India: The treasure worth crores of rupees in Badrinath is in danger due to land subsidence

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India: The treasure worth crores of rupees in Badrinath is in danger due to land subsidence

In Joshi Mutt of Uttarakhand in India, cracks in houses and roads are increasing day by day amid the terrible cases of land subsidence.

According to the Indian media, hundreds of people are displaced and forced to live in refugee camps, the danger is not only on the people’s nests but also on the treasure of Badrinath crores. is being done.

Devotees offer ornaments, diamonds, gold, silver, cash and other things to Badrinath. When the doors of Badrinath are closed, these goods are brought to the Joshi Math and deposited in the treasury of the Committee’s headquarters at the Narsinh Mandir.

According to Indian media, Badrinath’s treasury includes 30 quintals of silver, more than 45 kg of gold and many expensive jewels, in addition to millions of rupees in cash.

At present, the winter pilgrimage site of Badri North is all but safe, but the threat of land subsidence still persists, for which the temple committee is making alternative arrangements to preserve the treasure worth crores of rupees.

It should be noted that Joshi Math, also known as Jyotir Math, is located in the hilly district of Chamoli in the Indian state of Uttarakhand, this town is located at an altitude of more than 6,000 feet.

According to the latest report of the Indian media, the rate of land subsidence is increasing rapidly in the last 12 days.

The reasons for the cracks and sinking of houses in Joshi Mutt are not clear, but the residents of the area have blamed the construction of roads and tunnels for the nearby hydroelectric project. The region is prone to earthquakes.