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Coastal structural remains on the east coast of India: Evidence of maritime activities and their significance
(Sharada Publishing House, 2009)
Archaeological evidence and literary sources mention that India had several ports and trade centres dating back to the Harappan period onwards. Archaeological explorations and excavations have brought to light a number of ...
Remains of the ancient ports and anchorage points at Miyani and Visawada, on the west coast of India: A study based on underwater investigations
(The Society for Nautical Research, 2007)
The recent underwater explorations on the Saurashtra coast, Gujarat, India between Miyani on the west and Porbandar on the east yielded the existence two ports at Visawada and Miyani. Both sites are situated along the ...
Marine archaeological investigations in Okhamandal region of Saurashtra, west coast of India
(Gujarat Historical Society, 2003)
The history of Okhamandal region, west coast of India has been often viewed from point of religion and very little interest has been shown on the social and commercial history of this area. Marine archaeological investigations ...
Maritime archaeology of Kalinga and the contact with southeast Asian countries
(Agam Kala Prakashan; Delhi (India), 2002)
During the last five thousand years in the maritime history of India, Kaling played an important role in diffusing the Indian culture in Southeast Asian countries. Archaeological exploration and excavations, epigraphical ...
A Single-hole stone anchor from Kottapatnam: Early historic port site of Andhra Pradesh, India
(The Nautical Archaeology Society, 2014)
Archaeological, epigraphical, numismatic and other sources confirm that ports of Andhra Pradesh had played a significant role in spreading Indian culture to distant countries. Along with other ports Kottapatnam has contributed ...
Ports and maritime activities of Orissa (16th to 19th centuries)
(Munshiram Manoharlal, New Delhi (India), 1997)
Ports and maritime activities of Orissa (India) and the maritime contacts with European countries during 16th to 19th century are presented in this paper. The matrial for the study has beach collected from the European ...
Stone anchors (composite type) from the Saurshtra coast, India: An indicator of ancient ports and sea routes
(The Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology, 2004)
Marine archaeological investigations on the Saurashtra coast specially at Dwarka, Bet Dwarka, Armada and Somnath brought to light a large number of stone anchors of various type which include composite, grapnel and ring-stone ...
Maritime archaeology for beginners
(Kaveri Books, 2009)