Bengaluru’s history buffs look for stories in stones
| Wednesday | 12th February, 2020
Many people are developing an interest to study stone inscriptions and going in search of them.
They have found some interesting stones linked to the history of Bengaluru.
The latest such was the meeting at Hebbal, on February 8 and 9, where a 1,300-year-old stone inscription was discussed at length.
“There are many history books written by eminent people like Epigraphia Carnatic, and by Bengajmin Lewis Rice, which are referred to by the ISBG teammates to look for stone inscriptions.
While looking for stones, the locals also give leads to locations and then more are found.
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