Skip to comments.History stands still in seabed off Sri Lanka
Posted on 07/08/2007 11:01:39 PM PDT by SunkenCiv
The popularization of scuba diving after World War II had its impact on Sri Lanka, when Sir Arthur Clarke and Mike Wilson (later Swami Siva Kalki) came here after their successful expedition on the Great Barrier Reef. They came here to write on the 'Reefs of Taprobane' (Sri Lanka ). Here they were joined by Jonklass. Although spear-fishing and coral reef exploration were the scuba divers' primary aims, searching for wrecks soon became their past time in a sea strewn with ship wrecks. It was Sir Arthur Clarke's book which first carried colour photographs of off-shore shipwrecks and the ruins of the 'Temple of Thousand Columns' under the seas... In 1964, Sir Arthur and Mike Wilson discovered a 17th century wreck of a Dutch vessel with a cargo of silver coins and bronze ca[n]non... Sri Lanka has to gear itself to monitor, evaluate, study and safeguard this wealth of archaeological material.
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NASA digital images discover ancient “Ramayana” bridge between India, Lanka
PTI | Washington, October 09 2002 | Editorial Staff
Posted on 10/09/2002 11:35:38 AM EDT by vannrox
Ram Sethu: Scientific Evidence Of Ancient Human Activity (Ramas Bridge)
Organizer ^ | 4-29-2007 | S. Kalyanaraman
Posted on 04/23/2007 6:35:24 PM EDT by blam
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Can the monkey god save Rama’s underwater bridge?
Times Online | March 27, 2007 | Ruth Gledhill and Jeremy Page
Posted on 03/27/2007 9:43:20 AM EDT by Alex Murphy
Interview [with Iravatham Mahadevan,] the Madras Indus scholar
Himal | April 2007 | interviewed by Sundar Ganesan
Posted on 03/31/2007 10:44:03 AM EDT by SunkenCiv
Hanuman bridge is myth: Experts
THE TIMES OF INDIA | SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2002 | No Author listed
Posted on 10/19/2002 7:25:58 PM EDT by jimtorr
No archaeological studies to support existence of Ram Sethu
Zee News | Wednesday, March 7, 2007 | Bureau Report
Posted on 03/07/2007 12:16:43 PM EST by SunkenCiv
Aha! I’ve read about the theory in the 90s, but didn’t realize there was actually a place for the End of History
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