Memoirs of the Archæological Survey of India. Excavation at Agrohā Punjab
Almost immediately afterwards the publication of the Annual Reports of the Archaeological Survey of India ' where the report was to appear was suspended as a result of war-time restrictions on printing and later on the publication of the series was altogether abandoned. [...] The antiquities and records of the excavation kept in the office of the Frontier Circle became inaccessible to us after the partition of India. [...] The latter gives an account of the demolition of the Hindu temples and buildings and the utilization of the material by Firtiz Shah Tughluq in contructing his HisAr-i-Firfiza. [...] below the surface of the mound and were thus assigned to the 1st stratum the entire structures in the trench were of the second stratum though tops of walls of the third stratum were struck here and there. [...] From observations regarding signs of burning in the rooms and debris and acquisition of demolished and burnt sculptures clay seal and manuscript and a deposit of ashes etc.
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