Hyderabad: An ‘atma bali’ (ritual self-sacrifice) orthostatic sculpture was found during the exploration conducted by members of the ‘Kotha Telangana Charitra Brundam’ (KTCB) at...
The group of five sculptures found, including two Devi sculptures, Chennakesava, Venugopala and Bhairava, belong to the 13th and 14th centuries representing the Kakatiya style of art
The sculpture probably belonged to 12th century AD when Kalyana Chalukyas ruled these parts of the State
The five-foot height idol was found when the KTCB members led by its convenor Sriramoju Haragopal went for an exploration to the village
KTCB members led by its convenor Sriramoju Haragopal found ‘Saptamatrukula shilpaphalakam’ belonging to Chalukya dynasty along with ‘Shivalingas’ and the face of ‘linga’
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