I did try to find info. I gave up, remembering a vid about some building foundations found under water off the Indian coast, that apparently no one was allowed to get permits to explore for some reason. That odd restriction planted a seed of doubt that perhaps the Indian government was practicing Hawass'ian protection of the exploration of anything that might be a departure from the modern paradigm, that perhaps might enshrine their cultural or religious heritage.
Sucks that these doubts or suspicions of mainstream archeology distract me. Its an idea routed in the fundamental presumptions of old where 'occupiers' were attributed as original builders, and its a reasonable mistake, but the real damage comes from the decades or even centuries of defense of those idea's where you lose me. I could learn alot more if I didn't have to be suspicious of the reading material being an attempt to indoctrinate me to some fear motivated dogma propaganda. I'm not comfortable with how paranoid that sounds. But I'm less comfortable losing more time to beliefs anchored in the hope that academia is beyond reproach. That feel more lazy than the laziness attributed to a lack of research.
If I knew everything about a particular subject and had to read through a bunch of alternative theorists projecting doubt about what I knew to be secure, there would never be a point where I would ever reveal any enjoyment of lording over any of them, (with the exception of flat earthers - who don't deserve it, but demonstrate they are beyond hope, and are therefore kind of asking to be shaken from their cult leaders grip). But even so, count the responses I've made to our local flat earth poster here.