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ASI's new line of steps to help devotees ascend Vindhyagiri hi...

The Archaeological Survey of India is building a new line of steps for devotees opting for 'doli' or palanquin service to climb Vindhyagiri at Shravanabelagola during Bahubali Mahamastakabhisheka in February 2018. The steps are being built at a cost of Rs 42 ... Deccan Herald, 4 hours ago

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Tripura: Tourists enjoy boat ride to Debtamura through rain forest

[India], Apr 19 (ANI): Tourists flocked to the hill range in South Tripura district, Debtamura, to witness archaeological site of rock sculptures, panel of carved images on the steep mountain wall on the bank of Gomti river. A boat is the only source of ...
 Sify1 week ago

Pupils visit Shivneri, study archaeology, architecture

An NGO 'Shivdhyas' dedicated to creating awareness about historical forts of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj had organised a one-day picnic on Sunday for school children to the historic Shivneri fort
 DNA1 week ago

ICHR to undertake marine project on Ram Setu

The Indian Council for Historical Research (ICHR) will undertake a marine archaeology project by the end of this year to establish with "material evidence" if the Ram Setu is natural or man-made. "Ram Setu is a two-month-long pilot project. We have planned to ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago Ram Setu a man-made structure or natural? ICHR to explore  Rediff.com1 month ago ICHR to undertake pilot project on Ram Setu structures  Business Standard1 month ago
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MP: 50,000-year-old archaeological remains discovered

The excavation carried out in the Narmada valley at Mehtakhedi village under Khargone district has led to the discovery of 350 archaeological remains which the experts claim to be 50,000 years old.
 MSN India1 month ago Excavation leads to discovery of 350 archaeological remains  DNA1 month ago Excavations to revive Saraswati river reveal pre-Harappan  DNA1 month ago Mob attack archaeology site believed to have Buddha's remains  MSN India2 months ago

World's largest capstone unearthed by archaeologists in Telangana!

By Zee Media Bureau | Last Updated: Sunday, March 26, 2017 - 19:29 Image courtesy: Wikipedia (For representational purposes only) New Delhi: Archaeological discoveries never cease to amaze even the best of us. Artifacts and whole cities dating up to several ...
 Zee News1 month ago Archaeologists find world's largest capstone in Telangana  DNA1 month ago

Manu's flood a reality, says archaeologist at ICHR meet

The research paper of the former director general of Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), the findings of which were arrived at by linking Manu's flood to the disappearance of the Saraswati river through archaeological evidence, was presented today at a ...
 DNA1 month ago Workers flay Archaeological Survey of India  The Assam Tribune1 month ago Qutub baoli lies neglected, Mehrauli thirsts for water  DNA2 months ago

Finish temple repair work by June 2, HC directs ASI

The Orissa High Court today directed the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) to complete by June 2 the repair work of the prayer hall of the Jagannath Temple at Puri.
 DNA1 month ago ASI urged to renovate ancient temple in Puducherry  Business Standard2 months ago

Students unearth parts of burial urn in Nagai dist

Students studying history and archaeology in two colleges have unearthed parts of a burial urn at Thillaiyadi in Nagapattinam district. Tarangambadi Tahsildar Elangovan said 20 students and six professors from TBML College, Porayar in Nagapattinam district ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

HC seeks reply to petition filed by Agra tourist guides

The Allahabad High Court today sought response from the Centre and the Archaeological Survey of India on a petition by over 50 tourist guides from Agra against non-renewal of their licenses.
 DNA1 month ago
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