Ganeshwar Civilzation

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Ganeshwar Civilization
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Ganeshwar Civilization is located in Rajasthan
Ganeshwar Civilization
Ganeshwar Civilization
Location in Rajasthan, India
Coordinates: 27°37′58″N 75°52′46″E / 27.632732°N 75.879359°E / 27.632732; 75.879359Coordinates: 27°37′58″N 75°52′46″E / 27.632732°N 75.879359°E / 27.632732; 75.879359
Country  India
State Rajasthan
District Sikar
 • Body Panchayat
 • Sarpanch Saroj Devi [1]
Elevation 424.24 m (1,391.86 ft)
Population (2011[2])
 • Total 6,994
 • Official Hindi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 332705 [3]
Telephone code 91-1574
Vehicle registration RJ-23
Nearest city Neem-Ka-Thana
Distance from Neem-Ka-Thana 7.9 kilometres (4.9 mi) (land)
Distance from Sikar 66.4 kilometres (41.3 mi) (land)
Distance from Jaipur 83 kilometres (52 mi) (land)
Avg. summer temperature 46–48 °C
Avg. winter temperature 0–1 °C

Ganeshwar is a village in Neem-Ka-Thana Tehsil (Mandal) in the Sikar District of the Indian state of Rajasthan. Ganeshwar is 7.9 kilometres (4.9 mi) distance from Neem-Ka- Thana town, 66.4 kilometres (41.3 mi) from Sikar city and 83 kilometres (52 mi) from Jaipur. Excavations in the area revealed the remains of a 4,000 year old civilization.


Historian Ratna Chandra Agrawal wrote that Ganeshwar was excavated in 1977. Red pottery was found here with black portraiture. The period was estimated to be 2500–2000 BC. Nearly one thousand pieces of copper were found there.[4] Ganeshwar is located near the copper mines of the Sikar-Jhunjhunu area of the Khetri copper belt in Rajasthan. Excavations revealed copper objects including arrowheads, spearheads, fish hooks, bangles and chisels. With its microliths and other stone tools, Ganeshwar culture can be ascribed to the pre-Harappan period. Ganeshwar mainly supplied copper objects to Harappa.[5]

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  1. ^ Details of Sarpanch in Sikar
  2. ^ "Census of India: Sub-District Details". Retrieved 2013-05-22. 
  3. ^ "Pin code search option, India Post". Retrieved 2011-12-30. 
  4. ^ रतन लाल मिश्र:श�?�?ावा�?�? �?ा नव�?न �?तिहास, म�?डावा, १९९८, प�?.२०
  5. ^ Sailendra Nath Sen: Ancient Indian History And Civilization, New Age International, 01-Jan-1999, Page No.27