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Indus Valley

A God for Small Things

Ira Mukhoty

The Indus Civilisation can teach us much about equality and harmony, aesthetics and planning

The Mystery of the Indus Valley Language

Could a word for elephant in ancient Mesopotamia be the elusive connect between Harappans and Dravidians?

A Healthy Tradition

In an earlier age, India looked at exercise as more than fitness for the sake of fitness

The Tree of Life

Community lessons from the plant kingdom

An Old Theory in the Light of New Science

Rakhigarhi does not end the Aryan invasion debate but it provides more accurate answers to who we are

The Origins

The debate on Aryan migration has long divided Indian academics into opposing camps. Two recent genetic studies appear to have solved the mystery of where we come from by offering fresh insight into who the people of the Indus Valley Civilisation really were

About a Chariot in Prehistory: The Rediscovery of India

Recent archaeological studies shed some light on 1,500 years after the collapse of the Harappan civilisation

Speaking Stones

Why the vast spread of Neolithic cultures across South Asia goes unnoticed

Nayanjot Lahiri, Historian

Civilisational Quest

The Genetic History of Indians: Are We What We Think We Are?

Fresh research on the genetic history of Indians revives the Aryan migration theory

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