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Indus Valley Civilization (also known as Harrapan civilization) flourished from approximately 3300 BC to 1300 BC (for almost two thousand years) in a large area from north-west India extending up-to Afghanistan; then it disappeared in a span of just ... DNA India, 1 month ago

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4,000-year-old house found at Baghpat village offers rare clue to Harappan habitation

The late Harappan phase pertains to the period starting around 1900-1800 BC when the Indus Valley Civilization, popularly known as the Harappan Culture, began to decline. MEERUT: Here's something for history buffs to get excited about. The Archaeological ...
 Economic Times4 weeks ago The Eternal Harappan Script Tease  Open2 months ago ASI finds remnants of 4,000-year-old house in Baghpat that corresponds to Harappan period  IBNLive India News1 month ago
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Civilization in ancient China may be older than we thought

However, other ancient civilizations, like those of Mesopotamia and the Indus Valley remain peripheral to our knowledge of the period and the history of ancient China is a closed book for many of us. The new findings below may help us get a clearer ...
 Digital Journal2 weeks ago

Hindus laud Australia Government agency for funding employees' yoga classes

Hindu community has commended IP Australia, an agency within Australia Government Department of Industry, for reportedly subsidizing its employees' yoga classes. Zed, who is President of Universal Society of Hinduism, pointed out that yoga, ...
 Meri News3 weeks ago Australia Government Agency Funds for Employees Yoga Class  MedIndia3 weeks ago

The origins of the Tandoor

BY ZUBIN DSOUZA Archaeologists uncovering the ruins of the Mohenjodaro and Harappan civilizations were in for a shock. Here, right in the Indus Valley, lay a farming community that was rather advanced. In 3000 BC, the Harappans grew cardamom, ...
 Navhind Times1 month ago

Fall of ancient civilization offers climate warning

Two scholars have a new explanation for the collapse of one of the great Bronze Age civilizations. The Assyrian empire of the 7th century BC based in Nineveh, in what is now northern Iraq may have collapsed at least in part because of a population ...
 Eco-Business2 months ago

The Empire of the Indus…

The Indus, the longest river in Pakistan, is one of the most mesmerizing geographical features of the region. Centuries of history entwined with its past and miles of geography playing its host have lent the status of a marvel to the river… *** ...
 The Friday Times3 weeks ago
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Blue Hole of Belize may explain demise of Mayan civilization

The mighty Mayan culture, which began around 2,000 BC and continued until 800 to 900 AD was one of the most advanced civilizations in the world during its height. Its great pyramids, architecture, urban structures, agriculture, knowledge of ...
 Digital Journal1 month ago

News from around the Asia Pacific region, Dec 16

Hotel industry and travel news from around the Asia Pacific region; this week: IHG returns to Christchurch, Changi Airports to improve Maldives airport, Impact of Martial Law in Bangkok and more... IHG Returns to Christchurch Crowne Plaza ...
 4Hoteliers1 month ago HVS Asia Pacific Hospitality Newsletter - Week Ending 5 December 2014  HVS International - Singapore Bureau1 month ago

First Look: Ranbir Kapoor in Bombay Velvet

A look at the top tweets from your favourite Bollywood celebrities: Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap has released a picture from his next film, Bombay Velvet.He shared a teaser poster (left) and wrote: 'Give it up for the Big Shot of #BombayVelvet Johnny Balraj. First look out tomorrow.' The film, which is based on Gyan Prakash's book Mumbai Fables, stars Ranbir Kapoor, Anushka Sharma, Karan Johar, and Kay Kay Menon. It is scheduled to release on May 15.         ...
 Rediff.com1 hour ago
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