The display of prehistory objects in the Orissa State Museum was due to his association with Paramananda Acharya, the earliest prehistoric researcher of Orissa after V.Ball. With the association of Aiyappan, Acharya arranged transfer of prehistoric objects kept in the Baripada Museum to the Orissa State Museum. These objects were recovered from the Calcutta University Museum in the department of Anthropology and were kept in the Baripada Museum. With his instructions we have planned the display of stone weapons and artifacts, metal objects and pottery objects in wall and table show cases. From the tips given by Acharya we could collect photographs of different types of pottery belonging to the Neolithic phase......... more
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