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Nava Brindavana: Hindu Religious site vandalised in Koppal

16th century tomb of Sri Vyasaraja near Hampi in Karnataka desecrated and vandalised by unidentified miscreants


Taking into account the manner in, which the site was dug up, the police suspected it to be an act of finding the hidden treasure buried in the ground. The incident was doubted to have occurred during the lunar eclipse early on Wednesday.


Extremely disturbing. … it is atrocious.

May a conspiracy too

Extremely disturbing news: Some miscreants have demolished the brindavan of Sri Vyasaraja Swamiji @ Navabrindavan last night.

16th century tomb of Sri Vyasaraja near Hampi in Karnataka desecrated and vandalised by unidentified miscreants

Taking into account the manner in, which the site was dug up, the police suspected it to be an act of finding the hidden treasure buried in the ground. The incident was doubted to have occurred during the lunar eclipse early on Wednesday.


The 16th-century Brindavan (tomb) of Saint Vyasaraja Swamy, Rajaguru of Vijayanagara Emperor Krishnadevaraya was desecrated and vandalised in Anegundi near Hampi on Thursday. It was one among the nine Brindavans (of the nine saints of the tradition) at the Nava Brindavan Gadde (island) premises on the bank of River Tungabhadra in Karnataka.

The incident came to light when some followers visited the site for performing rituals on Thursday morning, a day after the lunar eclipse.

Taking into account the manner in which the site was dug up, the police suspected it to be an act of searching for hidden treasure buried in the ground. The incident was doubted to have occurred during the lunar eclipse early on Wednesday.

Read more at: https://www.opindia.com/2019/07/16th-century-tomb-of-sri-vyasaraja-near-hampi-in-karnataka-desecrated-and-vandalised-by-unidentified-miscreants/

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Source: : https://www.deccanherald.com/state/top-karnataka-stories/nava-brindavana-religious-site-vandalised-in-koppal-747900.html
 

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