Archaeologists discovered a representation of Ganesh, carved on the defensive wall of a medieval fort, at Kethavaram, Guntur, Central-East India.
The idol of Madhvacharya (or Madhva Acharya) a Hindu philosopher living between 1238–1317 was discovered in the collection of the Sri Jaladurga temple in a village in Karkala, South India.
A small 1600-year-old sculpture depicting a Mahishasura Mardini – a Hindu mythological deity – holding a trident, was discovered in an abandoned and devastated temple in Guntur district, Andhra Pradesh state of India.
An ancient treasure consisting of ornaments, silver vessels and coins was found at Srisailam, Andhra Pradesh, India.
Archaeologists in Narmeta village of Nangunuru mandal, India’s Telangana state, discovered and lifted what is believed to be the largest capstone of a menhir structure ever found.
Human remains dating to 1000 BC were found by researchers in the recently discovered chamber tombs by the Godvari river in the area between Tadwai to Bhadrachalam, East India.
In the past year nine antique objects were reported stolen from heritage sites in India, including statues and an iron cannon.
Remains of a giant temple gate were found in Padmakshi temple in Hanamkonda, central India. These are the remains of a fourth gate, known as thoranam found at the Inavolu Mallikarjuna Swamy temple.
Archaeologists surveyed the area of the Nila river basin, discovering monumental stone structures near Thavanur village, south-west India. One of the structures has a form of a stone cap put atop of a larger stone, possibly marking a grave at a burial site.
Sculptures belonging to Jain Thirthankaras of the Vedic period (1500-500 BC) were found at the village of Siddenki, Telangana state in southern India. The site is located 3 kilometres away from the 2000 years old Jain Temple of Kulpakji also known as Kolanupaka.
A Panchaloha idol of Lord Saneshwara was discovered in Qutballapur village in Ranga Reddy district, Telangana state of India. The find was made accidentally by workers while digging.
Archaeologists discovered hero stones, called Veeragal stones, in the vicinity of Kolanupaka Temple, a 2,000 year old Jain temple at the village of Kolanupaka in Nalgonda district, southern India. The stones are believed to date between 8th and 14th centuries.
Archaeologists discovered an ancient site, dating back to 3rd century BC, in Keezhadi near Sivaganga, Tamil Nadu state, South India. The site is said to be the relics of the Vaigai river civilisation in Sangam period.
A 12th century storage jar of Chinese manufacturing was discovered in a private house in Pandillapali, Prakasam district in western India. The owner claimed he discovered it in Motupally, Krishna district, where an international seaport existed since antiquity, visited even by Marco Polo in 1289.