How to get started carving rocks sacred to the Hindu goddess Shiva?
The stone mountain, located in the southern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, is one of the holiest sites in Hinduism, known as the birthplace of Shiva.
Stone Mountain, known locally as Sainagar, is the home of the Goddess Shiva, and she was born there in the 5th century BC.
The ancient rock carving has been found by a local resident, whose body has been wrapped in cloths to protect it from sun damage.
The area is believed to have been inhabited by the ancient Ghatas who lived during the 7th to 8th centuries BC.
The Hindu goddess Siva was also revered in the ancient Indian religion, which is based on the belief that she came from a remote cave, and had to be born on the holy mountain in order to continue to exist.
The sacred rock carving, which has been carved on stone and carved into the ground, is thought to be a representation of her life and death.
Siva’s tomb, where she was buried, was one of her most holy places.
Stone Mountain has been used as a burial ground for thousands of years, according to the Guinness Book of World Records.
The rock carving was first discovered by the local resident of the area, who had brought it to the area from his village.
He said the carving had been made using “a piece of wood with a hole in the middle” and the hole had been left open to allow sunlight to pass through.
He has been working on it for the last three years and hopes to have a stone carving done this summer.
“It is very important that we keep the site sacred to Siva and the Ghata culture and also preserve the history of the Gharwata region,” he told the Hindustan Times.
According to the official site of Sainagara, stone carving has existed in the region since the 7 th century BC, and was “a special feature of Siva shrine”.
The local village chief has been preparing the rock carving for years and has been careful not to damage the stone, he said.
“I have kept the site holy and I have taken the proper precautions to ensure it is preserved and protected,” he said, adding that he hopes the carving will be completed in time for the festival.