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2600-year-old Nanomaterials Unearthed in Tamil Nadu

In Tamil Nadu's Keeladi, archaeologists have discovered the earliest known man-made nanomaterials. The materials have been found in the "unique black coatings" from ancient pottery pieces. The researchers have claimed that the coatings have been made of Carbon Nanotubes (CNT). Besides, they added the remains would be at least 2,600 years old. However, scientists say that the coatings would have formed accidentally during the making of pots at… read-more

Sat, 21 Nov 2020 - 08:04 PM / by Sakshi Amrutkar

Tags: Tamil Nadu, archeology, Man-made, Keeladi

Courtesy: Deccan Herald

Temple top

Resurfaced temple top / ANI Twitter

Temple submerged for 87 years in Odisha resurfaces in Mahanadi river, to be developed

A 500-year-old temple in Odisha, which had submerged during floods in 1933, has been spotted again in the Mahanadi river. According to locals, the temple top was first spotted around 11 years ago. 

ÔÇ£The temple is in a good state and it should be re-established as we have the technology,ÔÇØ said Anil Kumar Dhir, Cheif of the archeological survey team. 

Thu, 18 Jun 2020 - 09:21 AM / by Masumi Shah

Tags: Odisha, mahanadi, temple, archeology

Courtesy: NDTV