Incredible Discovery: An Ancient Forgotten Temple Has Been Found By Residents Near Perumallapadu

Residents of Perumallapadu in India’s Pradesh’s Nellore region discovered a 300-year-old Temple of Nageswara Swamy on the banks of the Penna River.

Dheeshma Puzhakkal, an Indian journalist, tweeted the following, accompanied by a video:

The sanctuary is a block-built temple dedicated to the Hindu god, Lord Nageshwara (Shiva), and was built roughly 300 years ago with the Kotiteertham and Sangam Sivalayam temples.

A large chunk of the sanctuary complex is still under construction, with just the Mukha Mantapam and a piece of the drawing-out buildings exposed.

The Archeology and Endowments administrations have said that they want to make extra efforts to uncover and reconstruct the sanctuary.

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