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Indian Archaeology: Looking Back, Looking Forward 2000: Reflections On The Arts In India, edited by Pratapaditya Pal,

Title:Indian Archaeology: Looking Back, Looking Forward 2000: Reflections On The Arts In India, edited by Pratapaditya Pal,
Author:Lal, B.B.
Publication:Marg
Enumeration:Vol. 52-2, p. 26-37
Abstract:After the discovery of remains at Harappa in 1921, and Mohenjodaro the following year, large-scale excavations were carried out at these sites. After Independence (when these areas went to Pakistan), Indian archaeologists discovered many more Harappan sites in India, which have added much to our knowledge of that civilization. Besides this, the Archaeological Survey of India has been active in both excavation and conservation in many parts of India and has even lent its expertise to other countries such as Afghanistan and Cambodia. The writer outlines the achievements and identifies areas for future concern and improvement.

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