India discovers 5000 years old jewellery factory in Haryana’s Rakhi Garhi

The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) who were working in Haryana’s RakhiGarhi for 32 years was shocked to find a 5000 years old jewellery factory.

Rakhi Garhi is well known as one of the  oldest archaeological sites in India which comes under the Indus Valley Civilisation in Hisar district of Haryana.

The structure seems to be like a House along a kitchen complex and after that  5000-year-old jewellery making factory was discovered.

According to the structure of the site ASI officers reported that it must have been a very important trade centre which was dealing in Copper and gold jewellery based on the items found inside it.

It’s not the first time that ASI had discovered something in Rakhi Garhi, since from last 2 months  civilisation progressing steadily towards development in which hey have discovered many things.

Thousands of earthen pots, royal seals, and children’s toys have also been excavated earlier.

“We have done a lot of work on Sinauli, Hastinapur and Rakhigarhi in the last 20 years. It was unexpected to find a 5000 years old jewellery factory. ASI officials worked focusly for many years. You can say that the people of Rakhigarhi were the ancestors of the people of Hastinapur and from this the culture for development and momentum. Dr. Sanjay Manjul, Additional Director General (ADG), ASI, said.