Indus Valley Civilisation: From cattle to pig, here is what prehistoric people in Indian subcontinent ate, according to new research
The study suggests that the high percentage of cattle bones found suggest that there was a cultural preference for beef across Indus Valley Civilisation which was supplemented by mutton/lamb.
Earlier excavations of Bhanbhore in the 1950s and 1960s also had found some finished ivory pieces.
Findings at Keeladi site trace back to 6th century BCE, graffiti symbols found bear resemblance to Indus Valley Civilisation
Cultural deposits unearthed at the Keeladi Vaigai excavation site in Tamil Nadu can be dated back to 6th century BCE, at least 3 century earlier than previously thought.