5000-year-old Harrapan artefacts may get a place in new Rakhigarhi museum

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The archaeologists believe that this site might contain over 5000-year-old mysteries of the Harappan civilization. 

 

A team of Indian and South Korean researchers led by Vasant Shinde of Deccan College, Pune carried out excavations on this site between 2013 and 2016.

 

Of the 62 graveyards discovered during the digging in one grave only remains of a couple were discovered.

 

The Punjab and Haryana High Court in 2018 ordered razing of more than 201 illegal houses constructed on these mounds.

 

Period4 Feb 2020

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  • Title5000-year-old Harrapan artefacts may get a place in new Rakhigarhi museum
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletThe New Indian Express
    Media typeWeb
    CountryIndia
    Date4/02/20
    DescriptionThe archaeologists believe that this site might contain over 5000-year-old mysteries of the Harappan civilization.

    A team of Indian and South Korean researchers led by Vasant Shinde of Deccan College, Pune carried out excavations on this site between 2013 and 2016.

    Of the 62 graveyards discovered during the digging in one grave only remains of a couple were discovered.

    The Punjab and Haryana High Court in 2018 ordered razing of more than 201 illegal houses constructed on these mounds.
    Producer/AuthorHarpreet Bajwa
    URLhttps://www.newindianexpress.com/nation/2020/feb/04/5000-year-old-harrapan-artefacts-may-get-a-place-in-new-rakhigarhi-museum-2098619.html
    PersonsDong Hoon Shin