Warning: Last items in stock!
Located on the left bank of the Yamuna, at a distance of about 50 kilometres south-west of Allahabad, Kausambi is decidedly one of the most important sites of early historical India. Excavations carried out over here by the late Professor G.R. Sharma and his colleagues have brought to light many noteworthy structures and antiquities. However, some of the structures have wrongly been adjudged. For example, a fallen mass of bricks has been identified as a syena-chiti (eagle-shaped altar for sacrifice), or a medieval large-sized structure as the palace of the renowned king Udayana who in fact ruled around 500 BCE.
|Pages||xv+70, b/w ills., map|
|Publisher||Aryan Books International|
420gKausambi Revisited, Author: B.B. Lal, Category: Book, ISBN: 9788173055744, Condition: New."