At a survey of ASI, it was earlier found that the Stupas of Sannati were much larger and was richer in architectural consideration. The developmental projects taken up by Sannati Developmental Authority did transform it into a better place. The improvement of infrastructure and construction of a museum did attracted many tourists from all around the world.
The Museum of Sannati Gulbarga displayed the sculptures and other historic evidences from the various Buddhist sites in the states. The Archaeological Department also found some terracotta items. Most importantly numerous panels of structures were also excavated from the ruins of “Maha Stupa” or the Adholoka Maha Chaiyta as the locals call it which means the Great Stupa of the Netherworld. On one of the stone, the portrait of Emperor Ashoka seated on his throne was also available and it was the only surviving with his throne of the great Emperor.