An Indian stone engraving has been found in the Kurdistan region dating back to 2000 BC, a famous Indian newspaper reported.
The Times of India reported that a Senior Indian delegation visited the Kurdistan Region last June and found a stone engraving dating back to 2000 BC in the Hawrini areaof Sheikhan district.
According to Times of India, the inscription is expected to return to an Indian goddess called Rama.
Pointing out that the Indian delegation visited the Kurdistan region at the invitation of the Indian General Authority for Research in the region and included a member of the Indian Ministry of Culture and the Indian Ambassador to Iraq and the Indian Consul in the Kurdistan Region.
The newspaper explained that the existence of this stone engraving in this area in the Kurdistan Region is due to the cultural relations between the Sumerians and Indians in that era, and that this engraving is the result of the exchange of communication.
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