Scientists have found that much of the Indus thrived around an extinct river, challenging ideas about how urbanization in ancient cultures evolved.
Nearly 4,000-year-old bone ornaments, a capstone and other rare objects belonging to the megalithic age have been found at different sites near Hyderabad.
Samples sent from archaeological excavations at Keezhadi have been identified as nearly 2,200 years old
The dilapidated Shri Varun Dev Mandir in Pakistan lies in its ruins only to be used by tourists to the nearby Manora beach as toilets.
While 80 per cent of the five-foot statue was buried in the soil, the face of Lord Buddha with seven-head snake was found outside the ground.
The Telangana Archaeology Department has excavated a stunning discovery – one of India's largest capstones, and the largest such stone in south India so far.
Darren Curnoe, UNSW When was the remote Australian continent first settled? Where did these ancient Australians come from? Was the island settled once, or on multiple occasions? Is there a genealogical connection between the Indigenous people of Australia and India?...
Is Ram Setu a natural phenomenon or a man-made structure? The Indian Council of Historical Research (ICHR) under the HRD ministry will conduct an underwater exploration study to find out.
The excavation at Dhaneti, located about 25 km south of Bhuj in Kutch, has thrown up a major surprise for researchers. Unlike conventional burial sites of Harappan era discovered so far, this mass burial site is not in the vicinity...