GOI Started Efforts Finding Emerged City Dwarka in Gujarat

A committee of Parliament has advised the government to conduct marine archaeological research to search for Dwarka, a city inhabited by Lord Krishna in Gujarat.

The parliamentary committee has asked the government to do marine archaeological research to gather information about Dwarka.

This report states that the committee wants the ministry to conduct research by the Marine Archaeological Department to search for the city of Dwarka in Gujarat.

He has also stated, “There may be many Archaeological Sites in the country which have not been discovered till now, and where modern technology can be used for Archaeological Research and Excavation”.

The committee says that through this, there can be a great discovery of art and art of archaeological importance in the country.

According to the report, the committee has said, the budget allocation of ASI (Archaeological Survey of India) has been reduced from 1246.75 crores in 2020 – 2021 to 1042.63 crores in 2021 – 2022.

The committee has said, India is a committee resource country and for better results, it is necessary to keep competition in the allocation of resources of the government and the budget that is used should be used properly. The committee has also recommended that ASI should explore investment possibilities through CSR.

However, it has been researched before and the strongest archaeological support for the existence of the submerged city of Dwarka comes from the structures discovered by a team of archaeologists led by one of India’s most respected archaeologist Dr. S.R Raw (Shikaripura Ranganatha Rao) in the book ”The Lost City of Dwarka” he writes about his findings.

A book about the history of Dwarka mentioned archaeological researches by Dr. S.R RAW

Also, archaeological research has already proven Mahabharata was around 5000 BCE (research of submerged Dwarka). Our religious culture is at least 15000 or more years old. Many records are there as proof.

Dwarka: The golden city of Mahabharat age

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