Archeology squad inspects Bhongir dig internet site
Bhongir: Assistant Director of the Archeology Department for the former Mahabubnagar and Nalgonda districts, Bujji, spoke about the significance of Bhuvanagiri territorial dominion, which is well-known for its temples.
During recent excavations conducted for development purposes near Qila , traces of ancient times were discovered, and Bujji inspected the internet site on Sunday. She mentioned that Bhongir is known for its temples, and that Tribhuvana Vikramaditya VI constructed many temples during his time of rule. As evidence, nine pillars and Simhayali pillars were discovered during excavations carried out at the ditch. She also noted the possible action of a mandapam existing along with the side of the forehead.
Additionally, a move back and forth inscription in Sanskrit writing system from the 12th period of years belonging to Kakatiya male monarch Prataparudu was discovered in the . Bujji stated that higher authorities would be requested to install a exhibition hall at Bhongir Qila to showcase the treasures found in the surrounding areas of Bhongir.
She emphasised that if there are any indications of riches in the surrounding areas of Bhongir, the archeology department would render hard security to shield from danger these treasures.
Bujji reported that the findings from the dig at the ditch would be presented to the higher authorities for full-scale dig, and that series of events that form a plot would be taken according to their orders. Accompanied by her personnel part of a social group, Avula Vinod, Bujji examined a hard inner core of some fruits inscription found at Beech Mahal Government High School in the .
In the eve, the Yali Pillar, which was discovered during the excavations, was moved to Bhongir Qilla. The measurements of the pillars, parts of the Mandapam, and Yali Pillars that had been discovered during earlier excavations were also taken.