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Abdul Rashid Lone
Agrawal, D.P. 1982. The Kashmir Karewas: A Multidisciplinary Perspective', Man and Environment ​6:1–4.   Agrawal, D.P., R. Dodia, B.S. Kotlia, H. Razdan, and A. Sahni. 1990. 'The Plio-Pleistocene Geologic and Climatic Record of the Kashmir Valley, India: A Review and New Data', Man and Environment…
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Abdul Rashid Lone
The valley of Kashmir, located in the lap of the Western Himalayas, has Pleistocene[1] loess[2] deposits which are considered the thickest and most extensive in the Indian subcontinent. In relation to the terrestrial palaeoenvironmental changes these deposits serve as the best and most important…
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In conversation with Dr. Nayanjot Lahiri, Professor of History at Ashoka University, about communication and trade networks during the Prehistoric Period in Kashmir. She talks about the cultural background in the north and north-western landscape of the Indian subcontinent during the third…
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Abdul Rashid Lone
The history and archaeology of the state of Jammu and Kashmir is very interesting and promising. Unfortunately little is known about the rich culture and heritage of Kashmir. The State is a sufferer of insurgency for many decades. The disciplines of history and archaeology have also suffered. Some…
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Deeksha Bhardwaj
  Known variously as the Harappan Civilisation, Indus Valley Civilisation, and Indus Civilisation, the period between c. 2700 -1900 BCE in undivided Northwest and West India represented the Bronze Age phenomenon of the Indian subcontinent. The region witnessed an economic and socio-cultural…
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