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Sunday, 7 April 2013
'Remarkable' 4,000 year-old relics found on the banks of the Narmada could change understanding of human history
Archaeologists have found 4,000-year-old stone tools and earthenware in a remote village on the banks of river Narmada in Harda district of Bhopal.
The treasures that have emerged could change our whole understanding of how evolution of mankind began along the Narmada.
These priceless relics belonging to Chalcolithic Age are probably the most important archaeological discovery ever made in the region.
Posted by blogster at 12:36