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Wikipedia post on 'Moti Dungri' of Jaipur enlists two references of CJ Lalit Kishore's news stories in Merinews
Wikipedia post on "Moti Dungri" has enlisted two references of CJ Lalit Kishore's news stories in Merinews.

Two references at serial numbers 15 and 16 attributed to Dr Lalit Kishore - citizen journalist with merinews.com - have been enlisted in a Wikipedia post on Moti Dungri in Jaipur, Rajasthan.

As we know that Wikipedia is a free online encyclopaedia, created and edited by volunteers around the world and hosted by the Wikimedia Foundation. Wikipedia is now available in many languages and the English Wikipedia is the English-language edition of the free online encyclopaedia Wikipedia. Founded on January 15, 2001.

And, the Wikipedia post  "Moti Dungri" that includes references from merinews.com says, "Moti Dungri is a Hindu temple complex dedicated to the god Ganesha in Jaipur, Rajasthan. It was built in 1761 under supervision of Seth Jai Ram Palliwal. The temple is a popular tourist attraction in the city."

The references go this: 15. Dr. Lalit Kishore (27 February 2014). "Jaipur devotees throng Royal Moti Dungri Shiva Temple for special pooja". Meri News. Retrieved 7 October 2016; and 16. Dr. Lalit Kishore (10 March 2013). "Royal Moti Dungri Shiv Temple opened for public on Maha Shivratri in Jaipur". Meri News. Retrieved 7 October 2016.

The references have been used for to validate the fact that 'there is a lingam (icon of the god Shiva) in the temple complex, which open to visitors once a year on Mahashivratri, the festival of Shiva'.

Wikipedia, further informs that the layout and structure of Moti Dungri is built in the Nagara style in 4 months and is based on the model of Scottish castle with three entrance gates and few steps at the front built using lime stone and marble. and construction work.

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