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All over the world we see different strange things. There are also such strange things in India. Which very few people know about. In each house a clay mat is kept for cold water on summer days. But do you know where the largest field in the world is? Can the ground be as big as a tank? Do not be surprised to hear it, because it is true. The largest and oldest field in the world has become a hot topic on social media.

The largest and oldest mathematician in the world is located in Kannauj in Uttar Pradesh. About 2,000 liters of water can be stored in this mound of earth, which is kept in the Itranagari Museum, famous for its ‘fragrance’. About two thousand years ago, this vessel of Kushan descent was found in an excavation in the Sheikhpura area of ​​the city of Kannauj 40 years ago.

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The history of this district is very glorious. Excavations done here from time to time have revealed many of these unique things. This pot is the largest pot from the Kushan dynasty from the 1st to the 3rd century AD People are shocked to see this viral photo of ancient heritage preserved in a glass circle in the newly built museum. . It is 4.5 feet wide and 5.4 feet tall.

Utensils dating back to 1500 BC
During the reign of Kanishka some two thousand years ago, not only more than 40 small and large implements have been excavated here, but also implements used before and after the Gupta period. Pottery remains have been found here even before the Kushan dynasty, i.e. 1500 BC. Archaeological research shows that Kannauj has a painted gray ware and polished black ware culture from the north. Therefore, it is clear that human civilization existed here even 3500 years ago.

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The historian and president of the State Museum, Deepak Kumar, says that the largest and oldest mausoleum has ever been found. Only after much research was it possible to estimate the age of this moth. It dates from around AD 78,000 to 230 during the Kushan reign about two thousand years ago. At that time, the Ganges River used to flow near the city. At that time, it was customary to fill those mounds with water.

Archaeological excavations in Kannauj for more than five decades have uncovered many unique things. Be it terracotta sculptures or a coin over a thousand years old. Ancient idols of Lord Shiva in various seals have also been found here. Inscriptions from several centuries, sculptures, coins, utensils, stones also arrive here. Many Hindu, Jain and Buddhist heritages have been preserved here. All ages are estimated by carbon dating and thermoluminescence methods.

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