Six copper axes and some pieces of pottery discovered at Rampur Maniharan site in Sakatpur, Uttar Pradesh, India. Archaeologists believe they might indicate the existence of a separate culture that straddled the Ganges-Yamuna Culture, contemporary with the Indus Valley Civilisation (3300-1700 BC).
Experts concluded that the structure that was revealed in the Hosakerehalli lake in Bangalore, India, dates in fact back to 1000 AD.
Human remains dating to 1000 BC were found by researchers in the recently discovered chamber tombs by the Godvari river in the area between Tadwai to Bhadrachalam, East India.
Danish archaeologists discovered a jewellery workshop containing semi-precious gemstones on a small island of Failaka off Kuwait’s coast. The finds date to between 2100 and 1700 BC.
Workers removing silt and weeds at Hosakerehalli Lake, Bangalore, India, discovered a stone structure that turned out to be remains of a “mandapa”, a pillared outdoor hall. The find is believed to be 400 years old.
Three shipwrecks were discovered off shore of north-eastern Australia, at Kenn Reefs in the Coral Sea. The wrecks are believed to be at least 150 years old.
A team of archaeologists and historians identified a 600-year-old brick temple in Kothur in the outskirts of Vijayawada city, Andhra Pradesh, South India. It was built in 1400 AD by Kumaragiri Reddy of Kondavedu dynasty.
Discovery of inscriptions in Kannada language in the Pranaveswara temple in Shivamogga district of Karnataka state, South India, push the origin of the language further back. The epigraphic finds are dated from 450 AD to 350-370 AD.
A join Indian and Chinese archaeological team conducting excavations at Kollam Port, second largest port in Karela, India, discovered numerous various relics, including coins, metal objects, and vessel fragments.
Remains of a giant temple gate were found in Padmakshi temple in Hanamkonda, central India. These are the remains of a fourth gate, known as thoranam found at the Inavolu Mallikarjuna Swamy temple.
Students from Mumbai discovered ancient structures, possibly forming a temple, within caves in Sion and Chunabhatti, Mumbai, India. The caves seem to have been occupied during Medieval times.
Researchers recovered remains of US soldiers who died in a plane crash during World War Two, in the area of Lower Dibang Valley, Arunachal Pradesh state, north-eastern India.
Sculptures belonging to Jain Thirthankaras of the Vedic period (1500-500 BC) were found at the village of Siddenki, Telangana state in southern India. The site is located 3 kilometres away from the 2000 years old Jain Temple of Kulpakji also known as Kolanupaka.
A Panchaloha idol of Lord Saneshwara was discovered in Qutballapur village in Ranga Reddy district, Telangana state of India. The find was made accidentally by workers while digging.
A stone causeway, measuring 4 kilometres in length and 20 metres in width, was found over Sone river in Bihar, north-eastern India. The structure is said to be a part of the Grand Trunk road, or Uttarpath, built by Afghan ruler Sher Shah Suri in the 16th century.
Archaeologists found remains of a 1000-year-old wall, possibly longest wall in India, in an area about near Gorakhpur village, about 200 kilometres from Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, central India.
Archaeologists discovered that the Indus Valley civilisation, that occupied the region of what is now Pakistan and North-west India during the Bronze Age domesticated rice farming far earlier than previously believed.
An epigrapher deciphered ancient script that was engraved in stone between the inner and outer arches of the Bhadra citadel, Ahmedabad, India. The script talks about an unusual event in history during the Mughal Empire rule.
Ancient rock art was found near the Marella Balijapalli village in north-western Chittoor district, Andhra Pradesh state of India. The paintings show both people and animals.
Archaeologists discovered hero stones, called Veeragal stones, in the vicinity of Kolanupaka Temple, a 2,000 year old Jain temple at the village of Kolanupaka in Nalgonda district, southern India. The stones are believed to date between 8th and 14th centuries.