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The Eternal Harappan Script Tease

New findings raise an old question: Do South Indians belong to the Indus Valley Civilisation? ARCHAEOLOGY Around two kilometres away from the famous Vittala Temple in Hampi, Karnataka, through a dirt road that few individuals use, one reaches ... Open, 8 hours ago

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New Indian Express, 1 month ago
New Indian Express

Historical Tales From Harappa

BANGALORE: Dr Shankar Kashyap's Harappan series is an extraordinary work based on the Indus Valley Civilization during the third millennium BCE. The author has brought to life the Indus Valley civilization and the episodes in Rigveda. He also uses ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

The palace of Pernem

A brick from the Red Fort, pieces from the ruins of Harappa and Mohenjodaro, coins of Kadamba kings... An eyebrow or both involuntarily rise in surprise as Jitendra Deshprabhu lists some of the treasures in his family's private museum. Spread ...
 Times of India2 months ago
Bangalore Mirror

Prof sees Harappan script in Hampi

Historians call for caution in reading too much into hilltop paintings near heritage site This could turn out to be one of the biggest archaeological finds in South India. Dr KM Metry, professor of tribal studies at the Kannada University, Hampi, ...
 Bangalore Mirror3 weeks ago

Teachers Lit Fest: Without roots you float on a sea of vague information

Educat­ionist­s stress critic­al thinki­ng and reconn­ecting with our roots. Clay replicas of art from the Indus Valley. PHOTO: AYESHA MIR/EXPRESS LAHORE: Teachers reluctance to go beyond numeracy and literacy ...
 The Express Tribune1 day ago

ART FACTS: Modern impression of an ancient theme

November 22, 2014 Inspired by a majestic animal of ancient times, Anjum Ayaz carved new dimensions of Indus Bull creating modern impression of an ancient theme. Titled "Indus Bull" his recent works on Hub stone, Sand stone and drawings in ...
 Business Recorder6 days ago

Stress on unity among Oraons

Staff correspondent DIBRUGARH, Nov 20 Intellectuals from the Oraon (Kurukh) community have called for unity among themselves to revive, promote and develop the Oraon language and culture. In a meeting held recently under the aegis of the Kurukh ...
 Assam Tribune1 week ago

Pottery a medium of expression

en pots have been a part of history and have been the most graceful pieces created then and now. These beautiful art pieces are being put up at the Bhopal Potters Market 2014 at Gauhar Mahal giving an immense pleasure to the art lovers of the city ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago

Right up your rue

Even if you know Pondy like the back of your hand, this weekend is proof enough that you have plenty to catch up with. There are more than a handful of hotspots debuting in town- time for rediscovery, we say. Where to tuck in: Biryani in a ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

Around 70 sculptures made of wood, copper and other material have been put on display in exhibition.

An exhibition of paintings and sculptures by known artist and sculpturist Anjum Ayaz has started at Momart Art Gallery in Karachi. Titled Indus bell around seventy sculptures made of wood, copper and other material have been put on display in the ...
 Radio Pakistan1 week ago Exhibition has on display around 70 sculptures made of wood, copper and other material.  Radio Pakistan1 week ago
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