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    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.

    Ancient India (Number 1)

    2. The Chronology of Prehistoric North-West India

    By Stuart Piggott

    3. A New Hoard from Taxila (Bhir Mound)

    By G. M. Young

    4. The Pottery of Ahichchhatra, District Bareilly , U.P.

    By A. Ghosh and K. C. Panigrahi

    5. ADILABAD - a part of the 'fourth' Delhi

    By Hilary Waddington

    6. Technical Section - Notes on the Preservation of Antiquities in the Field

    By Khan Bahadur Mohd. Sana Ullah

    Ancient India (Number 2)

    2. The Megalithic Burials and Urn-Fields of South India in the Light of Tamil Literature and Tradition

    By K. R. Srinivasan

    3. ARIKAMEDU : An Indo-Roman Trading Station on the East Coast of India

    By R. E. M. Wheeler

    4. Archaeological Planning for India : Some of the Factors

     

    5. Technical Section: Archaeological Photography

    By Squadron Leader M. B. Cookson, R.A.F.

    Ancient India (Number 3)

    2. Stone Age India

    By V. D. Krishnaswami

    3. HARAPPA 1946: The Defences and Cemetery R 37

    By R. E. M. Wheeler

    4. A New Prehistoric Ceramic from Baluchistan

    By Stuart Piggott

    5. Technical Section: The Recording of Archaeological Strata

     

    Ancient India (Number 4)

    2. The Minor Rock-Edicts of Asoka and some Connected Problems

    By N. P. Chakravarti

    3. Notes on Certain Metal Pins and A Mace-Head in the Harappa Culture

    By Stuart Piggott

    4. TAXILA (SIRKAP), 1944-5

    By A. Ghosh

    5. Iran and India in Pre-Islamic Times: A Lecture

    By R. E. M. Wheeler

    6. Terracotta Figurines of Ahichchhatra, District Bareilly, U.P.

    By V. S. Agrawala

    7. Brahmagiri and Chandravalli 1947: Megalithic and other Cultures in the Chitaldrug District, Mysore State

    By R. E. M. Wheeler

    8. Technical Section: Further notes on Digging and Recording

    Ancient India (Number 5)

    2. Further Exploration in Sind : 1938

    By Krishna Deva and Donald E. McCown

    3. Sassanian Moties on Painted Pottery from North-West India

    By Stuart Piggott

    4. Megalithic Types of South India

    By V. D. Krishnaswami

    5. Ten Years of Indian Epigraphy (1937-46)

    By B. Ch. Chhabra, N. Lakshminarayan Rao and M. Ashraf Husain

    6. SISUPALGARH 1948: An Early Historical Fort in Eastern India

    By B. B. Lal

    7. Technical Section: Vegetation on Monuments

    By K. R. Srinivasan

    Ancient India (Number 6)

    2. Re-Examination of a Wooden Post from Kirari, Madhya Pradesh

    By S. S. Ghosh

    3. Geographical and Chronological Factors in Indian Iconography

    By C. Sivaramamurti

    4. The Stone Industries of the Holocene in India and Pakistan

    By D. H. Gordon

    5. Repairs at Agra and Fatehpur Sikri: 1944-49

    By Madho Sarup Vats

    6. An Inscribed Bodhisattva Image from Mathura

    By T. N. Ramachandran

    7. Technical Section: The Red Paint, Lime-Washes and Plasters on Bhuvaneswar and Konarak Temples

    By T. R. Gairola

    Ancient India (Number 7)

    2.Further Copper Hoards from the Gangetic Basin and a Review of the Problem

    By B. B. Lal

    3. The Lithic Tool-Industries of the Singrauli Basin, District Mirzapur

    By V. D. Krishnaswami and K. V. Soundararajan

    4. RAJGIR 1950

    By A. Ghosh

    5. Technical Section: The Weights of the Punch-Marked Coins from Barwani (Madhya Bharat)

    By T. R. Gairola

    Ancient India (Number 8)

    2.Examination of Some Ancient Indian Glass Specimens

    By B. B. Lal

    3. Wood-Remains from Sisupalgarh

    By K. A. Chowdhury and S. S. Ghosh

    4. Beads from Ahichchhatra, U.P.

    By Moreshwar G. Dikshit

    5. Stone Age Industries Near Giddalur, District Kurnool

    By K. V. Soundara Rajan

    6. Technical Section: Preservation of Some Ancient Paintings and Manuscripts

    By T. R. Gairola

    Ancient India (Number 9)

    2. Fifty Years of the Archaeological Survey of India

    By A. Ghosh

    3. Progress in Prehistory

    By V. D. Krishnaswami

    4. Protohistoric Investigation

    By B. B. Lal

    5. Survey of South Indian Megaliths

    By K. R. Srinivasan and N. R. Banerjee

    6. Exploration of Historical Sites

    By Y. D. Sharma

    7. Preservation of Monuments

    By T. N. Ramachandran

    8. Archaeological Chemistry and Scientific Studies

    By Dr. B. B. Lal

    9. Epigraphical Research

    By B. Ch. Chhabra, D. C. Sircar and Z. A. Desai

    10. Museums

    By C. Sivaramamurti and J. K. Roy

    Ancient India (Number 10 & 11)

    2. Angling in Ancient India

    By Sunder Lal Hora

    3. The Pottery Industries of the Indo-Iranian Border : A Re-Statement and Tentative Chronology

    By D. H. Gordon

    4. Technical Section : Preservation of Two Ancient Objects

    By T. R. Gairola

    Ancient India (Number 12)

    2. The Megalithic Problem of Chingleput in the Light of Recent Exploration

    By N. R. Banerjee

    3. Animal-Fossils and Palaeolithic Industries from the Pravara Basin at Nevasa, District Ahmadnagar

    By H. D. Sankalia

    4. An Examination of Some Metal Images From Nalanda

    By B. B. Lal

    5. Palaeoliths from the Beas and Banganga Valleys, Panjab

    By B. B. Lal

    6. Rock-Cut Caves in Cochin

    By Y. D. Sharma

    7. Technical Section : Bidri Ware

    By T. R. Gairola

    Ancient India (Number 13)

    2. Technical Section : Preservation of a textile and a miniature painting

    By T. R. Gairola

    Ancient India (Number 14)

    2. Studies in the Stone Age of Nagarjunakonda and its Neighbourhood

    By K. V. Soundara Rajan

    3. The Pallava Architecture of South India

    By K. R. Srinivasan

    4. Technical Section : Examination of Rods of Glass-Like Material from Arikamedu

    By Dr. B. B. Lal

    Ancient India (Number 15)

    2. The Temples of Khajuraho in Central India

    By Krishna Deva

    3. The Rock-Cut Caves of Pitalkhora in the Deccan

    By M. N. Deshpande

    4. Technical Section : Examination and Preservation of a Painted Stucco Head

    By J. C. Nagpall and O. P. Agrawal

    Ancient India (Number 16)

    2. The Neolithic Pattern of India

    By V. D. Krishnaswami

    3. Some Aspects of the Buddhist Monuments at Nagarjunakonda

    By H. Sarkar

    4. Technical Section : Preservation of a miniature and a wall-painting

    By B. B. Lal

    Ancient India (Number 17)

    2. The Microlithic Site of Birbhanpur : A Geochronological Study

    By Dr. B. B. Lal and S. B. Lal

    3. Repairs to the Ellora Caves

    By R. Sengupta

    4. Quaternary Pebble, Core and Flake Cultures of India - An Appraisal of the Data

    By K. V. Soundara Rajan

    Ancient India (Number 18 & 19)

    2. A Picture Emerges : An Assessment of the Carbon-14 Datings of the Protohistoric Cultures of the Indo-Pakistan Subcontinent

    By B. B. Lal

    3. Archaeology in India Today

    By Niharranjan Ray

    4. Technical Section : Chemical preservation of ancient objects

    By Dr. B. B. Lal

    Ancient India (Number 20 & 21)

    2. Beginnings of Sculptural Art in South-East India : A Stele from Amaravati

    By A. Ghosh & H. Sarkar

    3. Ancient Races of India & Pakistan - A Study of Methods

    By D. K. Sen

    4. Technical Section : A House that was never built !

    By B. B. Lal

    Ancient India (Number 22)

    2. KESARAPALLE 1962

    By H. Sarkar with contribution by M. D. Khare

    3. Prehistoric Exploration in Katmandu Valley, Nepal

    By Dr. R. V. Joshi

    4. Preservation of Mural Paintings

    By Dr. B. B. Lal

    New Series (No. 1) - 2011

    2. Palaeolithic India and Human Dispersal

    ByD. K. Bhattacharya

    3. From Stone Tools to Satellites: Recent Research into the Prehistory of Tamil Nadu

    ByShanti Pappu, Kumar Akhilesh, Sudha Ravindranath and Uday Raj

    4. Prehistoric Rock Art Imagery of the Vindhyas

    ByAjay Pratap

    5. The Decline of Harappan Civilization

    ByK. N. Dikshit

    6. Excavations at Karsola Kheda, Jind District, haryana, 2010-11

    ByV. Shinde and P. B. S. Sengar

    7. Excavations at Lathiya (Ghazipur District, Uttar Pradesh): 2009-10

    ByB. R. Mani, I. D. Dwivedi, S. K. Manjul and Arwin Manjul

    8. Evolution of Terracotta Female Forms from Ropar (From c. 200 BC to AD 600)

    ByArundhati Banerji

    9. The Riddle of the Ancient Indian Eras is Not Yet Solved

    ByGerard Fussman

    10. Six Decades of Indian Epigraphy (1950-2010): Sanskrit and Dravidian Inscriptions

    ByT. Ravishankar

    11. Arabic and Persian Epigraphs: Recent Discoveries

    ByG. S. Khwaja

    12. Architecture and Society

    ByM. K. Dhavalikar

    13. Tribe, Tribal and Indian Numismatics vis-a-vis Neoevolutionary Paradigm

    ByM. P. Joshi

    14. Archaeology in North-East India: The Post-Independence Scenario

    ByGautam Sengupta and Sukanya Sharma

    15. Museums in India: A Review

    ByS. S. Biswas

    16. Royal Attributes of the Nirmanakaya Sakyamuni and the Dharmakaya Buddhas

    ByLokesh Chandra

     

     

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