Updated on 12 October, 2019
Graves of Chalukyan rulers have been found in a village near Huligemmanakolla in Pattadakal of Karnataka’s district.
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- The discovery was made by explorer Manjunath Sullolli who says that the place has graves of the family members of Chalukyan rulers.
- Chalukyan kings were famous for building gigantic temples with intricate architecture in places such as Aihole, Badami, and Pattadakal in Bagalkot district.
- Built between the sixth and eighth centuries, these monuments are examples of the best of the architecture of that era in entire South India, he said.
- Though the Chalukyan kings built marvelous monuments and temples, there are no clear details available of the places where they lived.
- Neither they have left behind documents nor evidence of their graves; therefore, explorers are still searching for their graves.