- Prehistoric Mansar
- Goddess Aditi in Rig Veda
- Susaka - An Indian Prince who Rules over Egypt, Palestine and Babylonia
- Exploration around Ganeshwar( Rajasthan)
- The Indian Copper Hoard Ring: Some fresh Observations
- Archaeology of Kuppam Region: Recent Discoveries
- Is Orjhar the Celebrated Purvarama Monestery?
- Percussion made votive stupas from Satdhara, District Raisen( M.P)
- Plundering of Antiquities in Post-Taliban Afghanistan
- Newly Discovered Gupta Remains at Kalanjar
- Recently Discovered Babhmani Cooper Coins
- Historical Muslim Monuments of Nagpur
- Practical Notes on Care of Excavated Archaeological Organic Objects
- Some Parameters of Judging the Authenticity of an 'Antiquity'
- Submerged Ancient Remains off Mahabalipuram
About the Authors:
A.K. Sharma is an archaeologist of repute, and is known for his original contributions in the field of archaeology and anthropology. His zeal for working in remote and inaccessible areas of Kashmir, northeast India and Lakshadweep Islands have brought to light the rich cultural heritage of these areas. It goes to his credit that he has published the reports of all his explorations and excavations in a record time. Apart from scores of schorarly articles, his books:
- Emergence of Early Culture in North-East India
- Manipur the Glorious Past
- Early Man in North-East India
- Prehistoric Delhi and its Neighbourhood
- Prehistoric Burials of Kashmir
- Early Man in Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh
- The Departed Harappans of Kalibangan have been widely acclaimed.
His books Excavations at Jhiri and History of Tansa Valley are under publication by the Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts and Gurudeva Siddha Peeth, Ganeshpuri, respectively. He holds senior fellowship from ICHR. Even after seven years of retirement from the Archaeological Survey of India, he is very active in the field and is presently the director of excavations at Mansar, a rich Vakataka site near Nagpur.
Dr. Buddha Rashmi Mani, born 17 April 1955 (Gunhill, Mussoorie) in a family of patriots, academicians, administrators, is presently Director (Archaeology) in the Archaeological Survey of India, Janpath, New Delhi. he has had a meritorious academic record from High School to the University, always standing first class first. He got his Master's degree in Ancient Indian History, Culture and Archaeology from Banaras Hindu University in 1976 and Ph.D. in 1980 on 'Life in the Kushan Age'. He taught the subject in B.H.U. and at Central Institute of Tibetan Higher Studies, Sarnath in between 1978 and 1984 after which he joined the Archaeological Survey of India where he worked in various capacities of Group 'A' service in different circles and branches and directed more than a dozen significant archaeological excavations, such as at Lolkot, Salimgarh fort, Sankisa, Siswania, Kanishkapura, Ambaran and Ayodhya and also conserved a number of monuments in Goa, Maharashtra, Delhi and Jammu and Kashmir. He has been Director of the Institute of Archaeology (ASI), New Delhi. he has widely travelled and has represented the country in international conferences in Male, Tehran, Leicester, London etc. and has contributed two books, 'The Kushan Civilization' and 'Delhi: Threshold of the Orient' alongwith more than 100 research papers published in national and international journals.