What did the survey report on Gyanvapi mosque submitted by the advocate commissioner before a Varanasi civil court say? Find details here. .The report was submitted pursuant to the civil court's direction to hold videography and survey of the mosque to which Hindus have laid claim to worship on the ground that it houses Hindu deities..Major findings are listed below..- A pillar was found with seven lines in the ancient Hindi inscribed in it with a soiled photo of a deity, approximately 2 feet, was on the floor. - On the west wall, broken artworks of an elephant's trunk, a Swastik and Trishool were found. - On a stone, the portrait of a lotus was found. There were three conical pinnacle portraits found below the three outer domes which were stated by the plaintiffs to be the peak of the ancient temple.- Carved writings were found on the big Minar, however there was a lack of clarity regarding the origins and the same could only be clarified by a language expert. - On a wall inside the mosque, the portrait of a trishul was found carved and on adjacent to it, a swastika was found. - Within the mosque, there were also signs of the portrait of an elephant's trunk. The report said that the artwork, motifs and textures inside appeared somewhat similar to an ancient Indian style.- Several swastikas were found in the storeroom. - An object appearing similar to a shivling was found, however, it was disputed by the defendants for being a fountain. - On the corner of the west wall, old debris of old temples with the artwork of Goddess, Gods and artwork of lotuses was seen. - Artwork in sinduri colour was seen on the foundation stone. - On the flagstone, a Deva deity with sinduri colour was visible. Another shape, appearing as an idol, with thick paste of sindur on it was also visible.- A triangular takha appeared to be used to burn a diya with flowers kept in it was seen.