Is this really a 5,000-year-old chariot in India?

Category: ANCIENT WORLD

Asked on 2020-03-16 03:08:02

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The answer

Pendulum World wrote on 16th of March 2020
Yes, it is.

 

Useful links on topic - More information - Source

https://www.archaeology-world.com/a-farmer-in-india-stumble-upon-something-that-turns-out-to-be-a-5000-year-old-chariot/

 

The story

Sinauli is an archaeological site located in Barot tehsil, Baghpat district, western Uttar Pradesh, India. The site is famous for its Bronze Age solid disk wheel 'chariot'(not spoked), the first ones to be recovered in archaeological excavation in South Asia. Local legends tell that Sinauli is one of the five villages that god Krishna unsuccessfully negotiated with the Kaurava princes to avoid the War at Kurukshetra.

 

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