Nearly 50 archaeological sites have been found in Prayagraj by a workforce from the Department of Ancient History, Culture, and Archaeology in the Ishwar Saran PG College. The workforce carried out an archaeological village-to-village survey on foot in the neighborhood of the confluence of the Ganga and the Yamuna rivers of Prayagraj, from Jhunsi to Shringverpur and from (*50*) to Kali Paltan in Kaushambhi district on each side of the Ganga river.
The survey stretched for 70 km on the bottom floor and three to five km (in width) on each side of the river.
It was carried out beneath the course of principal of the school and head of the division and undertaking director, Professor Anand Shankar Singh and the undertaking deputy director and Assistant Professor Jamil Ahmad, alongside along with his workforce.
This was, maybe, the primary time that an archaeological survey was taken up in this space on such a big scale.
Professor Singh stated: “The survey was carried out in greater than 80 villages on each the shores of the river Ganga which fall beneath the Phoolpur, Sadar and Soraon tehsils of Prayagraj district and the Chail tehsil of Kaushambhi district.
Nearly 50 sites of archaeological significance have been marked and documented, from the place, numerous archaeological stays from Chalcolithic interval (round 3,000 to 2,000 BC when copper was the dominant steel) to the Mughal interval and later, have been found.”
These stays consist of assorted forms of potteries, terracotta and semi-precious stones, microlith (1cm to 8cm lengthy stone instruments), beads and instruments of stone and iron and supplies product of bone and ivory are necessary.
An in depth report of the survey has lately been despatched to Indian Archaeological Survey, New Delhi for publication in their annual journal, ‘Indian Archaeology – a Review’.
The faculty is engaged on sending a proposal for additional excavation of chosen archaeological sites close to Kaurihar to Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), New Delhi.
These antiquities obtained from the Gangetic space have been stored for examine by the researchers in the newly constructed Archaeological Centre of the College.
The overwhelming majority of cultural supplies excavated from this area clearly signifies the continual and wealthy habitats of this area from the distant previous.
The availability of antiquarian and inventive antiquities comes from virtually all of the antiquarian sites and offers useful and helpful details about the inventive tastes and on a regular basis use of life and cultural inventory of the folks right here.
It is noteworthy that the ASI, New Delhi, has licensed Ishwar Saran P.G. College for archaeological survey in this space.