Ancient artefacts excavated from Ghaziabad village

Over 2 dozen artefacts, dating back to the Mahabharata period, have been excavated from a village.

Ghaziabad: Over two dozen artefacts, some of them dating back to the Mahabharata period, have been excavated from a village near here, experts claimed.

The earthen pitchers and utensils were found in Sadabad Jhakiva village, K K Sharma of M M College and Avnish Tyagi of K P Degree College said.

They said the objects belong to varying periods from 1BC to the Mahabharta period (5000 BC -6000BC).

The duos, who have been carrying out the excavations for the last six months, said that they have informed the Archaeological Survey of India about the find.

PTI

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