This website is a humble attempt to draw the attention of the world to the huge treasure of Megaliths of India, the lesser-known relics of Indian tribals.

Sunday, 6 January 2013


by  Subhashis Das.

Ancient India and Britain did have a contact with each other in the hoary antiquity. 

Many would regard this claim to be preposterous but proofs of such contacts are in abundance in the form of many similar and near similar rituals, names and ofcourse the megaliths...

Several megalithic structures in these countries are so strikingly similar that to the beholder it may seem that these megaliths and their appendages must have been created by the same set of people. 
And their presumption may not be altogether wrong as these similar structures must have resulted from a contact with each other and nothing else.

The few pictures below which reveal these striking similarities  will coerce you to rethink on what you really know about our countries's antiquity...

The pictures below reveal the stunning similarities of the Holed Stones of  Britain and India:

Punkri Burwadih




Punkri Burwadih

Below are a few pics of a similar looking megalithic architecture both of Wales and India:            

Pathalgaddha, India

Wales. (©Adam Stanford)




Purni Mandar

Pembrokeshire, Wales (© The Heritage Trust)

The photographs below are of possible game boards done in megaliths/stones in India, Britain and even in Italy...see the striking similarity:


Llanfairfechan, Wales


Punkri Burwadih, India

The similarities in the above  wouldn't have developed at free will but must have stemmed as a fall out of a contact in the foggy past.   

Did ancient Indians travel to England or did they walk down to India in the hoary times travelling astronomical distances ?

The ringed petroglyphs on The Heygate Stone. UK . Credit:

The ringed petroglyphs of Sopore, Kashmir. India. Credit: Abhisek Mishra.

Ringed petroglyphs on a menhir in Mizoram. India. credit: H.Lalnulmawia.

The migratory tradition among many Mundaric tribes in India do speak of their wandering in various lands  prior to their entry into India. One must remember many of these tribes are still megalithic.

As it is only the tribals in India who raise megaliths and seeing the resemblances of these monuments chances are that it were these people who were in contact with the far flung Isles.


I agree with you Subhashis. I was lecturing on this in Britain 20 years ago, and you have introduced many more relevant and stimulating cases. Yours is inspiring work.

Callanish Megalithic Site: The Sanskrit connection

Megaliths of Anamalais and Palani region of south india has close resemblance with Irish megaliths. Few basic words of Malayalam and Tamil has close resemblance, or some what similar to that in Irish language..

Separated by such great distances, yet such striking similarities. Will the mystery ever be unravelled, I wonder.

Kalyan Biswas


Megaliths of Mizoram:

Blog on Brahmagiri megaliths:

First ever song composed on a megalith in India. Rajat Chandra sings on the fascinating megaliths of Punkri Birwadih:

Megalithic burials of the dolmen kind of Andhra Pradesh:

Rare megalithic sites discovered in Chattisgarh:

More than 200 megalithic sites found in Dhamtari and Mahasamund districts of Chattisgarh. Visit:

Megaliths of Jharkhand go to

Copper beads found during excavations in megaliths of Kerala. Read on:

A huge mysterious Peru type feature of the letter VI has been discovered on a hillock in Gujarat by Geology scholars. Chances are that the feature could be man made. Read on...

The 'kodakkal' or the 'Umbrella Stones', a type of unique dolmens typical only to Kerala lie in utter neglect. As-Prof Devdas now heads a study on the megaliths of Kerala. Visit:

125 megaliths have been discovered in the region of Junapani in Vidharba.

About 3000 year old megaliths have been discovered in Nagpur Amravati road.

3000 year old megaliths have been discovered in a college campus of Khammam of A.P. College authorities have planned to protect them. Great Job. Hope there were more like them.

The legendary Burjhaom megaliths of Kashmir: