The Nepalese temple in Varanasi may be demolished by a report from the temple management committee to the Nepalese government

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Published by: Utpal kant
Updated Mon May 24, 2021 12:48 AM IST

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The Nepalese temple, Nepal’s religious heritage at Lalitha Ghat in Varanasi, is in danger of being destroyed. The road west of the temple collapsed during the rain on May 20th. The temple administration has sent the Nepalese government a report requesting protection.

Nepalese temple and cracked walls.
– Photo: Amar Ujala.

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The Nepalese temple at Lalitha Ghat in Varanasi is in danger of being demolished. The temple management committee prepared his full report and also sent it to the government of Nepal. The board has also asked the Nepalese government to protect the temple as soon as possible, otherwise the temple could be destroyed at any time.On Sunday, the Nepalese Temple and Dharamshala Management Committee sent a full report to the Nepalese Embassy in Delhi. The road west of the temple collapsed during the rain on May 20th. Because of this, there was a pit there. Since this path is attached to the west wall of the Nepalese temple, there is a risk that the temple wall will be submerged.

Currently, 20 people, including old people and students, live in Nepali Dharamshala. The Secretary General of the Nepalese Temple, Dr. Gopal Prasad Adhikari said that this temple is under the auspices of the Department of Archeology of the Ministry of Culture of the Nepalese government. Full reports and photos of the current situation were sent to the Department of Archeology. He is on the phone with the DCM of the Nepalese envoy in Delhi. DCM advised contacting officials at the local level and saying that he would speak to officials himself as well. The general secretary gave full information after speaking with District Judge Kaushalraj Sharma and Sunil Verma, Chief Executive Officer of Vishwanath Temple. The chief executive officer said that piling work will start there soon after the pit is filled.

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The Nepalese temple at Lalitha Ghat in Varanasi is in danger of being demolished. The temple management committee prepared his full report and also sent it to the government of Nepal. The board has also asked the Nepalese government to protect the temple as soon as possible, otherwise the temple could be destroyed at any time.

On Sunday, the Nepalese Temple and Dharamshala Management Committee sent a full report to the Nepalese Embassy in Delhi. The road west of the temple collapsed during the rain on May 20th. Because of this, there was a pit there. Since this path is attached to the west wall of the Nepalese temple, there is a risk that the temple wall will be submerged.

Currently, 20 people, including old people and students, live in Nepali Dharamshala. The Secretary General of the Nepalese Temple, Dr. Gopal Prasad Adhikari said the temple is under the auspices of the Department of Archeology of the Ministry of Culture of the Nepalese government. Full reports and photos of the current situation were sent to the Department of Archeology.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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