the walls. His works of art are destroyed due to lack of care. The rooms under the bridge have also reached a dilapidated state. It is a popular belief that a cotton merchant came to Mirzapur to seek employment. But their cotton shipment was washed away in the strong current of the river. Because it was the main means of transport for the outside traders. Then he assembled all the merchants. It was decided that all traders would donate their daily earnings to the bridge. This bridge was built by the traders with a day’s income from cotton. It is said that said amount was collected and given to Mahant Parshuram Giri. He made arrangements and built the bridge. According to experts, this bridge, built in 1772, is a beautiful piece of architecture. The bridge was also carved by artisans who specialize in Mirzapur stone art. what is worth seeing. In the lap of this bridge a place was also created for the traders who came into contact with the trade, which is now decaying due to the dirt.

This bridge still connects Vindhyachal and Mirzapur today

Mirzapur. Jangi Road became a main route for traffic from Vindhyachal to Mirzapur, but even today it is a main route to reach Vindhyachal from the city. Until a few days ago, road buses and vehicles from outside drove over this bridge to Vindhyachal, but now heavy vehicles no longer come over it because of the blockage of the intersection near the bus.

The archaeological department only records those buildings that are in its inventory and that are selected. However, if the building authority needs technical help, they will definitely be helped. Subhash Chandra Yadav, Regional Archaeological Officer

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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