The Survey work in Gyanvapi was halted from Thursday due to protests by the Masjid Committee. After the court order, the survey will restart from tomorrow.
In a petition, the Muslim side alleged that the fees for the expenses incurred on the survey were not deposited on behalf of the women litigants.
The Muslim side, which boycotted the first day survey, has started cooperating fully on the second day.
According to officials, the ASI survey that started at 7.00 am on Friday with a team of 40 experts, has been stopped for lunch and is scheduled to resume after 02.30 pm.
There was a mixed reaction to the Allahabad High Court verdict allowing ASI survey of Gyanvapi mosque on Thursday.
Rejecting a petition of Anjuman Intezamia Masjid opposing the survey, the court maintained that a scientific survey was necessary to find out the truth of the claim of the petitioners.
The high court extended the stay on the ASI survey of mosque premises excluding the Wajukhana till the verdict, fixed for August 3.
The survey was stayed by the Supreme Court on Monday. The hearing in the petition is slated to take place latest by tomorrow as the deadline for the stay on will expire at 5 pm on Wednesday.