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We Just TODAY Have discovered WORLDS OLDEST Dinosaurs in The Great RANN OF KUTCH

April 19, 2013

We Just TODAY Have discovered WORLDS OLDEST Dinosaurs in The Great RANN OF KUTCH
In the CheriyaBet – NORTH of the KHADIR – KUTCH
Reports and NEWS Soon will be published/Broadcasted in MEDIA and News PAPERS


KHADIR EXPEDITION Cheriyabet Introduction and KHADIR EXPEDITION on RANN SIDE‏

It WILL BE on aired toDAY rural parts of mundra, Ghadhshisha……….it vl telecast at 8.30 pm at Gandhidham, Bhachau, Rapar, Anajr, Kukma and whole east kutchhh…Thnx..
IF ANY ONE WISH TO Contact I can give contact – Police /BSF permission required

Dinosaurs search expedition in RANN of KUTCH north of Khadir

April 17, 2013

KHADIR EXPEDITION Cheriyabet Introduction and KHADIR EXPEDITION on RANN SIDE‏

It WILL BE on aired toDAY rural parts of mundra, Ghadhshisha……….it vl telecast at 8.30 pm at Gandhidham, Bhachau, Rapar, Anajr, Kukma and whole east kutchhh…Thnx..

IF ANY ONE WISH TO Contact Euro Boarding school in RATANPAR – near DHOLAVIRA – Need to reach on Friday evening as They start early morning Saturday. and finish at late evening on Saturday – so u will be back by SUNDAY. – I can give contact of MOHAN BHAI – Police /BSF permission required

So Best possible expedition day is SATURDAY/SUNDAY when On Saturday the breeze of 8 km /h may give some comfort and bit coolness and temperature may come down by 2C to around 37 C

The Temperature is Likely to UP again -So Best wishes to all explorer for the expedition. And LOCAL RANN AND KHADIR may differ from rest of other area of KUTCH and BHUJ weather center data.

From Dr. BHUDIA Science Group

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LISTING and Longitudes and Latitudes of the Indus valley civilisation sites in Kachchh‏ (KUTCH)

August 14, 2009
On Tue, 16/9/08, Dr. Bhudia Kutch Science Foundation kutchscience@yahoo.co.in  wrote:
Dear friends of Archaeology and science,
  
  
  
DHOLAVIRA MAP
 
PUNVARESHWAR  AND WADI MEDI
 
YOUR MAIL IS RECIEVED ON YAHOO EMAIL ACCOUNT. IF YOU ARE HARIA FAMILY YOUR ORIGIN STARTS FROM KUTCH  (VAaGAD – RAPAR) AREA NAMED MOMAYMORA  VILLAGE MEANS MOMAYA MATA HILLS IN RAPAR ON THE SIDE WAY TO DHOLAVIRA APPROCH FROM RAPAR. WHERE RAPAR IS ON THE WAY TO DHOLAVIRA FROM BHUJ.
 
 
NAREDI IS NEAR MOTHADA IN ABADASA OF WEST KUTCH. PLACES NEAR NAREDI AND ABADASA ARE AS BELOWS.
 
IF YOU ARE LOOKING JAIN PLACES – ALL ARE MENTIONED IN FIRST PARAGRAPH .
PLACES AROUND NAREDI,
 
 
ANCIENT ROHA FORT BUT IT HAS COLLAPSED DURING EARTHQUAKE. PLACE OF POET “KUTCHI KAVI KALAPI’S IN LAWS PLACE” http://www.panoramio.com/photo/2292285
 
PUNVARO GADH AND PUNVARESHWAR TEMPLE NEAR MANJALl NAKHATRANA. WHERE WADIMEDI AREA HAS 2000BC UNDERGROUND CASTLE. EXCAVATION NOT DONE YET
 
I recently have got interested in the Indus Valley Civilisation, and hence would like to visit such sites in India. Apart from the Dholavira, Kanmer, Kuran, what are the other places worth visiting?
 
 
APART FROM ABOVE INDUS PLACES. – EXCAVATION NOT DONE YET SO PLACES YOU CAN NOT REALISE ELSE LIST WAS SENT TO YOU IN THOMAS MAIL.

THERE ARE OVER 100S INDO SARASWATI CIVILISATIONS IN KUTCH , BUT MAINLY 3-4 TO BE VISITED – DHOLAVIRA, KANMER, KURAN, ETC

TAKE LISTING WITH LONG –

Chitrol 23.24N – 70.40E
Desalpur 23.29N – 69.10E
Dholvira (Kotadi) 23.58N – 70.12E
Gadhwaliwadi 23.30N – 69.03E
Gunthai 23.28N – 69.09E
Jatavadar 23.45N – 70.40E
Kanthkot 23.29N – 70.29E
Kerasi 23.40N – 70.44E
Khakhra Dera 23.34N – 70.29E
Khari-Ka-Khanda 23.27N – 70.19E


Also, you said something about taking permission from local police in your reply to Mr. Thomas; do we have to take permission for visiting Dholavira? Also, do we have to take permission in advance?

Khedoi 23.03N – 69.57E
Kotada Bhadli 1 23.22N – 69.26E
Kotada Bhadli 2 23.22N – 69.26E
Kotada 23.17N – 70.06E
Kotadi 23.58N – 70.12E
Kotara-Juni-Karan 24.00N – 69.45E
Lakhapar 23.33N – 70.28E
Lakhpat 23.50N – 68.47E
Morvo 23.50N – 70.42E
Narapa 23.34N – 69.05E
Nenu-Ni-Dhar 23.51N – 69.44E
Pirwada 23.20N – 70.00E
Pabunath 23.38N – 70.31E
Rampara (Vekera No Timbo) 23.30N – 70.45E
Ramvav 23.32N – 70.28E
Samaghoga 22.55N – 69.40E
Selari 22.42N – 70.37E
Surkotada 23.37N – 70.50E
Todio 23.05N – 69.55E
Vada 23.34N – 69.03E

TO GO DHOLAVIRA PERMISSION IS GRANTED FROM BHUJ DSP POLICE HEADQUATERS http://wikimapia.org/#lat=23.241356&lon=69.6650362&z=17&l=0&m=a&v=2&show=/743317/Supdt-of-Police-Kachchh-Office&search=bhuj – SO IF YOU ARE TRAVELING FROM NAREDI – FIRST NEED TO GO BHUJ FOR PERMISSION LETTER ON THE WAY TO DHOLAWIRA VIA BHUJ AND RAPAR. ELSE NEAREST PLACE TO DHOLAWIAR ARE ANJAR GANDHIDHAM AND RAPAR.
Considering we will be travelling from Mumbai-NareDi-Mumbai, what would be the best route to Dholavira, and the other sites Kanmer, Kuran, etc (that you have mentioned in response to Mr. Thomas’s mail). How far away from each other are they?
 
HOW YOU ARE TRAVELLING ? BY PRIVATE TRANSPORT BEST IS AS YOU ARRIVE FROM BOMBAY FIRST YOU ARRIVE TO BHACHAU AND GANDHIDHAM.(EVEN BY TRAIN OR BUS) SO DHOLAWIRA IS CLOSER FROM THERE BUT YOU NEED TO TAKE PERMISSION LETTER FROM BHUJ SO YOU HAVE TO GO TO BHUJ FIRST.

Would you suggest visiting Bhujjodi, Padhar, Dhaneti, Dhamanka, Lilpur, Anjar, Mandvi, Bhadreshwar? If yes, which would be the best route plan for these villages? Is any prior permission required to visit any of these villages?

MOST NRI DO VISIT BHUJODI NEAR MADHAPR OF BHUJ FOR HANDICRAFT PURCHASE. WORTH VISITING FOR THESE PURPOSE. BHUJODI IS BHUJ 8KM AND MADHAPAR 3KM .
 
THESE DO NOT REQUIRE PERMISSION, BUT WHEN YOU GO TO CLOSE TO BORDER AREA WITH PAKISTAN AND RANN OF KUTCH YOU NEED ONE, AND ALL IN JUST ONE LETTER FROM DSP POLICE HEADQUARTER ONLY, JUST LIKE BLACK HILLS (KALO DUNGAR, KURAN , LAKHPAT KOTESHWAR, SIYOT BUDHA CAVE 1ST CENTURY AD NEAR KATESHWAR  OF LAKHPAT, DHOLAVIRA ETC.) OF KUTCH.
 
 Bhujjodi, (HANDICRAFT) Padhar, Dhaneti, Dhamanka, Lilpur, Anjar, (JESAL TORAL) Mandvi, (BEACH AND JINALAYA) Bhadreshwar?  ANCIENT TEMPLE IS UNDER RENOVATION BUT MOST ANCIENT PLACES THERE ARE
 
 
 
Which are the good museums in Kachchh? Has the the museum in Bhuj reopened for people after it was damaged in the earthquake? How is the museum in Dholavira? What are their timings?
DHOLAVIRA MUSEUM IS ARCHEOLOGICAL NEW MUSEUM AND IS GOOD . OPEN IN DAY TIME DURING VISIT THERE,  MUSEUMS OF KUTCH ABD BHUJ- KUTCH NEWLY BUILD MUSEUM AND IS OPEN NEAR HAMIRSAR LAKE, AINAMAHEL – PRAGMAHEL MUSEUM OF BHUJ DARBAR GADH. AND BHARATIYASANSKRITI MUSEUM OF BHUJ NEAR TOWNHALL OF BHUJ. TIMING YOU MAY CHECK ON THEIR SITES BUT THEY ARE OPEN MORNING AND AFTERNOON TIMES AS WEL AS SAT – SUNDAYS.
  
Also, would you recommend any books on the ‘Indus Valley Civilisation’ and books on ‘Kachchh’, in general?
BOOKS FOR THAT WILL BE AVAILABLE IN BHUJ MUSEUM VISITS AS WELL AS ON INTERNETS. LIKE KUTCH KALA AND KUTCH MUSEUM BOOKS , ALSO VISITS SITES OF DHOLAVIRA ON MANY SITES – AS PANJOKUTCH, ASANJO KUTCH, KUTCH DARSAN, KUTCH SCIENCE, GUJARAT GOVERNMENT TOURISM SITED ETC.
 
 
 
 
From :Yours Dr. Bhudia – Science Group Of INDIA.
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Founder President:”Kutch Amateurs Astronomers Club – Bhuj – Kutch”.
Life Member:”kutch Itihaas Parishad”.
 
 
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LIST OF SITES OF SARASVATI CIVILIZATION of KUTCH
 

SITE                 DISTRICT         SIZE             PERIODS                                                    COORD.             COORD.                     BIBLIOGRAPHY

 

Bhachau           Kutch                                Medieval                                                                                                                    IAR 1985-86: 17

Chitrod             Kutch                                Mature Harappan                                         23 24 00 N          70 40 00 E                   IAR 1977-78: 20     Joshi et al 1984: 529

 

 

 

Desalpur           Kutch             1.3             Early Historic Mature Harappan                    23 37 00 N         69 08 00E                     IAR 1955-56: 69-70 Rao 1963a: 188, 205

Dholavira         Kutch               60             Mature Harappan                                         23 53 10 N         70 13 00 E                     IAR 1967-68: 17 Amri-Nal Possehl 1980: 97 Joshi et al 1984: 529 Bisht 1989, 1991

Gadhwaliwadi  Kutch                               Mature Harappan                                        23 30 00 N         69 08 00 E                     IAR 1976-77: 74 IAR 1978-79: 94  Joshi et al 1984: 529

Mochirai Zadko  Kutch                              Mature Harappan                                        23 13 00 N         69 37 00 E

 

 

 

BHARASAR dam Kutch                             Mature Harappan                                        23 10 00 N         69 34 00 E

Zura Kotadi      Kutch                               Mature Harappan                                        23 24 00 N         69 36 00 E

Gameri             Kutch                              Medieva Post-urban Harappanl                                                                                     IAR 1985-86: 17

 

 

 

Gunthai             Kutch                             Mature Harappan                                         23 28 00 N         69 09 00 E                     Possehl 1980: 98 Joshi et al 1984: 529

 

 

 

Jagaroh             Kutch                             Medieval Post-urban Harappan                    23 21 00 N         70 11 00 E                     IAR 1986-87: 29

 

 

 

Jatavadar         Kutch                             Mature Harappan                                         23 45 00 N             70 40 00 E                   Joshi et al 1984: 529

JataVira           Kutch                              Mature Harappan                                       23 27 00 N             69 15 00 E

LAKHIYAVIRA        Kutch                        Mature Harappan                                        23 22 00 N             69 20 00 E

Kotay(Koteshwar)      Kutch                        Mature Harappan                                        23 23 00 N             69 48 00 E

Jhangar Anjar          Kutch                   Mature Harappan                                         23 19 00 N             70 05 00 E                 IAR 1965-66: 14 Possehl 1980: 100 Joshi et al 1984: 528 Joshi 1990b: 418

 

 

 

Jhangar Khavada     Kutch                     Mature Harappan                                         23 53 00 N                 69 44 00 E              Chitalwala 1985: key fig. 8

 

 

 

Juna Chopadwa     Kutch                     Mature Harappan                                         23 16 00 N 70 15 00 E                                 IAR 1986-87: 29

 

 

 

Kanmer             Kutch                         Medieval Mature Harappan                                                                                              IAR 1985-86: 19

 

 

 

Kanthkot             Kutch                         Mature Harappan                                         23 29 00 N                 70 29 00 E                 IAR 1967-68: 17 Possehl 1980: 102 Joshi et al 1984: 529

 

 

 

Katasar             Kutch                         Late Sorath Harappan                                     23 34 00 N                70 29 00 E                 Rao 1963a: 188, 206 Possehl 1980: 102 Joshi et al 1984: 528

Kerasi             Kutch         30.5           Mature Harappan                                             23 40 00 N                 70 44 00 E                 IAR 1965-66: 12 Possehl 1980: 102 Joshi et al 1984: 529 Joshi 1990: 412

 

 

 

Khakhra Dera     Kutch                       Mature Harappan                                             23 34 00 N                 70 29 00 E                 IAR 1960-61: 8 Possehl 1980: 103 Joshi et al 1984: 529

 

 

 

Khandariya     Kutch                         Late Medieval Mature Harappan                                                                                          IAR 1985-86: 19

 

 

 

Kharika Khanda     Kutch                     Mature Harappan                                             23 27 00 N                 70 19 00 E                 IAR 1965-66: 14 Possehl 1980: 105 Joshi et al 1984: 529

 

 

 

Khavda         Kutch                         Mature Harappan                                                                                                                     IAR 1977-78: 20

 

 

 

Khedoi         Kutch                         Mature Harappan                                                 23 03 00 N                 69 57 00 E                 IAR 1970: 13   Microliths IAR 1976-77: 15  Joshi et al 1984: 529

 

 

Kotada Bhadli One     Kutch     3         Lustrous Red Ware Mature Harappan             23 22 00 N                 69 26 00 E                 IAR 1965-66: 14-6  Possehl 1980: 105 Joshi et al 1984: 529

Kotada Bhadli Three  Kutch             Mature Harappan                                              23 22 00 N                 69 26 00 E                 IAR 1965-66: 14-6 Possehl 1980: 105

Kotada Bhadli Two     Kutch     8         Mature Harappan                                         23 22 00 N                     69 26 00 E                IAR 1965-66: 14-6 Possehl 1980: 105  Joshi et al 1984: 529

 

 

 

Kotada Kutch             Kutch             Lustrous Red Ware                                             23 18 00 N                     70 06 00 E               Possehl 1980: 106  Mature Harappan Joshi et al 1984: 529

Kotahra             Kutch                      Mature Harappan                                                                                                                     IAR 1977-78: 20

Kateshwar (Lakhpat)    Kutch          Mature Harappan                                               23 46 00 N             68 52 00 E

Kotara              Kutch                     Mature Harappan                                               23 58 00 N                   69 47 00 E                 IAR 1967-68: 17 Possehl 1980: 106 Joshi et al 1984: 529

 

 

 

Lodai             Kutch                     Mature Harappan Post-urban Harappan                                                                                        IAR 1955-56: 69-70

 

 

 

Lakhasar One     Kutch                 Mature Harappan                                                  23 14 00 N                         70 41 00 E             IAR 1986-87: 29

Lakhasar Two     Kutch                 Mature Harappan                                                   23 14 00 N                         70 41 00 E             IAR 1986-87: 29

 

 

 

Lakhpar             Kutch         8         Mature Harappan                                                 23 33 00 N                         70 28 00 E             IAR 1965-66: 16 Possehl 1980: 107 Joshi et al 1984: 529 Joshi 1990b: 418

Lakhpat             Kutch                 Mature Harappan                                                 23 50 00 N                         68 47 00 E                 IAR 1960-61: 8 Possehl 1980: 108

 

 

 

Luna                 Kutch                 Mature Harappan                                                 23 40 00 N                         69 15 00 E                 Rao 1963a: 206 Possehl 1980: 108 Joshi et al 1984: 528

Luna Mandvi     Kutch Mature Harappan                                                                 22 50 00 N                         69 24 00 E                 Possehl 1980: 108 Joshi et al 1984: 528

 

 

 

Rayan Juni Mandvi     Kutch         Mature Harappan                                               22 52 00 N                         69 21 00 E                 Possehl 1980: 108 Joshi et al 1984: 528

Mandriyara Mohra     Kutch         Medieval Mature Harappan                                  23 30 00 N                     70 16 00 E                     IAR 1986-87: 29

 

 

 

Meghper             Kutch                 Mature Harappan                                                                                                                             IAR 1980-81: 10

 

 

 

Morvo             Kutch                     Mature Harappan                                             23 50 00 N                         70 42 00 E                      IAR 1967-68: 17 Joshi 1972: 114 Possehl 1980: 110 Joshi et al 1984: 529

 

 

 

Mulu             Kutch                     Mature Harappan                                                                                                                                 IAR 1979-80: 17

 

 

 

Narapa             Kutch                 Mature Harappan                                             23 29 00 N                         69 09 00 E                         IAR 1967-68: 17 Possehl 1980: 110 Joshi et al 1984: 529

 

 

 

Nadapa Caves    Kutch               Mature Harappan                                             23 19 00 N                         69 55 00 E

Navinal             Kutch                 Mature Harappan                                             22 50 00 N                         69 35 00 E                         Rao 1963a: 206 Possehl 1980: 111 Joshi et al 1984: 528

Nenuni Dhar     Kutch                 Mature Harappan                                             23 51 00 N                         69 44 00 E                         IAR 1967-68: 17 Possehl 1980: 111 Joshi et al 1984: 528-9

Ner Nesdo         Kutch                 Mature Harappan Sorath Harappan                                                                                                      IAR 1980-81: 10  Chitalwala 1985: key fig. 8

 

 

 

Netra Khirasara     Kutch                 Red Polished Ware Mature Harappan                                                                                              IAR 1969-70: 6  IAR 1976-77: 74

Pabumath         Kutch     1.5         Late Sorath Harappan Mature Harappan     23 37 00 N                     70 31 00 E                             IAR 1977-78: 21 Possehl 1980: 111 Joshi et al 1984: 528-9

 

 

 

Paria Waro Mohra    Kutch             Medieval Post-urban Harappan                  23 06 00 N                     70 05 00 E                             IAR 1986-87: 29

 

 

 

Patel Raniji Ka Magsa     Kutch     Post-urban Harappan                                 23 06 00 N                     70 11 00 E                             IAR 1986-87: 29

 

 

 

Pirwada Khetar         Kutch             Mature Harappan                                     23 20 00 N                     70 00 00 E                              IAR 1965-66: 17 Possehl 1980: 112  Joshi et al 1984: 529

 

 

 

Rampar Vekarano Timbo  Kutch     Mature Harappan                                                                                                                         IAR 1967-68: 9 Posshl 1980: 114

Rampar                                         Sorath Harappan                                                                                                                             Chitalwala 1985: key fig. 8

Rampara              Kutch                 Mature Harappan                                     23 30 00 N                     70 45 00 E                               Joshi et al 1984: 529

 

 

 

Ramvav             Kutch                 Mature Harappan                                       23 32 00 N                     70 28 00 E                                 IAR 1977-78: 20 Joshi et al 1984: 529

 

 

 

Samagogha     Kutch                 Late Sorath Harappan Mature Harappan     22 55 00 N                     69 40 00 E                                 Possehl 1980: 115 Joshi et al 1984: 528

 

 

 

Sapara         Kutch                     Mature Harappan                                                                                                                                     IAR 1979-80: 17

 

 

 

Selari         Kutch                     Mature Harappan                                        23 42 00 N                        70 37 00 E                                 IAR 1967-68: 17 Possehl 1980: 115 Joshi et al 1984: 529

 

 

 

Shikarpur Kutch Kutch     5.3     Mature Harappan                                     23 07 00 N                           70 35 00 E                                 IAR 1986-87: 80

 

 

 

Surkotada         Kutch     1.4     Early to Mature Mature Harappan Harappan  23 37 00 N                 70 50 00 E                                 IAR 1964-65: 12  Possehl 1980: 116 Joshi et al 1984: 528

 

 

 

Toda Timbo     Kutch             Mature Harappan                                                                                                                                     IAR 1955-56: 70

Todio             Kutch               Mature Harappan                                         23 05 00 N                         68 55 00 E                                 Rao 1963a: 188, 207 Possehl 1980: 118 Joshi et al 1984: 529

 

 

 

Vada             Kutch                 Mature Harappan                                         23 29 00 N                         69 07 00 E                                 IAR 1967-68: 17 Possehl 1980: 118 Joshi et al 1984: 529

 

 

 

Vaidwali Mohra     Kutch         Post-urban Harappan                                                                                                                                 IAR 1985-86: 17

Rapar gadhwari     Kutch         Post-urban Harappan                                23 06 00 N                         68 47 00 E                                                                                              

Rampar Abada wari  Kutch         Post-urban Harappan                             23 20 00 N                         68 48 00 E

Kotada Chakar       Kutch         Post-urban Harappan                               23 06 00 N                         69 44 00 E

Kotada MAD     Kutch                 Post-urban Harappan                               23 28 00 N                         68 54 00 E   

Bhadreshwar         Kutch             Post-urban Harappan                             22 54 00 N                         69 54 00 E   

Gadhada Khadir   Kutch             Mature Harappan                                   23 54 00 N                         70 26 00 E

KANTHKOT           Kutch             Mature Harappan                                   23  29 N                         70 28 00 E

 

 

 
 

STROMATOLITES which are original organisms of the time of the evolution of life on the Earth. picture of the BAY of kutch and Perth Australlia are attached along with gangeshwar dome strombolites fossils in KUTCH‏

August 14, 2009
From: kutchsciencefoundation@hotmail.com  
  
Dear EDITORIALS, Friends of the Science, History, paleontology and Geology,
  
ISOTOPIC FINGERPRINTS OF MICROBIAL RESPIRATION IN ARAGONITE FROM MODERN BAHAMIAN STROMATOLITES
Geo ARCHEOLOGICAL  LIBRARY LISTING of KUTCH SCIENCE FOUNDATION DIGITAL LIBRARY
 

 

15) 100s of Books of Archaeological library WITH ENCYCLOPEDIA OF ARCHEOLOGY , Forbidden archaeology  including Civilisation and DHOLAVIRA video library, INCA, MAYA, EGYPT, INDUS etc. 

16) 100s of Books of Geological Science Library including fossils and DINO fossils complete sets of Photographic libraries INCLUDING Forbidden Geology, ENCYCLOPEDIA OF GEOLOGY.  including video library INCLUDING Forbidden Geology video.

  

 Many doubts were raised when ETV and Bombay SAMACHAR broadcasted the following news, with doubt that the PURVA – Aadi MANAV ancestor was not existing at that time but now the skeleton evidence came out that the ancestor missing link was there at that time before (about 22 to 5.5 million years ago) between 11 and 16 million years ago.

The partial skeleton of this 13-million-year-old ‘missing link’ was found by palaeontologists working at a dig site near Barcelona in Spain.

That time matches with the Rameshwarm bridge and RAMAVATAR and Koteshwar – RAVANa History (Tretauga), means Formation of MONKEY and Apes army formation by DEVAs. that will rule out all the doubts raised for the PURVA – Aadi MANAV.
Hominid Foot prints found in older layers may have been formed later in the geological process but the study of Photomicrographs and infrared photography is required so that to eliminate that there were no signs of carving or artificial markings in or around the prints. A study of microscopic count of sand grains is ralso required so indicating that the material within the prints had been impacted, and created as the result of a force pressing down on the firmament while it was soft.
These facts show that the prints were made by the natural result of pressure from the human foot, and in no way could have been duplicated by carving nor only the pheneonmena of honeycomb appearance as the study of Photomicrographs and infrared photography can differnciate the compact sand particles under the pressurepoints which are not in honeycomb pattern appearance.
Many geologists and paleontologists do visit with curiocity of the specimen and the subject but have no background of study of Photomicrographs and infrared photography and its geological/paleontological applications so do not have any clue or chance to study those subjects in that angle of research. unfortunately lack of resourses and facility for such a research. 
 
Phase Two Fossils: Burroughs Conjecture
 

 

The most cogent explanation of anomalous fossil footprints is perhaps offered by Dr. William Greely Burroughs, of Berea College in Kentucky. Dr. Burroughs conjecture is that a depression  in fossil-bearing rock may, long after the original fossils have been formed, be filled with a sediment that in its turn may also become the medium in which the impression of a footprint or the body of a creature is fossilized. When this second period of fossilization is complete the newly formed rock may be indistinguishable from the older formation, and the new fossils may appear to have formed at the same time as those which are much older. Thus, several fossilization processes may wind up looking like a footprint made at the same time. This is undoubtebly the case in many instances, but the theory is lacking in several respects. Firstly, fossilized human footprints have been found deep within rocks that show no evidence of discontinuous formation, not just at the junction of sedimentary layers. Secondly, out of place fossils are often inconsistent not only with the ages of associated fossils but also with the rock strata and the age conventionally ascribed to them.
 
New Study Supports Idea That Primates, Dinosaurs Coexisted !!!!
 

 

Sientists have acquired new data supporting the idea that the last ancestor shared by all living primates walked with the dinosaurs more than 80 million years ago. The results came from a new technique used to reconstruct the course of animal evolution.

Previously, opposing scientific camps estimated that the animal that gave rise to the primates lived as recently as 55 million years ago and as long ago as 90 million years. The newly proposed date is closer to the older end of the range.

That’s significant because the older estimate, which was derived from studies based on molecular genetics, identifies the earliest primates as contemporaries of the dinosaurs. The younger date, which was based on fossil records, represents a period after the dinosaurs had already become extinct. ‘Our results agree broadly with a molecular estimate [and] contradict widely accepted palaeontological estimates,’ Simon Tavaré of the University of Southern California and his colleagues reported in the journal Nature. Their finding sprang from a scientific collaboration that straddled the fields of biology and mathematics and spanned research centers from California to the Swiss Alps. Working with colleagues from Harvard University, the University of Washington, Chicago’s Field Museum, and institutions in England and Switzerland, Tavaré used a novel mathematical approach to help answer a major piece of the evolutionary puzzle. Past Views The search for the first primate—that is, the last animal to have been an ancestor of all members of the primate family tree—has long intrigued scientists and others interested in humanity’s evolutionary origins. From the oldest known fossil remains of primates, paleontologists have determined that some ancient members of our evolutionary family lived and died at least as far back as 55 million years ago. Fossils alone, however, cannot disclose precisely when members of the last common ancestral species began to segregate into distinct populations that eventually gave rise to the modern array of some 200 primate species. That’s because the fossil record is incomplete. Paleontologists can’t tell how close any particular specimen was to the progenitor of the primates. So, to approach the problem from another angle, scientists in the field of molecular genetics have compared subtle differences in the DNA of living primates.
 
Geneticists can tell how recently two species diverged from a common ancestor from information etched in the organisms’ genes: The fewer differences researchers find between two genetic codes, the more recently the species parted evolutionary company.
Using this method, geneticists have concluded that about 90 million years have elapsed since all living primates shared their last common ancestor.
Based on such studies, evolutionary biologists such as Pennsylvania State University’s Blair Hedges believe that early primates lived alongside the great reptiles. ‘[Primates and other] major groups of mammals evolved for tens of millions of years before the dinosaurs became extinct,’ Hedges said. That mass extinction occurred about 65 million years ago.Fleshing out the Fossil Record

To reconcile the genetics-based date with the comparatively young estimates of paleontologists, Tavaré and his colleagues fashioned an evolutionary tree of the primates as it’s known from fossils.

Not wanting to depend entirely on what paleontologists have turned up, the researchers then fleshed out the rudimentary tree with educated guesswork. They used mathematical equations to predict how many species of primates are not represented in the fossil record, and to predict when and for how long those species may have lived.

The resulting model—based loosely on hard evidence but expanded to take into account species that lived and died out but remain unknown to science—suggests that the earliest primate lived about 81.5 million years ago, long before the age of the oldest fossils uncovered by paleontologists.

‘Naturally,’ said Hedges, ‘I am pleased with this result because it shows agreement with our molecular-clock studies.’

Tavaré’s team suggested that the earliest primates might have been small, nocturnal creatures that inhabited tropical forests. But, assuming they did exist that long ago, numerous forms could have evolved prior to the fateful cataclysm that wiped out the dinosaurs 65 million years ago.

That event, presumably caused by a giant impact from outerspace, didn’t wipe out all primates living at the time, but probably spared relatively few of them, Tavaré theorized. Those primates that survived would have subsequently evolved into myriad species.

‘Of course, this is all speculation,’ Tavaré acknowledged. ‘We have not found any fossils in that bin yet.’

In fact, scientists may never know how these proposed lost kin of ours looked—or be certain they existed at all—unless paleontologists someday recover fossilized remains. 

FROM YOURS Dr.BHUDIA-Science Group Of INDIA.
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More Information of  Stromatolites @ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stromatolite 

‘The Strombolites‘ was inspired by a visit to a lake south of Perth, one of two places in Australia where ‘strombolites‘ can be seen. These are a kind of ‘living’ rock which date back to the dawn of life on Earth

 

Though geologist all over the world do visit to research in Kutch but Geological study has not been given such a priority in KUTCH. Kutch do have fossilised strombolites in Gangeshwar dome area. when it was under shalow sea water it has LIVING fossils at that time but later with the uplift of the area from the sea bed. those fossils are plenty on the gangeshwar hill area.

 

Though Australians and Americans geologist has dome more to study similar fossils in PERTH of AUSTRALIA. none of geologist has given the time to the strombolites foosils of  Gangeshwar dome of KUTCH. similarly Bay of Kutch is full of misteries. Diving in bay of kutch reveals a beutiful coral seabed and planty of Living STROMATOLITES which are original organisms of the time of the evolution of life on the Earth. picture of the BAY of kutch and Perth Australlia are attached along with gangeshwar dome strombolites fossils in KUTCH

  

Which proves the KUTCH land formation is since the LIFE evolved on the Earth and well beyond the time we think. and need more study of the fossil records. documentry film for this subject is vailable for reference study in the Geological Library of KUTCH SCIENCE FOUNDATION GEOLOGICAl section.

 

Geology Department, Univ of California at Davis, Davis, CA 95616, sumner@geology.ucdavis.edu and ANDRES, Miriam S., Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of Miami, 4600 Rickenbacker Causeway, Miami, FL 33149

In honor of Prof. Ginsburg and the numerous insightful conversations we have had with him, we present new results on processes causing lithification in modern Bahamian stromatolites. As Ginsburg has argued for longer than we have been scientists, understanding how modern stromatolites or “strombolites” form and lithify is critical to properly interpreting the origins of ancient stromatolites. Microbial roles in stromatolite lithification can be traced in carbonates because microbial communities produce carbon isotopic shifts when they cycle local DIC (dissolved inorganic carbon). Thus, the isotopic composition of carbonates can record ancient microbial CO2 cycling, providing insights into the processes of stromatolite growth and microbial influences on carbonate chemistry.
In shallow subtidal modern stromatolites from Highborne Cay, Bahamas, authigenic aragonite preserves a carbon isotopic record of heterotrophic microbial influences on DIC; authigenic aragonite is >1 per mil depleted in 13C relative to aragonite that precipitated in equilibrium with local seawater. Even though cyanobacteria raise pH during peak photosynthesis, more aragonite precipitates when and where respiration influences local DIC. These results are consistent with 1) sulfate reduction promoting carbonate precipitation and 2) calcium release during decay of exopolymeric substances as previously reported. Thus, heterotrophs play a more important role than phototrophs in Bahamian stromatolite lithification on a local scale. However, organic matter produced by cyanobacteria supports the heterotrophic community. Thus, the absence of an autotrophic isotopic signature in the rock record cannot imply the absence of photosynthetic activity.

Heterotrophic signatures may also be difficult to observe in ancient stromatolites. With continued lithification, the 1-2‰ δ13C shifts will be diluted by carbonate precipitation during early diagenesis and burial. Thus, microbial isotopic signatures in shallow subtidal stromatolites are only likely to be identified in exceptional circumstances. Identifying ancient microbial signatures will require careful sampling to separate carbonate components with different isotopic signatures and carbonates that precipitated on the spatial scales influenced by microbial communities.


If oyu are just waiting to hear for the Hominid Fossils found in the KUTCH, your wish will be copleted very soon in near future! teams are working to get the perfect evidence proofs and soon reach to conclusion to clear the confusions.
Do not be surprised if you get a good vews of unexpected HOMINID fossil find in the KUTCH of GUJARAT INDIA. Though most of the geologist stick to the darwinian beliefs, But thats not the coplete truth and thats the reality that darwinian theory is not the coplete science of creation of the GOD.
Many of the geologist are in favour of the New Study Supporting the Idea That Primates and Dinosaurs Coexisted. and  Many geologists do stay away from those Geologist but must not afraid of these but dare to read their finding facts too.
GEOLOGIST opposing those viws must read the BOOK about the hominid evolution,  the canals studied of many living primates, ‘Review of Forbidden Archaeology: The Hidden History of the Human Race.’  

Books and Documentry Filming evedenses are avilable for reference ONLy at out Science library geology sections.
MANY GEOLOGISTS did LAUGH when first news of fossils of GIANTS CROCODILION published very first time just after the KUTCH EARTHQUAKE in 2001. But Now atleast FOUR crocodillion fossil specimens are discoverd from Kutch sediments. Though many have not visited those museum places to see them may be lack of information to them.

But here is details of those 1) in PANDHROW Mine GEOLOGY MUSEUM at PANDROW – KUTCH @ http://wikimapia.org/#lat=23.6896473&lon=68.7201691&z=14&l=0&m=a&v=2&search=Panandhro
2) Bharatioya SANSKRITI DARSHAN Museum of BHUJ – SPECIMAN PICTURES MAP AND LOACTION @  http://wikimapia.org/#lat=23.241982&lon=69.6648324&z=18&l=0&m=a&v=2&show=/884307/Bharatiya-Sankriti-Darsan-Museum
3) specimen is under process of retrieving
and the 4) the very first and the BIGGEST OF ALL is been destroyed due to lack to understand the preserving the precious fossil treasere.

Information of GEOLOGICAL and ARCHEOLOGICAL importance of AREA of MADHAPAR

August 14, 2009
Subject: Information of GEOLOGICAL and ARCHEOLOGICAL importance of AREA of MADHAPAR
Date: Tue, 20 Jan 2009 15:48:01 +0000

From: kutchsciencefoundation@hotmail.com 

During our research expeditions during LAST DACADE in all parts of KUTCH, we have found very exiting unexplored civilisation places INCLUDING and apart from the world famous places of DHOLAVIRA, KOTI KURAN, AND KANMER. THOSE are Video recorded and Photographed for Scientific research recordings. Including many unseen SHILALEKHS, lost documentary evidences, and new findings. 
INDUS CIVILISATION closest to BHUJ is MADHAPAR

 

, Do not be surprised if you hear from any body that Madhapr of BHUJ – KUTCH is an Indus place.
ARCAEOLOGICAL information of MADHAPAR in HARAPPAN TIME. MADHAPAR is an INDUS civilisation. records are in out Science library and in ARCHAEOLOGY department BHUJ branch of Government of GUJARAT archaeological DEPARTMENT.
ARCHAEOLOGICAL DETAILS OF MADHAPAR:-

 

yes that is true. If you are in any doubt do not hesitate to contact the department of archaeology in bhuj near middle school of BHUJ.
Area near the lake of MAGJIrai lake and area around it between river PAT of Madhapar and River Dhoravaav is that area but as the area is industrialised and used for agriculture and also lake has been dug out in past with new developments , all positive findings may be lost but that’s the BARE TRUTH.
PLACE NAMED WITH “RAI” ARE OLD LAKES ARE CIVILISATION PLACES  (we have +100 archaeological places of Kutch recorded with LONGITUDE LATITUDE) 

 
MOCHIRAI OF SUKHPAR – 40 HARAPPAN GRAVES ARE FOUND IN BAJARIYUN GAAM AREA and Ancient canal structures are recorded at Kalyanpar area.
SADHURAI OF GODPAR, JAMORAI BETWEEN GODPAR AND MANUKUVA, VICHANDRAI OF MANUKUVA AND MAGJIRAI OF MADHAPAR.

 

 

 

SAR – MEANS SAROVAR ARE OLD CIVILISATION PLACES IN KUTCH.

 

BALASAR VAGAD NEAR GADHADA RASAJI DEVISAR – HAS MORE THAN ONE AREA OF
BHARASAR – HARAPPAN DAM AREA, CIVILISATION AREA DEVISAR AND JATAWADA
VADASAR – TARO -TALAV AREA OF THE VILLAGE BHADRESAR – BHADRESWAR
SUMARASAR – NENUNI DHAR CIVILISATION KHIRASARA , DAHISARA , MODSAR, Anandsar


MORO – MORA MEANS TAKARO – TIMBO  

 

SARLI TIMBO – JIWA TIMBO ARE VEKRA RAMPAR OF BHUJ
VEKARA TIMBO OF VAGAD MOMAY MORA etc

GADH AND GADHADA OF KUTCH 

DEVPARGADH, RAPAR GADH GADHWARI WADI – MEGHPAR IN BHUJ
GADHADA RASAJI NEAR BALASAR IN VAGAD,  GADHADA OF KHADIR NEAR RATANPAR GADHWARIWADI – KHIRSARA NETRA NAKHATRANA
GADHSHISHA PANDYANO GADH etc GADHADA OF BHAVNAGAR ON RIVER BANKS OF GHELO RIVER


KOT – KOTADA – KOTDI OF KUTCH  

 

KOTADA IN ZURA,  KOTADA JADODAR KOTADA BHADLI THARAVADA IN NAKHTRANA KOTADA THARAVADA IN ANJAR,  KOTADA – KOTADI OF DHOLAVIRA
KOTADA CHAKAR REHA – UGAMANA AND ATHAMANA KOTADA – GADHADO AREA HAS GADH IN GROUNDS  Kotada (Roha) has OLD KOTDA near village Kotada and Khirasara, KANTH KOT,
KATESHWAR – LAKHAPAT KOTAY KOTESHWAR
NARAYAN SAROVAR ALSO KOTADA CHANDRANI
KOTAD AND KOTADA UNCHA OF MAHUVA BHAVNAGAR KOTADA SANGANI ON BAY OF BANKS OF KUTCH – MORVI


Collected information has been given to ARCHEOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT of BHUJ – KUTCH branch including Archeological Library information at out KUTCH SCIENCE FOUNDATION LIBRARY. LAST visit document presented to the DEPARTMENT of ARCHEOLOGY AT BHUJ. If picture is not seen here it is attached with ths Email as
Department of Archaeology BHUJ.JPG

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Department of Archaeology BHUJ.JPG
 

 

 

Kutch is world famous for its fossil sites, 80% types of fossils of the world are available in KUTCH, MADHAPAR is also is full of famous fossils. And many of geologist / palaeontologists regularly visits different part of Fossil sites.

Hills south 4-5 km of Madhapar is KHATROL Hill range and full of different types of fossils. And so regularly many university arrange geological research and camping in this area. This area is LOCALLY KNOWN as DUNGAR WARA MAHADEV – GANGESHWAR MAHADEVA (geologically GANGESHWAR DOME of KHATROL Hill range) area and “GUNO”  is Known as GUNAWARI RIVER.

Here you can see thousands of fossils of ancient marine animals like AMMONITES, BELEMNITES, WOOD FOSSILS, STROMBOLITES and including fossil riverbed.Some of pictures are attaché here for more details one can request high resolution images.

 

 

  

All details are in reference GEOLOGY LIBRARY section 16)

 

Iincluding PICTUER and Video Library of GEOLOGY details of the places of  KUTCH, Geological Science Library including fossils and DINO fossils complete sets of Photographic libraries INCLUDING Forbidden Geology, ENCYCLOPEDIA OF GEOLOGY.  including video library

 

 
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Genetic Science is the key to the BLACK AND WHITE of the clues of the all civilisations and Ancestry.‏

August 14, 2009

Genetic Science is the key to the BLACK AND WHITE of the clues of the all civilisations and Ancestry.
 

From: kutchsciencefoundation@hotmail.com 

Complementary information of previous email confirmation with Genetic proofs -Ancient civilisation of Kutch and its relation to all ancient civilisation all over the world‏

Dear EDITORIALS, Medicos, Friends of the Science, History, ARCHEO – Anthropology and GEO-Archaeology, 

People carry their traditions of the life and the culture trough their generations and where ever they go. E.g. Farming traditions and techniques, they take with where ever they go to in this world and through their generations they do carry on for many generations.

Similarity of farming in our traditional farming of INDO ASIAN, today’s Egypt  (Original ANCIENT name is MUDRAYA) and other African countries as well as Mexican (Mayan), and Latin Americans suggest that those traditional similarities are common and so must have a common source of such  farming techniques.

Similarly similarities of clothing weaving of all those cavitations are more or like same. And from similar farming materials e.g. cotton. Today also Animal care also matches with shepherds of the INDO ASIANS, Afro Egyptians Americans. Though Our Indo Asian shepherds, RABARIES, Negros and red Indians genetically differs from each other, Similarity in life style appears in Most of their life style.

Mexicans – MAYANS use only traditional MERI GOLD offering ceremony to their ancestors as our traditions. Though now a days many changes we see as using different flowers. Ornamental similarities appear in most of the civilisations of the world.

Surprisingly construction techniques of the ancient time and today’s traditional construction match to each other. Much of the work has been done and published for the Pyramids construction methods, but none of such research been carried out for Indo-Saraswati civilisation construction methods. We are happy to COPY the clips of the Computer simulation of the DHOLAVIRA town ship from Indus: The Unvoiced Civilization films of HUMANITY http://rave.ohiolink.edu/dmc/video/2790702  to our documentary for Dholavira and to accept the Award for such PLAGIARISM

 

MOST OF THE DOCUMENTRY PUBLISHERS DO VISIT THE PLACE AND DOCUMENT THE PRESENT VIEW OF THE PLACE AND BUT AVOIDING THE PLAGIARISM, Plagiarism is the unauthorized use or close imitation of the language and thoughts of another author and the representation of them as one’s own original work.

Copyright: Films for the Humanities & Sciences
View Video IF YOU ARE AUTHORISED TO SEE rtsp://video.ohiolink.edu:554/WebVid/83304-2790702.smil
Download Video
IF YOU ARE AUTHORISED TO DOWNLOAD http://worlddmc.ohiolink.edu/Images/Bdg/VideoMDS/d42/1066243125-15120-26135-132496-364-1983012051.11655-a-nt.rm  

Construction techniques during the Megalithic period, INDO SARASWATI civilisations, do match most of the civilisations but none tried to compare and demonstrate neither in documentaries nor on the computer graphic simulations. The reason is the lack of the knowledge and the information of those construction techniques.

 

But surprisingly some casts descending from the North of the Indo-Saraswati  river basin regions do other parts of the world has maintained such traditional construction techniques.

Since many centuries a traditional house building methods used by KANBI tribes descended from North from SAPTA SINDHU regions of Himalaya, is exactly similar to those of Indo-Saraswati houses with double layered stone walls. And still few OLD Housings still persists of such wall types. (Such Photographic and Video recordings are available for reference viewing from Library records of archaeological section of Kutch science Foundation Library.)

(All Photographic records can be seen by request and reference can be used from Kutch Science foundation Library the relevant Medical, genetics, Biology, and Archaeology library sections)

15) Archaeological library WITH ENCYCLOPEDIA OF ARCHEOLOGY , Forbidden archaeology  including Civilisation and DHOLAVIRA video library, INCA, MAYA, EGYPT, INDUS etc. 

 

Doubt may rise from many part of it as are any of those tribes inheriting any Ancestry, but all the BLACK and White can be cleared with GENETICS SCIENCE study of those tribes and those of Anthropological specimens of the Civilisations and Megalithic culture of that civilisation and period there after.

Haplogroup M (mtDNA)
 
In human genetics, Haplogroup M is a human mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) haplogroup.(ONLY DERIVED FROM MATERNAL GENES maternal mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) haplogroup)

Genetic evidence Haplogroup H (Y-DNA) In human genetics, Haplogroup H (M69) is a Y-chromosome haplogroup.

MAYA and Mayan books of Mexico suggest that Indian crossed the Atlantic from Europe and lived in Mexican caves before 20000 years ago. Decoding is available – books original information are available for reference form the reference library. Including MAYAN CODOSIS  and decoding Mayan language.

CIVILISATION started in river basin areas of saraswati and INDUS and spread to middle east , Europe and than across the atlantic to Mexico and southern america – Peru and Andis, BUt how they cross the ATLANTIC. about 10000 years ago english chennel was frozen to ice so gypsis (original Indian origin as they believe themselves of INDIAN origin – SEE GENETIC DNA reports bootom of this email) crossed to british land, worshiped at STONEHENGE, worshiping SUN (suryavanshi), to cross an ATLANTIC ocean they go further north to SCANDINAVIA (so finis – scandinavian has similar GENETIC DNA similarity with Indian origin and differes from rest of Scandinavian tribes and rest of europeans too) to cross to CANADIAN part and then south to MEXICO and to PERU and ANDIS regions.

(Mexican Maya civilisations authentic book we have gives information as people of Indian – asian origin came from across Europe to Maxico caves and stayed there in caves some 20000 yeras back – similar evidense found MARUDA TAKKAR an oldest port of  the world in the middle of present SALT RANN and lake of INDUS SARASWATI at the time 20000 years ago)

Romani people (Gypsies or Gipsies)
 
The Romani people[46][47], Roma people[48][49][50] or Romany people are an ethnic group with origins in South Asia.[51][52] The Romani people are a widely dispersed ethnic group, with the largest concentrated populations in Europe and the Americas.[53][54] They are often referred to as Gypsies or Gipsies. 
 
Origins

The absence of a written history has meant that the origin and early history of the Roma people was long an enigma. As early as 200 years ago, cultural scholars hypothesised an Indian origin of the Roma based on linguistic evidence[83]. Genetic information confirms this.
Although the Nazis claimed that the Gypsies were not Aryan,[citation needed] some members of the Gypsy Lore Society (established in 1888 in England) claimed that the Gypsies were the most ancient Aryans and “sought to protect them from mixing with non-Gypsy elements and from modernization…”.[84]

Linguistic evidence

Until the mid to late eighteenth century, theories of the origin of the Roma were mostly speculative. Then in 1782, Johann Christian Christoph Rüdiger published his research that pointed out the relationship between the Romani language and Hindustani.[85] Subsequent work supported the hypothesis that Romani shared a common origin with the Indo-Aryan languages of Northern India,[86] with Romani grouping most closely with Sinhalese in a recent study.[87]
The majority of historians accepted this as evidence of an Indian origin for the Roma, but some maintained that the Roma acquired the language through contact with Indian merchants.[88]
 
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Population substructure in Finland and Sweden revealed

 

THOUGH MANY STUDIES HAVE been published for genetic study of Romans, Egyptian, Mayan, Eskimos, Scandinavians, finis, tribes of Indian and Indo-Asians, but not specific to the tribes in Kutch and Indo-Saraswati river basin tribes. Need to Do that part of genetic study to clear all Black and white of all such puzzles. And that’s the Best key to all.

As in Finland some people differ genetically from the rest of the population, they are traced genetically from genes of possibly those of the Indo Saraswati river basin tribes ancestry (e.g. Megh MAARU, Sindhis, Jats, Rajputs of 36 KULs, Aryans, Ahirs, RABARIES, KANBIes etc.). So they are eager to trace their ancestry genes from those tribes and so wish to make a Genetic study of those tribes as early as possible and so they are in constant touch with Science foundation and gathering all information from Genetic Science library of Kutch science foundation. 

 

Such work of Genetic science study will clear all doubts and clouds from any doubts raised.

 

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