As per recent report based on C 14 radio-dating, the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has declared which of the following sites as the oldest site of Indus Valley Civilization?
The Archaeological Survey of India has recently debunked its early research that the Indus Valley Civilization's Harappan phase originated in Sind, in present-day Pakistan. According to new report based on C-14 radio-dating, the Bhirrana village, on the banks of the Ghaggar River, in Fatehabad district of Haryana is date back to 7570-6200 BC. The previous Pakistan-French study had put Mehrgarh site in Pakistan as the oldest site date back to 6400-7000 BC.
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