Dialogue Associate, Vrindavan: Tha. Not only the floor of the Bankebihari temple is also seen in the wall. IIT Delhi and inspection of the team of civil engineers have found information about some degree of crookedness in the wall towards the temple Jagmohan’s pillar and gate number four.
The team of experts has advised to inject pyligram to remove the flaws in the temple building. While more than half of the work of piling to repair the floor of the temple has been completed.
Tha While giving information about the construction work going on in the temple on Thursday, the manager of Bankebihari temple, Munish Kumar Sharma said that the work of piling is going on to repair the floor. About 60 pilings were to be put out, which has been 45 pilings till Thursday. The remaining work will be completed in a few days.
It was informed that the work of piling was interrupted due to some stones coming out of the ground near gate number four. Which is now nearing completion. The rafting work will begin after the completion of the work. In which anti-earthquake, PVC for sealing, anti-lamp rafting will be around 500 mm.
The temple manager said that after inspecting the temple building, the team of experts was seen tilting some part of Jagmohan’s pillar and a wall on the side of gate number four. The injection will be injected into the foundation to prevent the impact of this inclination on the building.
So that the ancient building of the temple can be strengthened. The manager has given time till the last week of September on the completion period of the ongoing construction work in the temple.