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Quaternary environment and stone age cultures of the Konkan, coastal Maharashtra, India

Statira Guzder

Quaternary environment and stone age cultures of the Konkan, coastal Maharashtra, India

by Statira Guzder

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Published by Deccan College Postgraduate and Research Institute in Pune .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Konkan (India),
  • India,
  • Konkan.
    • Subjects:
    • Stone age -- India -- Konkan.,
    • Geology -- India -- Konkan.,
    • Paleoecology -- India -- Konkan.,
    • Konkan (India) -- Antiquities.,
    • India -- Antiquities.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementStatira Guzder.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGN855.I4 G89 1980
      The Physical Object
      Pagination101 p., [24] p. of plates :
      Number of Pages101
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3929153M
      LC Control Number81903276

        Megalithic Culture – The Iron Age Culture of South India: The megalithic culture in South India was a full fledged iron age culture when the great benefits of the use of this metal were fully realised by the people. Hence, normally the stone dropped out of use as a material for the weapons and tools to a large extent. Konkan mangroves on the decline; This story is from July 3, climate change along Konkan coast of southwestern India' was recently published in an international journal `Quaternary.

      awood Dalvi, a Konkan historian wrote a book about rock-cut caves in Maharashtra where he mentioned sites like Nivali Phata, Barsu and Devihasol (Bhu). He assigned the petroglyphs to the Neolithic period (New Stone Age, started aro years ago). Fresh Data on the Quaternary Animal Fossils and Stone Age Cultures from the Central Narmada Valley, India Received 12 October R. v. JOSHI, G. L. BADAM, and R. P. PANDEY T INTRODUCTION HE NARMADA IS one of those rivers in India which preserves rich geological, palaeontological, and. archaeological remains.

      A major change happened to Stone Age culture with the coming of the Neolithic Era (New Stone Age) around 5, BC. Farming was first developed using sticks as tools, and stone edged points were used to make furrows in the ground. The Stone Age was the prehistoric period after the Ice Age that spanned from about 2,, B.C. to 3, B.C. Late Quaternary faunal changes in Coastal Arabian sea sediments. Quaternary Research. Vol. pp Boyle, E.A. () Cadmium, zinc, copper and barium in foraminiferal tests. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v. 53, pp. Bradley, R.S. () Quaternary Paleoclimatology. George Allen &.


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Quaternary environment and stone age cultures of the Konkan, coastal Maharashtra, India by Statira Guzder Download PDF EPUB FB2

Quaternary environment and stone age cultures of the Konkan, coastal Maharashtra, India. Pune: Deccan College Postgraduate and Research Institute, (OCoLC) Littoral lowlands in India were examined to find indicators for higher sea levels, Guzder, S. (): Quaternary Environment and Stone Age Quaternary environment and stone age cultures of the Konkan of the Konkan, Coastal Maharashtra, India p., Pune.

Google Scholar. Hussain, N., Cited by: quaternary environment and stone age cultures of the konkan coastal maharashtra india statira guzder technical reports on archaeological remains brock clutton juliet indian epigraphy sircar d c pre harappan cultures of indian and the borerlands shashi asthana indian architecture: buddhist and hindu and periods.

As in most regions of the Old World, Lower Paleolithic assemblages in the Indian subcontinent have been traditionally divided into biface (Acheulean) or non-biface (core-and-flake Cited by: 1. The book, after depicting the global and all-India picture on aquaculture, examines the diverse impacts of coastal aquaculture in Orissa where shrimp farming is a leading economic activity.

Quaternary environment and stone age cultures of the Konkan It observes that there has been shift in occupation from rice cultivation and capture fishing to shrimp aquaculture.

Shrimp farming has played an important role in employment generation and a rise in per. The offshore site at Hazira, of early Holocene age, is the only submerged prehistoric site at a depth of 20–40m below the present sea level in the entire km long coastline of India.

Gudzer, Statira, Quaternary Environments and Stone age Cultures of the Konkan, coastal maharashtra, India. Deccan College Post-graduate and Research Institute, Pune. Coastal Adaptations in the Konkan: An Ethno-Historical Study of the Son Kolis of Raigarh District: Quaternary Environment and Stone Age Cultures of the Konkan, Coastal Maharashtra: H.

Sankalia: Contribution of Upasani Baba to the Cultural Life of Maharashtra and India. However, all along Konkan coastal belt Quaternary deposits occur in the form of consolidated to unconsolidated sed- iments and are classi fi ed into fi ve major groups, viz., coastal, allu.

But only M and N haplogroups are dominant in India. (More details can be found here: Chauhan, Parth R, Shantanu Ozarkar, and Shaunak Kulkarni ().

“Genes, Stone Tools, and Modern Human Dispersals in the Centre of the Old World.”) In their giant leap across the Arabian Sea they had to first land in the Konkan. Many groups adventured further. Title: Coastal Archaeology of Western India: With Special Reference to Goa Author Name: M.

Nambirajan Categories: India, Archaeology, Edition: First Edition Publisher: New Delhi, India, Kaveri Book Service: ISBN: ISBN Binding: Hardcover Book Condition: New Jacket Condition: New Size: 15 x 23 Cm Seller ID: Keywords: Coastal Archaeology of Western India.

Surface Wash Processes and their Impact on Stone Age Sites Richa Jhaldiyal 7. Archaeology of the South Arcot Region with Special Reference to Megalithic Burial Complexes K. Rajan Short Note 8.

Explorations at Gopalpur, District Nayagarh, Coastal Orissa Sushanta Kumar Kar, Kishor K. Basa and P.P. Joglekar Book Review 9. Paddayya Obituary The Stone age Hill Dwellers of Tekkalkota (Preliminary Report of the Excavations at Tekkalkota),Pp. Pls. 14, Figs.

54, Dioptographic Diagr Graphs 4, DCP No. BC 31 [Out of Print]. Quaternary environment and Stone Age cultures of the Konkan, coastal Maharashtra, India.

Unpublished PhD dissertation, Poona University. KALAPESI, A.S. Stone implements of the Palaeolithic age from Kandivli, Bombay. Journal of the Gujarat Research Society 8(2–3): – MALIK, S.C. Stone Age industries of the Bombay and Satara. The present investigations permit the development of a chronological framework for the Palaeolithic cultures in the Hiran Valley in particular, and generally in Saurashtra Peninsula.

On the basis of radiometric dates and relative chronology, the Lower Palaeolithic cultures fall in Cited by: Signatures of monsoon variability preserved in the Late Quaternary sediments of southwestern India have been decoded and addressed using biological proxies along with geochronological data.

Barring sediments beyond the threshold for conventional 14C dating, Late Pleistocene sequences have been recognized both in Konkan and Kerala by: 3. of India. The lower Palaeolithic cultures are developed in Saurashtra and south Gujarat but in the remaining part of the west coast no standardised tool types, such as, handaxes and cleavers have been found.

The Middle Palaeolithic artifacts are again better pre-served in Saurashtra and to lesser extent in Konkan but rarely found at Goa and Kerala. Jhaldiyal, Richa Surface Wash Processes and their Impact on Stone Age Sites, XXIII(1): Joglekar, P.P., P.K.

Thomas and R.K. Mohanty Faunal Remains from Purani Marmi: a Late Ahar Culture Settlement in the Mewar Region of Rajasthan, XXVIII(2): Joshi, Jagatpati Harappan Civilization as Seen at the Close of the File Size: 66KB.

A Source-book of Indian Archaeology. Delhi: Munshiram Manoharlal Publihers Pvt. Ltd. Quaternary Environment and Stone Age Cultures of the Konkan (Coastal Maharashtra, India).

Pune: Deccan College Postgraduate and Research Institute. Horn, P., Muller-Sohinus, D. Storzer, & L. Zoller. “K-Ar fission track and thermoluminescence Author: Chauhan. Indigenous knowledge in the management of Bivalve Fishery of South Konkan coast of Maharashtra, India 1Gangan SS*, 2Metar SY, 3Nirmale VH, 4Chogale ND, Age wise distribution of respondents shows that about 61% of the fishers are of above 40 yrs of age followed by 36% and 3% in the range of yrs of age and upto File Size: KB.

The Upper Palaeolithic culture in India succeeds the Middle Palaeolithic culture and precedes the Mesolithic culture as in other parts of the Old World. UPPER PALAEOLITHIC IN INDIA.

The Upper Palaeolithic cultural relics in varied physiographical zones of India Upper Palaeolithic Cultures are stone tools which are based on blade tool.Ø discuss the antiquity and cultural manifestations of Stone Age societies in India.

INTRODUCTION In this lesson we shall learn about the earliest stage in the history of man’s biological and cultural evolution. This is the stage when creatures ancestral to man began to branch off from their ape-like cousins.

This journey covers a time.About the Book: The present work is a twin study of geomorphology and prehistoric archaeology. Evidences from related disciplines relevant and feasible in the valley of Sutlej support the research on which it is based.

In the first part, a comprehensive account of the geomorphological environment is 5/5(1).