Reported in "the pioneer" about our work in Rakhigarhi

Forever, even in death

Sunday, 09 June 2019 | Apporva Shardha

Do you believe in forever and wish to be with  the love of your life even in death? If you think that you are the only one with such a dream, you would be wrong. The first ever couple to aspire for such future was found at a 4,500-year-old site of the Harappan civilisation.

Though the archaeologists and scientists from India and South Korea found these two ‘rare’ skeletons in a Harappan (or Indus Valley) city (now Rakhigarhi village in Haryana) back in 2016, it took the researchers two years to put the events in a chronological order and finally publish it an international journal. One such finding is that — the man was aged about 35 and the woman, about 25.....


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