PUTTAPARTHI: While the 20-member team scanned the entire two-storied Yajur Mandir for nearly 36 hours, nothing much emerged from the various documents which were found inside the private chambers of Sai Baba on Friday.
Sources said the Yajur Mandir resembled the `hundi' of Lord Venkateswara of Tirumala as a massive cash of Rs 11,56,47,049.50 was found along with 98 kgs of gold jewellery and 307 kgs of silver ornaments inside the three-room mandir.
While it was for the first time that the powerful Sathya Sai Central Trust members had stepped inside the holy mandir of Baba on the first floor, sources said there was not much grandeur inside. It was constructed in 2001 by L&T. The ground floor has one visitors' hall, followed by a hall, dining hall and a kitchen. It has two separate rooms..