Home > Archaeology

Buddhist site found atop hillock in Andhra Pradesh

DECCAN CHRONICLE, Aug 28, 2017, 2:16

Guntur, India -- A Buddhist site has been discovered atop a hill, Bhairava Gutta, in a tiny village called Putlagudem, in Achampet mandal of Guntur district.

Dr E. Sivanagi Reddy, a Buddhist archaeologist and CEO of The Cultural Centre of Vijayawada and Amaravati, said the site was found near a dilapidated Venkateswara temple.

The site had six limestone pillars with half lotus medallions and depicted animals and patterns.


Google
 
Web www.buddhistchannel.tv www.buddhistnews.tv


Get your Korean Buddhist News here, brought to you by BTN-Buddhist Channel




Enrol in a MA e-Learning Programme by Than Hsiang Buddhist Research Centre
Point your feed reader to this location
Submit an Article
Write to the Editor

      About The Channel   |   Disclaimer