1.Two Early Buddha Images from Kanheri Cave-3
-Dr. Ajit Kumar

2.The River Saraswati-Cradle of Indian Civilization
-Dr. Rajesh Purohit

3.Sequence for the Types of Writing in the Central Coast of Peru,A Proposal
-Gori Tumi Echevarria Lopez
-Pedro Carlos Vargas Nalvarte

4.Indian Culture and Modern Life
-Rakesh Kumar Mittal

5.Preventive Conservation in Museums
-Ajay Srivastava

6.Searching for the Specific Archaeological Context of Kuberas in Museums: An Attempt
-J. Manual
-Pradeep K. Pandey

7.Rock Slides and Rock Carvings in Angai Valley (Sindh, Pakistan)
-Prof. Zulfiqar Ali Kalhoro

8.Stone Craft Technology of Chalcolithic Period at Agiabir: A Study
-Dr. Ashok Kumar Singh

9.'Chalka' a Jaina Site in Purulia Ditrict of West Bengal: New Discovery
-Shubha Majumder

10.New Archaeological Findings from Uttarakhand with Special Reference to Chandpur Garhi and Lakhamandal during Scientific Clearance
-Dr. Syed Jamal Hasan

11.Mysteries of Malhar : Two Excavations-Riddles still Unresolved
-Prabash Sahu

12.Roots of Lion Motif in Mauryan Art : Indigenous or Foreign?
-Dr. Vinay Kumar

13.Out of India- By Land or by Sea? A Paradigm Shift in Ancient Migration Theories
-W. J. Borsboom

14.Rare Balarama Depiction as the Main God in Four Gods and Vasudhara Imagery: Some Tentative Einferences
Dr. J. Manuel
Tejpal Singh

15.Effects of Supra-Regional Power: The Socio-Economic and Cultural Transformations in Medieval Kerala Unveiled by the Hoysala Inscriptions
-M. S. Dhiraj

6.Jainism in Rajgir Region-A Reappraisal
-Dr. Jalaj Kumar Tiwari

17.'Quilca' vs 'Rock Art', Terminological Digressions in the Context of Science and Humanism in the Andes
-Gori Tumi Echevarria Lopez

On The Term AVESANA in Sanchi Inscription
-Prof. Deena Bandhu Pandey

Aim

The aim of Arnava is to publish recent and original researches in the field of World Archaeology, including topics in Indology, art, architecture, anthropology, history, numismatics, epigraphy, religion etc. The Journal Arnava has a list of senior experts as guest editors of different fields to peer review and provide comment on the submitted articles/research papers to maintain high standard of published articles/research papers. Knowledge cannot be barred in boundaries of subjects, so Arnava also publishes papers in the field of literature, society, education, business studies, corporate governance, criminology, cross-cultural studies, demography, development studies, economics, ethics, geography, industrial relations, information technology, international relations, law & order, linguistics, library science, media studies, methodology, philosophy, political science, social welfare, paralegal, performing arts (music, theatre & dance), visual arts, women studies and other disciplines of humanities and social sciences. The journal has three types of contributions: research articles, short notes and book reviews. Authors are encouraged to write on topics related to their specific field of research and expertise to provide an excellent opportunity for academicians and novice to present their work to a wider range of readers. Arnava not only covers Indian geographical boundaries but its waves drench readers and writers all across the globe.


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