One temple is located on the north-western side, while another one is in the south western corner.
Kara, situated on the right bank of River Ganges, was one of the nine holiest shrines in ancient India.
Kaushambi (Kosam), once the capital of Chedi-Vatsa Janpada, one of the important Janpada among 16 Janpadas of that time and was ruled by King Udayan.
A huge mound, named Lakshagrih, is spread over 29 bighas. Here seals of ancient period are often found during the rainy season that reflects the antiquity of the place.
There is a great controversy regarding the establishment of the town. The place is said to have been founded in 1638. The city still has some architectural remains which tell the history & reflect its glorious past.
There is a great controversy regarding the establishment of the town.
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