Experts concluded that the structure that was revealed in the Hosakerehalli lake in Bangalore, India, dates in fact back to 1000 AD.
Workers removing silt and weeds at Hosakerehalli Lake, Bangalore, India, discovered a stone structure that turned out to be remains of a “mandapa”, a pillared outdoor hall. The find is believed to be 400 years old.
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.
Archaeological investigation in Chinnaariyapatti village, Tamil Nadu province in southern India, ended in discovery of a sculpture dated to the 10th century AD. The sculpture contains the image of Ayyanar, a folk deity and an inscription in ancient Tamil writing.