They weaved a story around it, according to which, some supernatural power decided to construct a temple in one night but when they couldn’t do it, they left it unfinished the next day morning. Everyone believed in it and now it is a part of the village folklore.
National Cadet Corps (NCC) cadets at the National War Memorial ahead of the celebrations of the 73rd anniversary of NCC raising day, in New Delhi.PTI Photo
A health worker administers a dose of COVID-19 vaccine to a worker after Union Minister Meenakshi Lekhi inaugurated free vaccination camp for those working at the Central Vista construction site in New Delhi.PTI Photo/ Shahbaz Khan
Union MoS for Science & Tech (Independent Charge) Jitendra Singh during the launch ceremony of drone based vaccine delivery in J&K, at CSIR-IIIM in Jammu.PTI Photo
Players of Canada and France vie for ball during their FIH Men's Junior World Cup 2021 hockey match at Kalinga Stadium, in Bhubaneswar.PTI Photo
New Zealand batsman Rachin Ravindra is bowled out by Indian spinner Ravindra Jadeja (unseen) during third day of the first Test cricket match between India and New Zealand, at Green Park stadium in Kanpur.PTI Photo/Arun Sharma
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