Published On: Dec 02, 2018

Excavation department of the Archeological Survey of India (ASI) has inaugurated a historic artefacts exhibition at the Puratatva Bhavan in Nagpur. The exhibition features rare and historic artefacts discovered from across the country, dating back to 2500BC and the Harappan civilisation. Pottery, sculptures, tools and other antiquities are on display at the exhibition, talks of turning the arrangement into a permanent display are underway.  

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