Secrets Of Sinauli Archaeological Site of Uttar Pradesh
Secrets Of Sinauli Archaeological Site of Uttar Pradesh: Sinauli is a Village in Baraut Tehsil of Baghpat District of Uttar Pradesh. In the excavation done in 200, 125 graves related to the Indus Valley Civilization were found here.
What was Discovered in the Sinauli Archaeological Site of Uttar Pradesh?
Skeletons have also been found during excavations at Rakhigarhi, Kalibanga, and Lothal, the main sites of the Indus Valley Civilization. The tombs found here are told of 2200-1800 BC.
The special thing is that in the excavation here, chariots and weapons of ancient India have also been found from under the earth. There are not only rare antiquities buried in the fields here but the history of ancient India is buried under the houses located in the village streets and localities.
Here the team of ASI dug about 15-16 feet, then the male skeleton, two copper rings, copper sheath, gold ornaments, beads, earthenware, large pots, and a ruined kitchen have come out from the ground. All are believed to be from the Mahabharata period.
Located on the Baraut-Chhaprauli road, Sinauli, with a population of about 18,000, is grabbing media headlines all over the world today as a documentary film is about to air on it on Discovery Plus.
A new discovery by scientists of IIT Kharagpur and the Archaeological Department of India has revealed that the Indus Valley Civilization is believed to be around 6000 BC i.e. 8000 years old today.
There are at least eight major sites in the Indus Valley where entire cities have been discovered. Whose names are Harappa, Mohenjodero, Chanhudaro, Luthal, Kalibanga, Surkotada, Rangpur and Ropar.
From the excavations of the British, it is believed that the cities of the Indus civilization were established by 2600 BC. This thinking was changed with the antiquities found at Dholavira in Gujarat, Bhirrana, Rakhigarhi in Haryana, and Sinauli in Uttar Pradesh.
The period of Lord Shri Ram is considered to be 5114 BC while the period of Shri Krishna is considered to be 3228 BC. New archaeological discoveries show that the history of India that was taught or told so far was not true. The truth is something else that is yet to be revealed.