casino torrent,On Thursday, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin reignited the debate about the oldest Indian civilisation in TN Assembly. Not so much of a debate as much a statement that the Indian subcontinent's civilisation should be rewritten based on the archaeological findings from sites at Keezhadi, Adhichanallur, Sivakalai, Korkai, Kodumanal, Mayiladumparai and Gangaikonda Cholapuram in Tamil Nadu. The excavation at Keezhadi near Madurai, specifically established that the earliest civilisation in Tamil Nadu could safely be dated to a period about 300 years earlier than what was previously believed. The problem is that this fails to find a mention in our history textbooks.
10bet review uk,Our textbooks open the cradle of civilisation with the oldest Indian civilisation, which lay on the banks of the Indus River and is called the Harappan or the Indus Valley Civilisation. This is dated to be around 25th Century BCE and was abandoned in the 19th century BCE — a period of about six hundred years. The city of Mohenjo-Daro is considered to be one of the world's earliest major cities, contemporaneous with the ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, Minoan Crete and Norte Chico civilizations. The civilisation began to gradual decline by 1900 BCE and by around 1700 BCE most of the cities had been abandoned. Historians believe that the settlement of people gradually migrated to the southern parts of the peninsula through the western coastal regions. Some parts of those communities settled along the Gangetic plain where civilisation started to arise about 1200 BCE.
sport bet live,The settlements that moved to southern parts established their civilisation in the regions. At least this was the theory until about six years ago, and that is the account you will find in the history textbooks hitherto published.
live cri sco,The saga started in 2015 when the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) unearthed antiquities in the excavations that they said “may provide crucial evidence to understanding the missing links of the Iron Age [12th century BCE to 6th century BCE] to the Early Historic Period [6th century BCE to 4th century BCE] and subsequent cultural developments.”
The subsequent excavations unravelled structures,dafabet login in india and artefacts that established the existence of a Tamil civilisation that had trade links with other regions in the country and abroad. The scientific dates obtained for Keezhadi findings push back the date of the Tamil-Brahmi script to the 6th century BCE. This is said to be the famed Sangam period, rhapsodized by Tamil poets.
While Tamilians had literary validation of their civilisation dating back to 3,000 years, the carbon dating of the earthenware and the grains excavated established beyond doubt that the civilisation existed between the 6th century BCE and 1st century CE. To mention specifically, the rice along with husk that was found in offering pot within the urn at Sivakalai, yielded the date of 1155 BCE in carbon dating. This establishes that the people of Sivakalai established a civilization there over 3200 years ago. A civilisation that was erudite,free bet slots no deposit , urbane, advanced in terms of irrigation, social life, architecture, and endowed with economic prowess.
blackjack clubs,And this is what CM MK Stalin sought when he made the announcement in the Assembly today that the Indian subcontinent's civilisation history must be rewritten. The revised historical accounts should include the ancient Tamil civilisation. Stalin further announced that a museum will be constructed at a cost of Rs 15 crore to display the artefacts unearthed in Tamil Nadu archaeological sites. The CM’s announcement was welcomed by CPI (M) MP from Madurai Su Venkatesan, who added that “this has come at a time when liars are spreading scriptures as historical evidence.”
free slots no,History, as they say, is an account backed by facts and evidence. The archaeological findings in Tamil Nadu over the past years merit more than a passing reference in the way we are taught about our past.