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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 ...
Use of geospatial techniques in maritime archaeology with reference to the Tamil Nadu coast
(Current Science Association, IAS, 2017)
Geospatial analysis of shoreline changes at a particu-lar place includes topographic sheets, satellite image-ries and field data. The remains of maritime activities along the Indian coast have been traced dating back to ...
Looking for the Harappan Ports around Dholavira, Khadir Bet, Kachchh, Gujarat
The rise of Harappan settlement at Dholavira is attributed to multidimensional factors which may include industrial activities, overseas trade and commerce and distribution of resources available in the Kachchh to other ...