A Varanasi Court is slated to hear a civil suit filed by Hindu devotees staking claim on the Gyanvapi mosque and the right to worship inside the premises in the ground that the same was a Hindu temple and still houses Hindu deities.The plaint has been filed through ten individuals acting as next friends of the deities claimed to be existing within the precincts of the mosque.They have claimed that a Jyotirlingam in the ancient temple was desecrated in 1669 under the orders of Mughal ruler Aurangzeb, but Maa Shringar Gauri, Lord Ganesh and other deities continued to exist.After partial demolition of the ancient temple of Lord Adi Visheshwar, a new construction of the Gyanvapi Mosque was raised, the plaint filed through advocates Hari Shankar Jain and Pankaj Kumar Verma said.District and Sessions Judge of Varanasi, Dr AK Vishvesha will hear the case.The civil suit was transferred from the court of Civil Judge (Senior Division) to Varanasi District Judge on orders passed on Friday last week by a Supreme Court bench of Justices DY Chandrachud, Surya Kant and PS Narasimha.Live updates from the hearing below. .The corridors leading to the courtroom of District Judge Vishvesha abuzz with Gyanvapi case conversations..The Gyanvapi Mosque Case will be heard post 2 pm. Parties seen thronging the courtroom. Media access is barred so far..Police bandobast has been tightened outside the courtroom of District Judge AK Vishvesha..So far only 16 people have been allowed inside the courtroom. The District judge was to start proceedings at 11 am. Due to a delay, the hearing will now begin at 2 pm..As per the lawyers of the Hindu party, there is no objection to the court deciding Order 7 Rule 11 application first. However the party is expected to request court for a copy of the Commissioner's survey report of Gyanvapi Mosque..For local lawyers, it's a day of media frenzy. One of the lawyers who works under the humble shade of a rusted Tin roof says, "aaj toh sab Gyanvapi hai" (Today everything is about Gyanvapi)..Senior Advocate Maan Bahadur Singh has been engaged to represent the Hindu party today assisted by Advocate Hari Shankar Jain and Vishnu Shankar Jain. The Muslim side will be represented by Advocate Raees Ahmed and C Abhay Yadav..Arguments have commenced. The Court commissioner Vishal Singh along with his other team members have been asked to report to the court of Varanasi District Judge..Arguments conclude..The hearing was to decipher the way ahead, and how would the hearing in this case be conducted..[Breaking]: Varanasi court to deliver order tomorrow on whether to invite objections on commissioner survey report of Gyanvapi mosque or conduct hearing on Order 7 Rule 11 application first. Hindus wanted the objections to be heard while Muslims wanted the O7 R11 to be decided.