Raipur. 2500 Years Old Terracotta Ringwell in Chhattisgarh: The history of human civilization in Chhattisgarh has been very old and prosperous. Many such ancient structures have been unearthed in Raipur city and its surrounding districts, with which our past is connected.
The grand Tunnel Tila temple of Sirpur and other ancient ruins as well as archaeological remains are buried underground at various places in the Mahanadi valley.
The Archaeological Conservation Department is continuously locating and marking these historical memories and then in the excavation of those sites, such unique things are coming out which introduce us to our rich glorious past. Photos of the historic discovery have been posted on Twitter by Chhattisgarh IPS officer Dipanshu Kabra.
During excavation in Rewa village near Raipur, the capital of Chhattisgarh, 2500 years old well made of terracotta (kiln caught soil) ring has come to the fore. In today’s time, as wells are prepared by tying cement rings, this well is somewhat similar, but technically much better than today’s wells. According to archaeologists, the most important thing about this happened is that it was used as a water conservation plant at that time. Its structure is very unique and different rings of terracotta are intertwined.
These have been designed with the right parameters to keep them organized on top of the .
Archaeologists are considering this discovery as a major discovery. He believes that such a structure opens a new chapter to understand the history of that era. We hope that there are many more such things around this structure at the excavation site, which are completely unseen. A detailed study of these will help us to understand the history of Chhattisgarh two and a half thousand years ago i.e. 500 years before the birth of Jesus Christ.