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Bojjannakonda and Lingalakonda are two Buddhist sites which exist on adjacent hillocks near a village called Sankaram in Vishakhapatnam district, located just a few kilometers from Anakapalle. The sites are believed to date between 4th and 9th Century A.D, that was when at Sanakaram (Sangharam as it was called then) when the 3 phases of Buddhism (Hinayana, Mahayana, and Vajrayana) flourished. Lingalakonda is covered with a large number of rock-cut small stupas form the shape of a ridge. Numerous antiquities were recovered during the excavations.

(Telugu: బొజ్జన్నకొండ బౌద్ధారామం, శంకరం, విశాఖ జిల్లా, ఆంధ్ర ప్రదేశ్, భారత్)

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This is a category about ASI monument number N-AP-125.

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