Saraswati-Sindhu Valleys as Trading Centres: 4th Millenium BCE — #SangamTalk By Dr. S Kalyanaraman

The talk furthers an understanding of the lost Sarasvati River. It gives deeper insights into an ancient civilization that flourished on the Sarasvati and Indus river valleys circa 3000 BC. It reveals and enumerates the various aspects of the lost Civilization of the Sarasvati-Sindhu valley, its importance as a trading and cultural center, and the wealth it brought to Ancient India. It delineates the evolution, unity, and scope of the ancient Indian languages and lists the symbols of the Indus valley civilization, discusses the Tin-bronze revolution of the 4th millennium BCE, the ancient maritime Tin route from Hanoi to Hanifa, two millennia before the silk route came into being.

About Speaker: –

A former banker, the Director of the Sarasvati Research Center, and Chair of the Taksha center and Institute, Dr. Srinivasan Kalyanaraman, is a pioneering researcher who has dedicated himself completely for the cause of ‘Sarasvatī Nadī Shodh Prakalpa.’ (View More)

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