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Was the Rann of Kachchh navigable during the Harappan times (Mid-Holocene)? An archaeological perspective
(Current Science Association, 2013)
The Kachchh region, presently, is one of the difficul t areas in the Indian subcontinent for human settlement due to harsh climate, scanty rainfall and hence no scope for agriculture production. However, the region was ...
Shoreline changes along Tamil Nadu coast: A study based on archaeological and coastal dynamics perspective
Available geophysical survey data confirm submergence of a large area comprising of building complex, which are possible remains of a submerged township A global sea level rise estimate of 1-2 mm per year would inundate ...
Time and causes of submergence of ancient temple structures off Mahabalipuram, East Coast of India
(NIScPR-CSIR, India, 2021)
As per traditional belief, some part of the ancient town of Mahabalipuram had been submerged just off the shore temple and this story has been recorded by the several British travelers during the 18th - 19th century. During ...
Submergence of Poompuhar - Study based on underwater explorations and coastal processes
(National Institute of Oceanography, India, 2004)
Poompuhar, a flourishing port in the beginning of Christian era played a major role in maritime activities and cultural expansion in the history of India. Sangam literature vividly describe about its location, habitation ...