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4/11/21

During excavations in Telangana, the owner found a pot full of gold and silver ornaments

Invaluable treasure:During excavations in Telangana, the owner found a pot full of gold and silver ornaments



Excavation was underway on an 11-acre plot of land owned by Narasimhulu and a copper pot was found during it.



While digging in Jangaon city in Telangana, a pot full of jewelery was found. Everyone was amazed to see the gold and silver antique jewelry. Villagers who found jewelery during excavations are also saying that there is a temple there.

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Excavations were underway on an 11-acre plot of land owned by Narasimhulu and a copper pot was found during it. The pot collided while the JCB was working and gold and silver jewelery came out of it.



The pot contained 1,727 kilograms of silver jewelry and 187.45 grams of gold jewelry. These included earrings, bracelets, rings and necklaces. However, the owner of the land cannot keep these ornaments with him. As a rule, all these things have to be handed over to the archeology department. It is not owned by anyone. According to the Indian Treasure Act 1878, the treasure will be preserved by the Archaeological Department in the Warangal Urban District. Archaeological experts will research the treasure and find out how old it is.



When the villagers found out about the treasure, they planted quinces and flowers on the land. He believes that there was a temple of a goddess at this place before and this ornament must also belong to him. Narasimhulu hopes to continue to find such a treasure in his land.


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