ANCIENT INDIA-A BULLETIN OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF INDIA
Ancient India, a bulletin of the Archaeological Survey of India was started in January, 1946. The bulletin is edited by the Director General of ASI. Ancient India started off as a bi-annual journal, but became an annual publication from 1949. Illustrated with plates, figures, tables, diagrams and maps, the journal included various subjects including exploration, excavation, conservation, technical notes, art, iconography including latest field investigations. The journal offered a rich collection of research articles, notes, and documentations.Notes and Technical Section were the two regular sections of the journal, the former provided the brief information about the journal and the activities of the Archaeological Survey of India and the latter offered perspectives on various aspects of archaeology.
23 issues of Ancient India have been published so far up to 1966. The same publication has now been revived as Ancient India-New Series in 2011.
1. Ministry of Culture announces 7 new circles of Archaeological Survey of India The Ministry of Culture has announced 7 new circles of Archaeological Survey of India. This information was shared by theUnion Minister of State for Culture and Tourism (IC), Shri Prahlad Singh Patel in a video message tweeted by him today. Shri Patel said that the Ministry of Culture has taken this step in accordance with the Prime Minister’s call to facilitate and strengthen the process of preservation and registration of archaeological monuments along with registration of artefacts with self dec
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Saving Lives and Livelihoods amidst a Once-in-a-Century Crisis
• India focused on saving lives and livelihoods by its willingness to take sh
8. 6 New Circles of Archaeological Survey of India created Archaeological Survey of India, an attached office of Ministry of Culture, Government of India vide Notification dated 28th August 2020 established Six new Circles by bifurcation of its existing Circles as per details given below:-
Rajkot Circle, Gujarat – by bifurcation of Vadodara Circle.
Jabalpur Circle, Madhya Pradesh – by bifurcation of Bhopal Circle.
Tiruchirappalli (Trichy) Circle, Tamil Nadu – by bifurcation of Chennai &am