Archaeological Survey of India
1100-year-old monolithic sandstone Shivling unearthed in Vietnam’s Cham temple complex in My Son Sanctuary
The 9th-century fully intact Shivling is part of a complex of Hindu temples which were constructed by the Champa Empire between 4th century CE and 13th century CE.
"Let me be clear, India is secular only because it is a Hindu majority nation, said Dr KK Muhammed.
Purana Qilla may have been the site of Mahabharata’s Indraprastha: ASI to carry out another round of excavations
The ASI believes that a village named Indrapat existed at the site until 1913, which is the direct descendant of Mahabharata's 'Indraprastha', founded by the Pandavas as their capital.
Event to honour archeologist KK Muhammad cancelled after Islamists protest his finding that Ram Temple existed at Ram Janmabhoomi
In a worrisome incident, an event which was scheduled to honour archaeologist KK Muhammed was cancelled after Islamists threatened the organisers to cancel the event.
BB Lal demolishes claims of AMU professor, confirms KK Muhammed was part of team that excavated Ram Janmabhoomi site in 1976
Syed Ali Rizvi, Chairman of the Department of History, Aligarh Muslim University, had written a letter stating said KK Muhammed was never part of BB Lal team that excavated Ram Janmabhoomi site
Former ASI regional director KK Muhammed explains why Muslims should voluntarily hand over the land at Ayodhya to Hindus
Ram Temple at Ayodhya is as important for Hindus as Mecca an Medina is for Muslims, said the ex ASI official
Culture Ministry’s mega plan: Rs 27,000 crores for development of ASI monuments, museums, historical sites including Hampi and Rakhigarhi
The ministry is reportedly exploring technological options for 'authentic reconstruction' of archaeological sites including Indus Valley sites such as Dholavira and Rakhigarhi.
ASI finds evidence of 4000 years old civilisation at ‘Mahabharat era’ excavation site, different from Indus Valley Civilisation
This excavation is a continuation of the work started in 2018, at Sanauli
The coins will be sent to the archaeological department for further examination.
The 6th of December, 1992 could be regarded as the most important even in the history of independent India.