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Temple relics found at Fatasil Ambari

By The Assam Tribune

GUWAHATI, May 25 � The directorate of archaeology, Assam collected 9 pieces of stone architectural relics from Dhirenpara of Fatasil Ambari area today which were first noticed by Mintu Ali, a local youth of the area, a press release said.

Out of these nine pieces, two were recovered by the officials of the Directorate of Archaeology from the residence of Mohammad Ali, a resident of Dhirenpara.

Dr HN Dutta, director of the directorate of Archaeology, Assam immediately rushed to the spot aongwith Ranjana Sarma, Director (Exploration & Excavation Branch), Chabina Hasan, Exploration officer of the directorate, Nilkamal Singh, a research scholar and taking into consideration the entire situation, the directorate of Archaeology took all the necessary steps and finally today at 9.00 am collected the stone architectural relics, along with the help of the local people Mintu Ali, Imtiaz Ali, Arjun Das, Suman Dey and Nipen Chakraborty under the guidance of the officials of the Directorate of Archaeology, Assam.

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Temple relics found at Fatasil Ambari

GUWAHATI, May 25 � The directorate of archaeology, Assam collected 9 pieces of stone architectural relics from Dhirenpara of Fatasil Ambari area today which were first noticed by Mintu Ali, a local youth of the area, a press release said.

Out of these nine pieces, two were recovered by the officials of the Directorate of Archaeology from the residence of Mohammad Ali, a resident of Dhirenpara.

Dr HN Dutta, director of the directorate of Archaeology, Assam immediately rushed to the spot aongwith Ranjana Sarma, Director (Exploration & Excavation Branch), Chabina Hasan, Exploration officer of the directorate, Nilkamal Singh, a research scholar and taking into consideration the entire situation, the directorate of Archaeology took all the necessary steps and finally today at 9.00 am collected the stone architectural relics, along with the help of the local people Mintu Ali, Imtiaz Ali, Arjun Das, Suman Dey and Nipen Chakraborty under the guidance of the officials of the Directorate of Archaeology, Assam.

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