The submerged temples of Mahabalipuram (India)

According to popular belief the Temple of Mahabalipuram is not a temple, but the latest in a series of seven temples, six of whom were drowned. The discovery of the ruins of the main building took place in April 2002 off the coast of Mahabalipuram in Tamil Nadu, South India, at a depth of 5 to 7 meters (15-21 feet) made ​​by a joint team from Dorset Scientific Exploration Society (SES) and India's National Institute of Oceanography (NIO). Investigations at the location of each stone, the remains of the wall, spread, stone square and rectangular blocks and a large platform with the steps that led to it. All this lay in thethe middle of a local rock geological formations .
There are 4 figure of a lion in four locations, the ruins were inferred to be part of the temple complex. Pallava dynasty, which controlled the region during the 7th century AD, is known to have a lot of hard stone buildings such as structural temples in Mahabalipuram and Kanchipuram.
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