Andhra Pradesh East Godavari district lo Uppada ane seaside village lo jarigina muchata idhi, general ga akkada jamdani style silk sarees famous ata, but ippudu inka ee gold beads dhorakadam tho veetiki kuda famous ayindi..
Monna vachina Cyclone Nivar effect ki Uppada coastal areas ki konni gold ornaments kottuka vachai, tharvatha akkada local fisherman beach dhagaraki velle sariki edho merisinattu anipivadam tho motham vethiki chusaru, gold ani thelisaka ah locals chala mandi vachi vethakuthunnaru…
About 50 people got gold worth Rs 3500 each.
Sea nunchi vache alalaku gold kottuku vasthundi akkada local villages vallaki theliyadam tho chala mandi vachi motham jallada pattadam start chesaru, ala vachina vallalo around 50 people ki gold dhorikindi, each person ki Rs 3500 varaku value chese ornaments and beads dhorikai.
Ekkada nunchi vasthunnai mari..?
Vasthunnai thiskuntunaru kani ekkada nunchi vasthunnayo exact ga source thelidhu inka, but akkada local police vallu mathram last two decades nunchi around 150 acres of land sea erosion valla loss ayaru ani, chala buildings and oka temple kuda vaatithone povadam tho dhaniki sambadinchinve ee gold ayuntadi ani antunaru..
It is customary in these parts to bury small gold beads or particles during foundation laying ceremony for houses and temples. Cyclone Nivar has overhauled the sea. In the process, some of the gold particles must have landed on the beach from the ocean bed, said local assistant sub-inspector, Lovu Raju.
Sources said thousands of devotees from across the Uppada coastal belt used to take a holy dip at the Matsya Linga temple till it ceased to exist due to sea erosion. There is however, no scientific theory available to establish the real cause of the gold pieces being traced here for last many years.
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