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Harappan civilisation

‘Harappan civilisation is 7000 to 8000 years old’: Scientists studying DNA samples from Rakhigarhi site find

The ASI and Deccan College Pune have worked together over the past two years to complete the third phase of excavations at Rakhigarhi, led by ASI joint director Sanjay Kumar Manjul and Deccan College Pune assistant professor Prabhodh Shirwalkar.

Harappan people ate multigrain “laddoos”, used them in rituals on the banks of River Saraswati, says new ASI study

The Harappan laddoos from 2600 BCE were excavated by the ASI in 2017 and were given to the BSIP for scientific analysis

Research by IIT-Bombay and PRL, Ahmedabad scientists finds evidence of Saraswati river: Read details

The research by the scientists of PRL, Ahmedabad and IIT-Bombay says that ample evidence has been found that suggests a considerable number of Harappan settlements had flourished along the ancient course of a modern seasonal stream called Ghaggar in Northwestern India.

No ‘Aryan Gene’ in Rakhigarhi skeletons, Indus Valley population largest source of ancestry for South Asians: Study

The study involved the inspection of DNA samples of the skeletons found in Rakhigarhi, an Indus Valley Civilisation (IVC) site in Haryana.

Archaeologists discover pre-Harappan site ruins in Kutch

A pre-Harappan cemetry is founded from the Dholavira excavation site in Kutch

In a first, Archaeologists discovered a couple grave in a Harappan cemetery

This is the first anthropologically confirmed case of coupled burial from a Harappan cemetery

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