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Ancient India

  What is mean by inscriptions? Inscriptions are virtually permanent records, some of which carry dates. Others are dated on the basis of Palaeography or styles of writing, with a fair amount of precision. What is mean by janapadas? Janapada means the land where a jana (a people, clan or tribe) sets its foot or […]

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PRE-HISTORY

PRE-HISTORY: The prehistory age is that age of human progress about which no historical evidence is available. It is only scanty archaeological finding, particularly certain tools and weapons which prove that man passed lakhs of years before he was able to develop what are now called culture and civilization of any sort. In India too, […]

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ANCIENT INDIA PALEOLITHIC AGE

Explain about Paleolithic age? The earliest traces of human livings in India are found in the Soan in Punjab now in Pakistan. Other site are found in Kashmir, Belam valley in Mirzapur in Uttar Pradesh, Didwana in Rajasthan, Narmada vally and in the rock and caves of Bhimbtkar near Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh roughly belonging […]

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Neolithic Age

Neolithic Age What is does the word Neolithic man mean? The Neolithic is the youngest part of the Stone Age. The word “Neolithic” comes from two words in Greek meaning “new” and “lithic”, meaning “stone”. The Neolithic period is the time when farming was invented and when people started caring for animals, such as cows, sheep and pigs. What is the definition of Neolithic? Neolithic Period, also called […]

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Paleolithic Age

Paleolithic Age Facts The Paleolithic Age refers to a time period in history, from approximately 2.6 million years ago to roughly 10,000 years ago. The Paleolithic Age covers the period from when stone tools were first used by man to the beginning of the Mesolithic Age. The Paleolithic Age is divided into three divisions, including […]

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Ancient India

Archaeology The science which enables us to dig the old mounds in a systematic manner, in successive layers, and to form an idea of the material life of the people is called archaeology C14 A scientific method of dating the excavated and recovered material remains are known as Radio Carbon Method. It is associated with […]

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