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A maritime archaeological exploration along the Narmada estuary, west coast of India
(Indian Society for Prehistoric and Quaternary Studies, 2016)
A coastal exploration along the estuary of the River Narmada yielded the evidence of a port in Bharuch. Several early historic sites are noted along the down-stream of the River Narmada. Interestingly, there is a temple ...
Ancient Indians (Harappan settlement) were aware of tsunami/storm protection measures: A new interpretation of thick walls at Dholavira, Gujarat, India
(Current Science Association, 2016)
Dholavira, an archaeological site of Harappan times in Gujarat, had ‘city fortification’ as a unique aspect of its town planning. The thickness of the main city wall is alarming3, 9, 10. The probable cause of such massive ...