Various legends and other uncommon landforms remind of the submerged continent of Lemuria that stretched all the way from India to Australia. Like Atlantis, this ancient dry land disappeared in mysterious circumstances tens of thousands of years ago.
According to geologists, the Lemurian continent had been divided somewhere towards the end of the Mesozoic era because of the rising waters. India’s National Institute if Oceanography revealed in a study that water level was one hundred meters lower, or so, 14,500 years ago, and it gradually went up as a result of the Earth heating up until periodic floods coated a substantial portion of the landmass. In turn, this led to the disappearance of many coastal civilizations, in our case Lemuria, or Kumari Kandam.
Now, we have so much technology at hand, and it might appear an inexpensive task to uncover the ruins of this fabled continent, however the ocean bottom is an inhospitable place with frequent transitions ensuing from volcanic activity, earthquakes and erosion. It may be that we’ll never discover the ruins of ancient Lemuria, but rumors about it will continue to surf the world during this new age of information.