Several idols, including a rare Yoga Narasimha (an avatar of the Hindu god Vishnu) idol, were found in Penpahad village, Telangana, India. The finds date to between 1st-3rd century AD.
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.
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 believe to have discovered a megalithic structure that once served as an astronomical observatory in Mudumal village in Telangana’s state, India.