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Authorities write ‘Jai Shri Ram’ on Hanuman temple, lift it like a ‘mountain’; Know deets here

Lucknow: A surprising news has emerged from Uttar Pradesh’s Shahjahanpur area. A 150-year-old Hanuman temple is being relocated here in the midst of the National Highway development. Surprisingly, the temple is not being destroyed, but rather relocated using hydraulic jack equipment.

Shifted several feet

Tilhar SDM Rashi Krishna of Shahjahanpur stated that the task of moving the Hanuman temple has been ongoing for three months. The 16-foot-tall Hanuman shrine has so far been successfully pushed back.

According to the sources, this temple is around 150 years old. The National Highway 24 through this area was recently upgraded to four lanes.

Local residents protesting

According to media reports, this temple was on the way of the highway. Previously, the administration was thinking of entirely demolishing it, but local residents began to protest. Jai Shri Ram is also inscribed on one of the temple’s walls.


People claim that their religion is linked to this well-known temple. Many folks visit here. At the same time, the administration proceeded to work on relocating the temple despite opposition.

Jacks and machineries used to shift temple

According to available information, Hindutva organisations have repeatedly protested the temple’s removal. The administration, on the other hand, has said that the process of moving is being completed without causing any harm to the temple.

Hundreds of hydraulic jacks were employed in this project. The robots are slowly lifting the temple from the jack and moving it. The temple has been moved 16 feet away from its original location.

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