Stone Age is the period of history when the life of man was only dependent on stones. A few years ago, in a village of Tamilnadu (Chennai), challenged the popular scientific theory in the stones that were discovered from the Stone Age, that modern humans spread through Africa brought Central Paleolithic to India.
According to new evidence, there was a Paleolithic culture in Madhya Pradesh in the Middle East about 385,000 years ago, whereas in Africa it was about 1,25,000 years ago.
Central paleolithic culture is considered an important cultural step because central Palaeolithic culture is associated with modern humans, Neanderthals, and other ancient hominids.
Scientists used stones of that era to learn about the study of man’s early behavior.
The central paleolithic culture was long before scientific beliefs in India. According to the new study, on Wednesday the International Scientific Journal was published in nature.
Sharma Center professor Shanti Pappu, who led the research center, told in a report to India Science Wire that our study presents a change in the thinking and dissemination of Middle Paleolithic cultures in South Asia, which There is an old culture till now.
They have said that without fossils, we can not reduce the species, but we can convey to the people that many Hominins associated with central paleolithic culture are spreading, complex patterns, processes compared to about 125 thousand years ago. And it was happening very long before the interaction between the species.
His study suggests that Middle Paleolithic culture in India started outside Africa much earlier than before the modern human migration. This migration was thought long ago and India played an important role in the development of Central Paleolithic culture.
About this, R. B. Phutte was discovered at Attimampakkam in the year 1863 and was examined by many scholars in the 1930s and 1960s. Professor Pappu and Dr. Kumar Akhilesh from the center of Sharma are excavating this place since 1999. Presently this work is being done with the help of Professor Yani Gunnel from the Leon University of France.