Varanasi Kashivishwanath Dham latest update. During this covid time construction work is going on in Kashivishwanath Coridor | Baba will be seen in a new form in ‘Vishwa’ in 119 days, 65% work completed

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  • In the lockdown too, 650 workers are working day and night in two shifts; Aim to complete the work by August this year

The world is not grappling with the corona epidemic, so on the other hand the work of rejuvenation of Kashi has not stopped. Here 650 workers are working day and night in two shifts. This is because the target is to complete the work by August this year. The form of Kashi Vishwanath is now slowly taking shape. The work of the temple square is in progress. Beautifully carved pink stones are emerging. Baleshwar stones are now adorned on the walls of buildings in the Dham region.

Historical documents will be in front of the world
This is the dream project of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Here the historical documents of the temples of Manimala are also ready to be presented to the world. To prepare these documents, a three-member team of the Temple Survey of Archeology Department (ASI) Bhopal started work. In addition to the history of ancient temples found in the project, their antiquity, specialty and information related to the builder of the temples is being collected. More than 60 small and big temples have been found in 300 buildings purchased for the construction of Kashi Vishwanath Dham.

Work is going on on 19 buildings
Artisans, engineers and laborers are busy shaping the dham in 5.3 lakh square feet amidst heavy security inside the high tin walls. 24 buildings will be built from the temple complex to the Ganges Ghat. Out of this, work is underway on 19 buildings. The construction of the temple complex, temple chowk, refreshment center, guest house, passenger facility center, museum, spiritual book center, Mumukshu Bhavan Hospital has started in this.

Part of the temple square will be built in C shape. Goddess Ganga can be seen directly from here. Executive Engineer Sanjay Gore said that Kashi Vishwanath Dham is being constructed at a cost of Rs 345.27 crore. The project will be completed by August 2021.

The building will be earthquake resistant, two lakh people will be able to visit
Brass plates are being used to maintain the strength of the wall of the main temple complex even in the event of earthquake and landslide. A 12-inch gulli is being attached to the six-inch-wide V-shaped and 18-inch-long brass plates weighing 600 grams. Gulli also weighs around 400 grams.

Special types of chemical lapax ultrafics are being used to fill the empty space between brass and stones. After the construction of Kashi Vishwanath Dham, 2 lakh people will be able to come easily. Where previously there was not even a space of 5,000 sq ft for the devotees to stand. At the same time, after its formation, two lakh devotees will be able to come together.

In 5.3 lakh sqft, 70% of the space was kept for greenery
The corridor will begin from Kashi’s Manikarnika and Lalitha Ghat. In this area, which is going to be prepared in 5.3 lakh square feet, 70% space will be kept for greenery. The gateway will be made at Lalitha Ghat to come from the Ghat side in the Dham. Apart from this, one can also enter Vishwanath Dham from Saraswati Gate, Neelkanth and Dhundiraj Gate. The temple complex will have the Baikuntha temple adjoining the sanctum sanctorum, Tarakeswar and Rani Bhawani temple with dandapani.

Apart from this, the rest of the Deities adjoining the sanctum sanctorum will be built near the premises. The complex will have four gates with a height of 34 feet. The entire complex will house Makrana and Chunar. The campus will glow with light. There will also be trees of religious and Ayurvedic importance here. Jalassen terrace will be built on the exterior of the corridor. Standing on this terrace, along with Ganga ji, Manikarnika, Jalasen and Lalitha Ghat can also be seen.

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