2300 yr-old sandstone carving of 'Mother Goddess' found in Andhra Pradesh
published on 17 February 2012
The first-ever ‘Mother Goddess' image carved in sandstone rock — representing the earliest perception of idolising woman as Goddess dating back to 3 Century BC — has been found close to the Sri Chalukya Kumara Bheemeswara Swamy temple at Samarlakota near... [continue reading]
Posted by on February 17, 2012, 10:00.
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