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9 Traditional Indian Games And Toys On The Verge Of Extinction

Toys have existed in India since the Indus Valley Civilisation. 5000 years and these simple playthings evolved to what they are today. Toys and games were not only meant to keep children entertained, but also to teach them how to develop their minds ... Indiatimes, 1 week ago

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DAY-YOGA-THIRD LEAD BEGINS THREE NEW DELHI

Yoga is widely considered as an immortal cultural outcome of the Indus Saraswati Valley civilisation dating back to 2,700 BC and has proven itself to cater to both material and spiritual uplift of humanity. A number of seals and fossil remains of ...
 United News of India2 weeks ago History gets a makeover at Delhi's National Museum  Business Standard India4 days ago 47 Islamic Nations Join Yoga Day  Weekly Voice1 week ago 47 Islamic nations rejoice Yoga Day | Pak should rethink its stance on Yoga: Prasad  Economic Times2 weeks ago
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River perished & took a city along

Excavations show Harappan site died as Saraswati dried THE Indus Valley civilisation, popularly known as Harappan civilisation, has been a puzzle for several decades now. But with the ongoing excavation in Rakhigarhi, Haryana, jointly conducted by ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago Excavations show Harappan site died as Saraswati river dried  India Today1 month ago
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Indus Valley people migrated from one place to another

Washington, May 4 (PTI) Ancient people in the Indus Valley apparently did not stay put, as was previously thought, a team of US and Indian researchers has found by examining 4,000-year-old teeth. When tooth enamel forms, it incorporates elements ...
 Press Trust of India2 months ago Indus Valley people migrated from place to place  Press Trust of India2 months ago
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Indus Valley script numerical, not language: Historian

Contrary to the age-old assumption that the Indus script is a language, a veteran science historian has claimed that it is numerical, as evident from numbers and symbols in the seals and artifacts of the Indus Valley Civilisation (3000-1900 BC)."Attempts to ...
 Prokerala1 month ago Indus Valley script numerical, says historian  The Gulf Today1 month ago
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Outlook India

Five Aged Civilisations In Trouble Deep

A homeless man in Athens, Greece. It perhaps is just a coincidence but countries — where at one point in ancient history, successful, prosperous civilisations flourished — seem to be in the doldrums. Some are in the grips of major financial ...
 Outlook India1 week ago

Dholavira: Bricks of our Ancestors

Web Exclusive Web Exclusive Visit this Harappan site to marvel at the ancient civilisation's quest for perfection After meandering through generic landscapes for almost an hour, the bus suddenly found itself in front of a pristine white ...
 Open2 weeks ago

A third of world's biggest groundwater basins are overstressed

WASHINGTON: The Indus Basin of northwestern India and Pakistan is the second-most overstressed groundwater basin in the world and is suffering rapid depletion from human use, scientists have found. Two new studies led by University of California - ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago

Kashmir & the Indus

The Kashmir issue remains a hydra-headed problem, one that is marked by a territorial controversy, an ideological dispute, the question of self-determination, militancy, and a human rights dimension. But one critical aspect of this multifaceted ...
 The Statesman1 month ago

On a Harappan quest

Could a village in Haryana have been the ancient civilisation's very first settlement? ARCHAEOLOGY The drone of monotonous activity is occasionally broken by an exchange of words. I think today might be the day well touch the natural ...
 Open1 month ago Haryana discovery that promises to challenge our ancient history  DAWN Group2 months ago
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