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Major anthropology find reported in India
CALCUTTA, India, Sept. 8 (UPI) -- Scientists report they have found evidence of the oldest human habitation in India, dating to 2 million years, on the banks of the Subarnarekha River.

The 30-mile stretch between Ghatshila in the province of Jharkhand and Mayurbhanj in Orissa has reportedly yielded tools that suggest the site could be unique in the world, with evidence of human habitation without a break from 2 million years ago to 5,000 B.C.

Anthropologists S. Chakraborty and Robin Barron told the Calcutta Telegraph: "There are no signs of terra incognito (a break in the continuum) in the Subarnarekha valley, unlike any other site in India. Some of the heavier tools resemble those found in the East African stone-age shelters, used by the Australopithecus."

Chakraborty said the uninterrupted habitation could make the site more important than even the Aldovai Gorge in East Africa, the Somme Valley of France, Stonehenge in England, the Narmada basin in Madhya Pradesh and the Velamadurai-Pallavaram rectangle in Tamil Nadu.

Baron further stated that this new find will be a mile stone. Its quite possible that this might be linked with Vedic culture. But for this time we must leave as it is till be get further evidence.

Ancient seals found at Mehrgrah excavation site

The French excavations at Mehrgarhhas unearthed 160 ancient seals.The seals are said to be 6,700 years old and were probably used to stamp goods that were to be exported. The seals had the picture of Lord Rama. Some artifacts found suggest to linked to aryan phase.  



Koreans Search for Roots in Ujjain


A high-power delegation from South Korea visited Ujjain to revive two millennia-old ties with the  town. The South Koreans discovered that a Princess of Korea was married to Aryan King Vikramaditya in around 52 BCE. Vikramditya was  was the King of Aryan  kingdom that had 69% of Asia under his control. The Princess was married to the Indian King at the age of 16. The Koreans believe that the King was the father of the descendants who unified various Korean kingdoms in the 7th century CE. Since the first century CE his descendants prospered and became the largest clan in Korea, known as the Karak, whose members had been highly distinguished people. The present President of South Korea, Kim Dae-Jung, believes that he is also a descendant of the Great King of India. He is regarded as the most blessed King of Korea in the last 2,000 years, and Koreans believe that this could be due to the religious significance of the Divine land Aryavrata. The Counsel General of Korea said "I hope historians will be able to learn more about this great ancient Arya Culture."