Many legends exist about Lemuria, a drowned continent that stretched from India to Australia. This ancient country, like Atlantis, perished tens of thousands of years ago for unknown causes.
According to geologists, this continent was separated towards the end of the Mesozoic period owing to increasing sea levels.
According to Indian research, the water level was a hundred meters lower 14,000 years ago but progressively rose due to global warming until it covered a substantial area of the globe, causing the destruction of several coastal civilizations including Lemuria and Kumari Kandam.
We now have excellent technology at our disposal, making the discovery of ruins on this continent seem to be a straightforward task; yet, the ocean floor is a hospital that undergoes constant changes due to volcanic activity, earthquakes, and erosion.
Even if we never see the remains of ancient Lemuria, stories about it will continue to circulate throughout the globe in this new information era.