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The Shamala river in Karnataka, India has never drained before. Due to a combination of drought and overconsumption of water, low water levels are revealing ancient secrets that are astounding archaeologists. As the water is receding, thousands of Shiva Lingas are appearing along the river bed.
Ancient Code reports, "The place referred to as “Sahasralinga” (thousand Shiva Lingas in Sanskrit) has become an extremely important pilgrimage site and thousands of people visit Sahasralinga offering their prayers to Lord Shiva. Shiva Lingas Shiva Lingas or the Lingam is a representation of the Hindu deity Shiva, it issued in temples for worship.Sahasralinga is a picturesque place, revered as holy and divine to thousands of Indians. These new revelations add to the beauty and mystery of the area.
Sahasralinga is a picturesque place, revered as holy and divine to thousands of Indians. These new revelations add to the beauty and allure of the area.
Check out the images below that prove there are still many mysteries yet to be uncovered in the world.
Sahasralinga (Kannada: ಸಹಸ್ರಲಿಂಗ) is a pilgrimage place, located around 17 km from the Sirsi Taluk in the district of Uttara Kannada of Karnataka state in India. It is in the river Shalmala and is famous for being the location where around a thousand lingas which are carved on the rocks in the river bank. In fact, the name Sahasralinga means thousand-lingas in Sanskrit.