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DNA Exclusive: Badaun Masjid or Mahadev Temple – Another chapter adds to the temple-mosque debate

There is a new, disturbing debate going on in the country these days – how many mosques have been built after demolishing Hindu temples?

After Ayodhya, Mathura and Varanasi, a lawsuit has now been filed against Shamsi, the Jama Masjid of Budaun – the Hindu side claims that the Jama Masjid Shamsi of Badaun was built by demolishing the Shiva temple. The district court of Badaun has also started hearing on the matter.

In today’s DNA, Zee News’ Rohit Ranjan analyzes claims of demolition of Hindu temples and building mosques on them

But what is the truth after all? To investigate this, Zee News has done a special investigation on Jama Masjid Shamsi of Badaun.

Here are some points that need to be noted about Jama Masjid Shamsi in Badaun:

The mosque is the third oldest and seventh largest mosque in the country.

The built part of the mosque is bigger than any mosque in the country.

Before the expansion of Delhi’s Jama Masjid, it was the largest and most famous mosque in the country.

The central dome of this mosque is said to be the largest in the country.

This mosque is also a monument of national importance and a national heritage site.

However, more controversial is its history. Because claims are being made of this mosque to be built on a Hindu Shiva temple. See DNA for a fine-grained understanding of this issue.

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