Archaeological Survey of India to conserve Paunar Fort
| Sunday | 9th May, 2021
Archaeological Survey of India to conserve Paunar FortBy Shirish Borkar :Conservation work likely to start after lockdownCUSTODIAN of cultural heritage of the country the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) is all set to undertake the conservation work of Paunar Fort in Wardha district in the coming season.
The first phase is characterised by a thin black and red pottery and a coarse red ware.
A coarse red pottery with painting in black.
The third period dated 38 centuries is marked by the introduction of a bright slipped red ware and structure of kiln burnt brick.
A fragmentary stone inscription from the village Paunar during the reign of Burhan Nizam Shah is inscribed in Nagari Character in bold relief during the Suhura Era 1000.
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