600-years-old temple identified in southern India

A team of archaeologists and historians identified a 600-year-old brick temple in Kothur in the outskirts of Vijayawada city, Andhra Pradesh, South India. It was built in 1400 AD by Kumaragiri Reddy of Kondavedu dynasty.

Archaeologists investigate the ruins (by The New Indian Express)

The temple stands on a hill and is overgrown with trees. Archaeologists managed to discover several inscription slabs with details of land donations to the temple at Kothur, Tadepalli, Koduru, Gollapudi, Velagaleru and Telaprolu. A sculpture of a dwarapala, a door or gate guardian,  is also said to been found.

(after The New Indian Express)

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