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Eran, a site of immense historical and archaeological significance, holds a prominent position in the Chalcolithic cultures of Central India. The excavations conducted in Eran have unearthed a treasure trove of evidence related to the Kayatha, Ahar, Malwa, and Jorwe cultures, providing valuable insights into the ancient civilizations that thrived in the region. The artifacts and remains discovered at Eran have shed light on the cultural practices, technological advancements, and social organization of the Chalcolithic people who once inhabited the area.


The architectural marvels of Eran stand as a testament to the ingenuity and craftsmanship of our forebears. The temples, with their austere simplicity, speak of an era when art and architecture were intrinsically linked to spirituality. The monumental pillars, crowned with back-to-back human figures, leave us awestruck by the mastery of ancient sculptors.


This book seeks to provide a comprehensive account of the various inscriptions obtained from Eran, offering readers a deeper understanding of the rich cultural heritage of lost civilizations. Through the study of these inscriptions, we aim to preserve and celebrate the legacy of Eran’s past, ensuring that its significant contributions to India’s history remain cherished and well-appreciated.

Eran: Rich Cultural Heritage of Lost Civilizations

To be release by 20th July 2024. Use coupon code "ADVANCE1000" to avail a flat discount of INR 1000 on pre-order
  • Dr. Mohan Lal Chadhar, Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Ancient Indian History, Culture, and Archaeology at Indira Gandhi National Tribal University, Amarkantak, Madhya Pradesh.

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