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Therefore some people started travelling from south to north.
Such northward migration continued for several centuries and finally when these people from south India reached the banks of Himalayan Rivers, they got climatic conditions conducive to long term development of civilization on the banks of these rivers providing security of water, food and shelter for a very long time.
When preheated to a temperature of 200˚C only one peak was observed at 240˚C.
)Looking across the vale from the horse (dragon / cat / interstellar UFO guiding post etc). The chalk road meanders into the distance (and Uffington village). A panoramic photo 'stitch' showing the Uffington White Horse & Castle, plus Dragon Hill.It has greatly narrowed the gap in Indian history by establishing the continuity of the Indian civilization from the Vedic Age to the present day." Here is a report about the latest excavations done by Dr. Following this report are a few articles and images.Sri Krishna is a towering personality and it is difficult to separate the human aspect of his life from the divine in Krishna concept.In the early eighties an important archaeological site was found in India, at Dwaraka, the site of the legendary city of Lord Krishna. Why is that the rediscovery of Dwaraka has not attracted the same degree of attention in the West, as that of ancient Troy by Heinrich Schliemann? This inscription refers to Dwaraka as the capital of the western coast of Saurashtra and still more important, states that Sri Krishna lived here. S R Rao has written: "The discovery of the legendary city of Dwaraka which is said to have been founded by Sri Krishna, is an important landmark in the history of India.Now, it is discovered that the whole coast of western India sank by nearly 40 feet around 1500 B. The establishment of one of the four of his pithas at Dwaraka by Sankaracharya attests to the great religious sanctity the place must have attained by the eighth century A. It has set to rest the doubts expressed by historians about the historicity of Mahabharata and the very existence of Dwaraka city. Rao of the Marine Archaeology Unit of the National Institute of Oceanography of India.