Patna: ASI unearths 2,000-365 days-previous brick partitions believed to be of Kushan age
Creator: | Edited By: DNA Net Personnel |Updated: Jun 04, 2022, 06: 51 PM IST
The Patna circle of the Archaeological Review of India (ASI) has dug up remnants of brick partitions, which officials judge can be no longer no longer as a lot as 2,000-365 days-previous, at the positioning of a pond rejuvenation work in Kumrahar region.
Goutami Bhattacharya, the superintending archaeologist of ASI-Patna circle, said that the officials found the remains of the partitions as digging work used to be underway on Thursday at Kumrahar – 6 km to the east of Patna Railway Plan – where relics of the Mauryan empire had been show previously.
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“The ASI is rejuvenating the protected pond as fragment of the Centre’s ‘Mission Amrit Sarovar’ initiative. The brick partitions in the route of the pond are a vital compile. A crew of ASI consultants is analysing the archaeological importance of the partitions,” Bhattacharya advised PTI.
It looks that these bricks belong to the Kushan age that ruled over many of the northern Indian subcontinent, Afghanistan, and ingredients of Central Asia from circa AD 30 to circa 375, but any conclusion would possibly perhaps per chance well well additionally simply additionally be drawn handiest after an intensive prognosis, she said.
“We now beget got also instant our senior officials at the ASI headquarters in Unusual Delhi referring to the discovery,” she mentioned.
The ASI-Patna is rejuvenating all eleven protected water our bodies in Bihar in step with the Centre’s ‘Mission Amrit Sarovar’ initiative.
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