Buried in Jwalapuram, Kurnool, are the clues to the subcontinent’s earliest inhabitants
How did a 5,000 sq. km. lake transform into the Kashmir we know today? A look at Kashmir’s prehistoric past...
Etched thousands of years ago on stone and deeply fascinating even today. Only, the message is obscured in time.
Attirampakkam is home to the earliest traces of human existence in the Indian subcontinent, dating back to 1.7 million years ago