Sumary of Prehistoric Rock Art Found Near Delhi:
- Located near the famous Mangar Bani sacred grove lying between New Delhi and Gurgaon, these paintings have been found among a warren of shelters in the quartzite rocks in the Aravalli hills.
- According to reports, the villagers from Mangar knew about these paintings for a long time.
- The media quoted Banani Bhattacharyya, deputy director of the department, as saying that some of the paintings may likely belong to the Upper Palaeolithic Age.
- According to the team, many of the paintings found in the caves near Mangar Bani have faded with time but those visible depict human and animal figures, plants, and geometric shapes.