fishermen in the river Pamba in Kozhippalam near Aranmula town in Kerala’s Pathanamthitta district discovered the ancient site. Among the artifacts discovered were idols of mother goddesses (Sapta Matrika), naga (serpent) idols, and many figures of men, reported The Hindu. Each one tells a story.
The floods that had wreaked havoc a couple of months ago had pulled down the compound wall that separated the two
Iconographic studies and thermoluminescence dating (TL) of the pieces are expected to reveal more about their age and the lives of people who lived here and worshipped these gods.