Archaeology

Women in the Indus Valley Civilization

The Indus valley civilization is symbolized as the plethora of goddesses during the Vedic period, where men and women in…

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Migration, not conquest, drove Anglo-Saxon takeover of England

But in the later 20th century, many archaeologists suspected envisioned a small migration of a warrior elite, who imposed their…

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Punjabis and Sindhis are the Ancestors of All Indians!

A new paper authored by 92 scientists from around the globe could settle some major questions about the subcontinent’s history…

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A Port in the Desert

The already excavated portions of the site, believed to be either Sassui’s Banbhore or the city of Debal, were crumbling…

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The discovery of new prehistoric sites in Sindh

The Mol and Khadeji River terraces yielded and impressive number of findspots and scatters of knapped stone artefacts. Monitoring Desk…

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Sindhi monks had attended 2nd and 3rd Buddhist councils in 278 and 253 B.C.

The stupas in Sindh are either hemispherical, semi-rectangular heaps and cylindrical in the shape of towers. The structures of the…

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One of the oldest known mosques in the world uncovered in Israel

The small prayer hall was uncovered during salvage excavations ahead of the construction of new neighborhoods in the Negev Bedouin…

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R. D. Banerji – The Bengali archaeologist who discovered Mohen Jo Darro

Banerji had submitted a first report to Sir John Marshal on the discovery of Mohen Jo Darro in 1920 but…

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Splendour of Agham Kot

Thousands of graves and hundreds of madrasahs and tombs at Agham Kot or Aghamano are now a site of total…

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The Mosque of the Mianwals

This mosque and seminary of Garhi became the center and identity of the Mianwal movement in seventeenth-century Sindh. Zulfiqar Ali…

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