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Kerala's megalithic past demands awareness at local level

Summary by Ground News
Historians cite lack of coordination between Archaeological Survey of India and Kerala State Archaeology Department for monuments lying neglected and unprotected in Kerala. Most megalithic sites are accidentally discovered by locals or property owners. Noted Malayalam writer Kovilan, who lived in close proximity to Kudakkallu sites in Ariyannur, once remarked that he received an injunction notice from ASI when he tried to renovate his house. The Muniyaras (dolmens) of Marayoor, located 40 km from Munnar, is an alluring spot for anthropologists and archaeologists from all over the world.

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