Bone ornaments in the Mesolithic context in India have been obtained

(A) Sarai Nahar Rai
(C) Mahadaha
(C) Lekhahia
(D) Chop ani Mando

Correct Answer : Mahadaha
Question Asked : UPRO/ARO (Mains) 2013
Explanation : A large number of implements made of bones and horns have been found from the Mesolithic site, Mahadaha (located in Pratapgarh district of U.P.). The book entitled 'PuratattvaVimarsh ' written by Dr. Jai Narayan Pandey describes various pointed objects and ornaments made of bones which have been reported from Sarai Nahar Rai, Damdama and Mahadaha.
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