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Indus civilisation did not grow around a flowing river, say researchers
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Indus civilisation did not grow around a flowing river, say re...

The Indus civilisation flourished along a course abandoned by the major Himalayan river Sutlej, and did not develop around a flowing river as believed, scientists from India and the United Kingdom have found. Scientists have found that much of the Indus civilisation thrived around an extinct river, challenging ideas about how urbanisation in ancient cultures evolved. Archaeological evidence shows that many of the settlements in the Indus or Harappan Civilisation ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago

Navigation began in India: Indus Valley Indians used monsoon winds for sailing

Indians had knowledge of harnessing monsoon winds for navigation long before Hippalus, the Greek mariner and acclaimed discoverer of monsoon winds, according to a study by the National Institute of Oceanography (NIO) in Goa."The people of Indus Valley ...
 Prokerala6 days ago

Expo on splendours of Indian architecture

The Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) launched its Mangaluru chapter on Saturday by holding an exhibition on the Splendours of Indian Architecture at Kodialguthu mane chavadi. Photographs of architecture from pre-Christ era till ...
 Deccan Herald1 day ago
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S'pore exhibits 140 rare artefacts of Indian traditional craft

An exhibition of some 140 Indian rare traditional artefacts, some dating back to 5,000 years, opened in here today with a minister urging Singaporeans to visit it and witness the evolution of artistic and crafting traditions across generations.The highlight ...
 Business Standard3 days ago
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Zero's Homecoming

The Indian high commission in London is making efforts to take the manuscript to India for display. Ashis Ray reports. Photographs: Courtesy Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford.  If diplomacy and persuasion succeed, there could be an historic homecoming, albeit temporarily, of the Bakhshali Manuscript -- the oldest recorded evidence of the origin of the zero symbol, an Indian invention. A government source disclosed the Indian high commission in London is making efforts to ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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