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Underwater investigations off Mahabalipuram, Tamil Nadu, India
(Indian Academy of Sciences, 2004)
Mahabalipuram, the famous centre of Pallava art and architecture, is situated on the coast of Tamil Nadu, India. The local traditions and the foreign accounts vividly refer to the submergence of six temples out of seven ...
Onshore and near shore explorations along the southern Tamilnadu coast: With a view to locating ancient ports and submerged sites
(Sharada Publishing House, 2006)
Tamilnadu coast is dotted with several ancient ports. An onshore exploration was carried out along the southern Tamilnadu coast and located several medieval ports near Nagarcoil and in Rameswaram island which include Puttan ...
Anchors from Goa waters, central west coast of India: Remains of Goa's overseas trade contacts with Arabian countries and Portugal
(The Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology Inc, 2003)
Underwater explorations have been initiated in Goa waters since 1997 for locating shipwrecks. These explorations brought to light the Indo-Arabian type of stone anchors from Sunchi Reef and Grande Island, a unique type of ...
पोरबन्दर क्षेत्र में समुद्री पुरातात्विक सर्वेक्षण
(Central Glass and Ceramics Research Institute, Calcutta, 2009)
Ancient Dwarka: Study based on recent underwater archaeological investigations
Dwarka, one of the best-studied underwater sites in India, has commanded much attraction, also because the site is considered as one of the sour Dhamas (sacred place for pilgrimage) of the Hindu religion. According to ...
Harappan maritime legacies of Gujarat
(Asian Publication Services, New Delhi, 2000)
Earthern pot traditions of ancient India
(Central Glass and Ceramics Research Institute, Calcutta, 2000)
New evidence of marine archaeology around Mul Dwarka (Kodinar), Gujarat coast, India
(Indian Society for Prehistoric and Quaternary Studies, 2009)
Marine archaeological explorations were carried out in and around Mul Dwarka (Kodinar) on the Saurshtra coast. The oldest remains are attributed to the Harappan phase at Kanjetar and Kaj. Both sites are situated close to ...
Stone anchors (composite type) from the Saurshtra coast, India: An indicator of ancient ports and sea routes
(The Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology, 2004)
Marine archaeological investigations on the Saurashtra coast specially at Dwarka, Bet Dwarka, Armada and Somnath brought to light a large number of stone anchors of various type which include composite, grapnel and ring-stone ...
Exploration for shipwrecks off Sunchi Reef, Goa, west coast of India
(Taylor and Francis, 2001)
Archival records show that a number of ships have sunk in the waters off Goa, on the west coast of India, as a result of foul weather, warfare and human error. Explorations were carried out in 1997-99 to locate shipwrecks ...