People of India Claim They Just Found The Lost Temple of Shiva Buried in Sand

While the lockdown continued in Perumallapadu hamlet in India’s Pradesh’s Nellore district, the residents were so bored that they decided to divert themselves by researching a legend as old as time itself that surrounds their district.

They’d heard stories about an ancient temple hidden beneath the sands near their hamlet, so they started out on a journey to find it.

After a long time of looking and looking, they finally found it on the banks of the Penna River.

The Nagehwara Swamy Temple is almost 300 years old and was originally constructed as a site of origin for the Hindu deity Lord Nageshwara (Shiva).

Along with it, two more temples, known simply as the Kotiteertham temple and the Sangam Sivalayam temple, were lost to time.

The majority of the Shiva temple was still buried beneath the dunes, which is why they requested assistance with the excavations.

Officials from the Archeology and Endowments departments rushed to their aid, promising to honor their requests and step carefully when digging and reconstructing the temple.


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