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Some of the most widely revered Chinese gods and goddesses were buried in a cave in what is now Nagpur, India, for thousands of years.
But now archaeologists believe some of them are no longer there, and their remains could be in danger of being disturbed by the construction of an artificial island in Nagpur’s Sagar lake.
The Sagar Lake Island project is a project that will create a massive artificial island on a reclaimed area of the lake, a site that has been abandoned for more than 20 years, said V. Sudhakar, an assistant professor of archaeology at IIT-Bombay.
A team of archaeologists recently dug up several of the temples that were buried beneath a thick layer of soil that had been deposited on the site in the 1980s.
Sagar lake is one of the main sources of water for India’s south-east region.
The excavation is part of a larger project to restore the Sagar River and create a river and floodway system for the entire area.
The project has been approved by the Nagpur Municipal Corporation.
The excavation site has been excavated for almost 20 years.
Experts say the temple sites at Nagpur and Daoist sacred sites may be at risk because the construction site is now surrounded by construction fencing.
According to an article in The Hindu newspaper, the area is being developed as a tourist destination and there is a risk of damage if construction is allowed to continue.
A local Hindu temple was built by a local temple and a few of the temple’s offerings are stored at a temple that is located close to the Sagars lake.
The temple also holds a large number of artifacts.
The temple’s chief priest is a Buddhist priest, according to The Hindu article.
Experts are worried that the Sagaris lake island could be disturbed.
The area is now being developed by a private developer, who has set up a road to take tourists to the site.