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Important Findings
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Exploration & Excavation
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Suggested Topics For Research
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Archaeological studies in India were initiated in 1784 with the establishment of the Asiatic Society in Bengal by Sir William Jones. He is credited with the identification of Chandragupta Maurya with Sandrokottos of Greek literature. He was also the first to develop parameters for the chronology of Ancient Indian History as well as the identification of the ancient site of Pataliputra on the confluence of the Ganga and Son. Other scholars associated with the Asiatic Society also contributed very significantly. Notable among them were Charles Wilkinson who deciphered the Gupta and Kutila inscriptions and James Princep who decoded the Brahmi script.
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Agra -Taj Mahal
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The 17th General Conference of UNESCO adopted 'The Convention Concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage' in 1972.This convention provided for a 'World Heritage Committee' ....
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Pragdhara
Pragdhara
Pragdhara is the Annual journal of the Directorate of Archaeology, Uttar Pradesh. Within a short span this Journal has come to be recognised as one of the leading archaeological journals of the country. . .
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Current Research Projects
Dhasan Valley Exploration,district Jhansi
Village-to-Village Exploration, district Mirzapur.
Ancient settlements of the Gangetic Plain.
Exploration in district Chandauli.
 
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