India is on the hunt for 24 - untrace...

India is on the hunt for 24 - untraceable' historical treasures

There are 1 comment on the Santa Fe New Mexican story from Jan 14, 2018, titled India is on the hunt for 24 - untraceable' historical treasures. In it, Santa Fe New Mexican reports that:

An Indian ethnic Tamil Hindu woman sits Sunday along with her children before cooking special food to celebrate the harvest festival of Pongal at Dharavi, one of the world's largest slums, in Mumbai, India. Last week, after repeated calls by Indian parliamentarians to locate lost monuments, the Archaeological Survey of India instructed its local affiliates to redouble efforts to find a cache of missing antiquities that includes medieval tombs, inscribed tablets and temples.

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Archaeonaut

North Augusta, SC

#1 Jan 15, 2018
Look in the British Museum.

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