A social media post containing a video claims that the visuals shown in the video are of an under-construction temple located in Madhya Pradesh’s Anuppur district. Let’s verify this post through this article.
Claim: Visuals of a temple located in Madhya Pradesh’s Anuppur district completely built using teak wood.
Fact: Visuals of the building shown in the video belong to the Sanctuary of Truth Museum located in Thailand. There is no credible information about a similar temple being constructed in Madhya Pradesh’s Anuppur district using teak wood . Hence the claim made in the post is FALSE.
Searching on the internet with relevant keywords led us to a YouTube video, which is the same as in the viral post. The video is titled ‘Hindu temple constructed entirely with *teak wood* in Thailand, height being 345 feet.’ With this clue, we looked for further information and found that this building is located in Thailand and is called the Sanctuary of Truth museum. The pillar, which is seen in the viral post, matches with the pictures posted on Google Maps. The same pillar can also be seen in this travel vlog (14:04 timestamp) posted by a YouTuber named Travel Guru.
According to their official website, the Sanctuary of Truth is the largest wooden castle in the world and has been under construction since 1981.
We searched the internet to see if any Hindu temple is being built in Madhyapradesh’s Anuppur District completely with teak wood, but we could not find any relevant information.
To sum it up, video of the Sanctuary of Truth Museum located in Thailand is shared as visuals of a temple located in Madhya Pradesh’s Anuppur district..