The Indian Archaeological Survey (ASI) recently unearthed a 9th-century sandstone shrine during a survey at the Sam Temple complex in Vietnam.
The Sam Temple in Vietnam is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. The temple is said to have been built during the reign of Indravarman II, the ruler of the Khmer Empire.
Excavated in the Myan Sun area of Guang Nam Province, Vietnam. There a Shivalingam was discovered. It was briefed by the External Affairs Minister of India, S Sivakumar. Jaishankar “is a great cultural example of India’s growth partnership. He praised India’s and Vietnam’s civilized link.
According to a report by the Archaeological Survey of India, a four-member team of the study center has restored the temples into two separate groups on campus, and now the third group is working on the temples.