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Ernampadu mound (Krishna), Wednesday, December 10, 2014

ASI gears up for excavations at Ghantasala

Buddhist monasteries dating back to 1st century A.D to be unearthed. In 1870-71, Boswell of the East India Company first reported Ghantasala as a Buddhist site and later Alexander Rea excavated the stupa partially. »
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New Delhi, Friday, November 7, 2014

SC concerned over Indian artefacts reaching foreign auction houses

It has suggested that Calcutta HC may monitor the probe into the affairs of the Indian Museum »
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CHEBROLU, Saturday, September 27, 2014

Buddhist artefacts discovered in Chebrolu

The discovery of thoranam, placed in front of the Maha Stupa, and the earlier discovery of several Buddhist artefacts point to the fact that the Maha Stupa at Chebrolu could have been a major Buddhist site of the Satavahana and Ikvakshu times »
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