- The first information about this period in India was obtained by CL Carlyle in 1867, after receiving microliths in the Vindhya region, the place of development of this culture has been revealed from a place called Diya Langhanaz (Gujarat).

- The number of humans and animals had increased.

- Start of using microliths in tools as well as use of tools of bones and horns

- Fossils of humans begin to be found in India during this period. The first evidence of Shavadhan was from this period.

- Shavadhan - Burial of the dead body

- Important feature - Shaavadhan - Missile technology, pottery construction animal husbandry

Shavadhan - 14 skeletons have been received from Langhnaz in Gujarat and 17 male skeletons from Uttar Pradesh.

Combination Shavadhan is an important feature of this period from Mahadaha of Uttar Pradesh.

- Due to microliths, hunting of small animals is possible due to the development of missile technique, the development of arrow bow.

Evidence of animal husbandry has been found in Adamgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Bagore in Rajasthan.

Along with the microliths, there is also evidence of pottery construction from Chaupani Mando.

- Trough Chulha has been received from Mahadaha and Sarai Naharrai.

- Evidence of human conflict at Sarai Naharrai

- Evidence of plant planting from Sambhar lake deposit in Rajasthan is found in 7000-6000 BC.

- The first evidence of human intuition is found from Bhimbetka.

- Belief in extraterrestrial life - Evidence of human need to be placed in every grave is found.

- Human became aware of the use of fire.

- Concept of family - Respect for the elderly, social division, status of women and development of aesthetic sense. 

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