Archaeologists from the Deccan College Deemed University in Pune have discovered two skeletons, a young male and a female, buried at the same time in the same grave with the man’s face turned toward the woman.
It is the first anthropologically confirmed joint burial of a couple in a Harappan cemetery. The ‘couple’s grave’ was found in the Harappan settlements excavated at Rakhigarhi in Haryana, some 150km northwest of Delhi.
Archaeologists said evidence points at the couple being buried simultaneously or about the same time. They could not find clear evidence if one was buried after the other.Click Here: gold coast suns 2019 guernsey