Metallurgy in Ancient India and Jharkhand

Authors : Sarbajit Roy; Ravindra Kumar; Romus A; Shailendra Kumar Pandey; Purushotam Kumar; Vishal Kumar; Sudhir Kumar; Neeraj Kumar Sinha; Raman Kumar Mandal; Abhimanyu Kumar; Rajnish Kumar; Deepshikha Mishra

Volume/Issue : Volume 6 - 2021, Issue 10 - October

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Metallurgy has emerged as one of the most important inventions of humankind and has contributed enormously to human culture. Metallurgy in India has a distinguished history, beginning from the Indus Valley Civilization and even earlier. The Indian state of Jharkhand, which currently contains about 40% of the nation's mineral resources , has a consistently long history and tradition of metallurgy . Smelting sites of iron, copper and gold have been found in many areas of the state. It is known that primitive tribes of Jharkhand especially one known as Asurs, who are now facing extinction , possessed and implemented the metallurgy of iron, copper and gold. This paper discusses the practice of metallurgy and mining procedures in ancient India and Jharkhand of metals, minerals and alloys including iron, copper , gold , Bronze and brass, tin zinc, mica and coal.


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