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The Lost River: Archaeology and Chronology of the River Sarasvati (Part 2)

“Currently, around 1500 mature (urban 2600-1900 BCE) Harappan sites have been discovered in the basin of the River Sarasvati (tributaries of the present Ghaggar Hakra system),” says Michel Daninio, Indic studies scholar and author, 'The Lost River: On the Trail of the Sarasvati'

2 teachers claim discovering gigantic fossil site in J&K

Two local teachers on Saturday claimed that they have discovered a gigantic fossil site in Jammu & Kashmir's Kulgam district. Manzoor Ahmad and Rouf...

The Lost River: archaeology and chronology of the river Sarasvati (Part1)

“You cannot read one article in Bharatiya  press without the word ‘mythical ‘being attributed to the Sarasvati and it has even become so cliched!  The River Sarasvati   is not mythical as per Bharatiya literature. So, it’s a completely unjustified controversy,” says Michel Daninio, Indic studies scholar and author, The Lost River: On the Trail of the Sarasvati

12th century sculptures discovered in Palghar, Maharashtra

Sculptures belonging to the 12th century have been discovered in Jamsar Village located in the Jawhar Taluka limits in Maharashtra's Palghar district. The sculptures...

3,500-yr-old tomb in Xinjiang, China indicates sun worship

Chinese archaeologists examining an ancient tomb in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region have conjectured that the site was dedicated to the worship of...

9th Century Shiv Ling discovered in Vietnam’s My Son

The discovery of a 9th Century Shiv Ling at the Cham Temple Complex in My Son, Vietnam by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI)...

Indonesia’s Hindu history: Elevator Summary

For a person with interest in history and extent of Hindu Dharma in South East Asia, a visit to Jakarta’s national museum is a...

Majority South Asians are descendants of Harappans

Majority of South Asians today are descendants of Harappans, says veteran archaeologist Prof Vasant Shinde. "The genetic evidence coupled with archaeological evidence indicates continuity till...

A note on chariots excavated at Sanauli, Baghpat, UP

This article will discuss the important archaeological finds of at least three excavated chariots found by archaeologists at Sanauli (Sinauli) in Baghpat district, UP....

Excavations at Srirangam temple complex ransacked by Delhi Sultanate

Srirangam Island, at the confluence of the Kaveri and Kollidam Rivers in Bharat’s state of Tamil Nadu, is home to a 2,000-year-old temple complex,...

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