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This is the National Heritage Week being celebrated by the Archaeological Survey of India, one of the most impressive organizations in the public domain. Part of the Ministry of Culture, the ASI is responsible for the preservation of much of our cultural heritage.

The Publications of the ASI date from the 1870's when A Cunningham, the first Director General documented the tours undertaken by him and his colleagues.  Since that time, there have been a large number of epigraphical reports, monographs and books brought out by the Survey, many of which are remarkable pieces of  scholarship, and invaluable sources of information and history. 

We are very pleased to list all the ASI publications in our section on Archaeology. Come explore!

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