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Archaeological site in Bihar's Banka may emerge as place of interest for world: Nitish Kumar

Archaeological site in Bihar's Banka may emerge as place of interest for world: Nitish Kumar

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Banka (Bihar) [India], December 13 (ANI): Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Saturday said the archaeological site, discovered on the bank of Chanan river in Amarpur area of Banka district, might emerge as a place of interest for the entire world.
The Chief Minister visited the archaeological site in Banka district on Saturday.
"When I heard about the discovery of the site, I had a gut feeling that it might be of the period of Buddha. Later, I came to know that it was about 2,600 years old. I feel once the excavation is complete, the site will emerge as a place of interest for not just people of the state or the country, but the entire world," Kumar said while talking to the media after his visit. (ANI)

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