Published by the director general archaeological survey of India, Janpath, New Delhi (2005)
Paperback: 390 pages
“Indian Archaeology 1999-2000, A Review” is a book that provides an overview and analysis of archaeological research conducted in India during the years 1999 and 2000. It is part of a series of annual publications produced by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI).
This issue of “Indian Archaeology” is the forty-seventh in number which incorporates the reports of various field works undertaken in the country by the officers of the Survey, State Governments, Universities, Research Institutions and Museums. The issue contains the reports on excavations, explorations, epigraphy and numismatics, palaeobotanical studies, museums, structural and chemical conservation of monuments, horticultural activities and publications.
“Indian Archaeology” serves as a comprehensive reference for scholars, archaeologists, and enthusiasts interested in the archaeology of India. The book offers valuable insights into India’s rich archaeological heritage.
I. Explorations and Excavations
III. Numismatics and Treasure Trove
IV. Other Important Discoveries
V. Palaeobotanical and Pollen Analytical Investigation
VII Architectural Survey
VIII. Preservation of Monuments
IX. Archaeological Chemistry
X. Archaeological Gardens