To learn in deep depth of technologies used by Harappa civilisation, a group of researchers have decided to research the Harappan technologies including water management, stone-beading, crafts production, Indus ceramic technologies, metal and metallurgy, which are still used.
The researchers across the country are ready to revisit 5,000-year-old Harppan sites. Prof D Bala Subramanian, chairman of research council claimed that researchers will relook at the science, technology and innovations that happened in ancient India in 3,000–4,500 BC or 5,000-6,000 years ago.
Prof Vasant Shinde, highlighted the method of water harvesting used by Harappa people is perfect example of modern civilization. He said that India needs these methods and technologies to save underground water.
The researchers’ team does not want any foreign aid to carry on research.
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