Islamic structures were allegedly built over Hindu Temples
The temple construction is being supervised by the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra, and the ground-breaking ceremony was performed on 5 August 2020 by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Recently, ancient temple remnants were discovered during excavation at the temple’s construction site, including more than a dozen statues, pillars, and stones.
The temple is a disputed place between Hindus and Muslims, and the Supreme Court gave the decision to build the temple on 9 November 2019.
The temple is one of the most sacred Hindu pilgrimage sites and is among the twelve Jyotirlinga, shrines which are said to be the most sacred abodes.
The Krishna Janmabhoomi Temple Complex is a group of Hindu temples located in Mathura, Uttar Pradesh, India. It comprises three main temples – Keshavdev temple dedicated to Krishna, Garbh Griha where Krishna is believed to be born in Dvapar Yuga, and Bhagvata Bhavan where presiding deities are Radha Krishna.
The temple is said to be the birthplace of Lord Krishna and is considered the focal point of the famed legends of Lord Krishna.
The entry to the temple and darshan is well-organized, and cameras and mobile phones are not allowed inside the temple. The complex has many segments such as Leela Mandir, Sri Radhe Krishna Mandir, Yantra Chalit Jhanky, Ayurvedic hospital, Keshev Mandir, Giriraj Mandir, Garbh Grih, Yog Maya Mandir, and amn-made Cave.
The Shahi Idgah Mosque stands at the Krishna Janmabhoomi in the city of Mathura.