Indus Valley Civilisation
New study says Indus Valley Civilization people ate meat, were especially fond of beef

A research team recovered 172 pottery fragments from five Indus Valley Civilization sites and conducted a lipid residue analysis on them. The study aimed to delve deeper into the food habits of the Harappans by analyzing this residue

Did the end of green Sahara lead to the collapse of civilisations?

We discuss the possible relationship between the desertification of the Green Sahara and consequent climate shifts that may have led civilisations across Asia and Africa to collapse.

Rakhigarhi skeleton DNA: Indus Valley people not Rig-Vedic Aryans

New research has debunked purist far-right wing arguments about the settling of the Indian subcontinent and proved the role of migration and cross-cultural exchange in the growth of civilization

Indus Valley How did agriculture begin in South Asia?

Newsclick’s Prabir Purkayastha talks about two recently published papers on the history of agriculture in South Asia and the various migrations that brought people to the Indian subcontinent.