Dr. Anek Ram Sankhyan

Anthropological Survey of India, Kolkata, India

Anthropologist (Physical)



Ph.D., Palaeoanthropology, Panjab University, Chandigarh


  1. Sankhyan, A.R. (1979). The first evidence of early man from Haritalyangar area, Himachal Pradesh. Science and Culture (Calcutta) 47: 358-359.
  2. Sankhyan, A.R. (1980). The first record of Dorcatherium (Tragulidae) from the Pinjor Formation East of Chandigarh. Bulletin Indian Geological Association (Chandigarh) 13: 67-70.
  3. Garg, S.K., D. Tyagi and A.R. Sankhyan (1981). Reproductive life of Bhoksa women. Annals of Human Biology (London) 8: 361-370.
  4. Garg, S.K., D. Tyagi, R.S. Negi and A.R. Sankhyan (1981). A serological analysis of the Bhoksa of Dehradun, Uttar Pradesh, India. Acta Anthropogenetica (Patiala) 5: 157-168.
  5. Sankhyan, A.R. (1981). The first record of Dorcatherium nagrii (Tragulidae) from Dhok Pathan Formation (Middle Siwaliks) of Haritalyangar area, Himachal Pradesh. Journal of Himalayan Geology (Dehradun) 12: 91-97.
  6. Sankhyan, A.R. (1983). The first record of Early Stone-Age tools of man from Ghumarwin, Himachal Pradesh. Current Science (Bangalore) 52: 126-127.
  7. Sankhyan, A.R. (1985). Late occurrence of Sivapithecus in Indian Siwaliks. Journal of Human Evolution (London) 14: 573-578.
  8. Tyagi, D. Garg, S.K., R.S. Negi and A.R. Sankhyan (1988). Population genetic and other studies on the Bhoksa of Dehradun. Human Science (Calcutta) 37(3): 273-297.
  9. Sankhyan, A.R. (1988). On Ramapithecus-Sivapithecus biological kinship. Indian Journal of Physical Anthropology & Human Genetics (Lucknow) 14(3): 1-12.
  10. Sankhyan, A.R. (1990). A Re-thinking on the Human Great Ape Cladogenesis and the Last Common Ancestor. Journal of Anthropological Survey of India (Calcutta) 39: 169-190.
  11. Sankhyan, A.R. (1991). An anthropological look on Ramapithecus andSivapithecus Siwalik Hominoids. Journal of Himalayan Geology (Dehradun) 2(2): 169-177.
  12. Sankhyan, A.R. (1993). Ancient human skeletal remains from Kurmitha in Birbhum District, West Bengal: A Preliminary Study. Journal of Anthropological Survey of India 42 (2): 139-42.
  13. Sankhyan, A.R.(1993). Adaptability of human foot in some Indian population. South Asian Anthropologist (Ranchi) 15 (Nos. 1 & 2).
  14. Sankhyan, A.R. (1994). On Simian Crease in some Tribal populations of Central and Western Himalayas. Journal of Anthropological Survey of India 44 (3 & 4): 215-221.
  15. Srivastava, A.C. A.K. Chowdhury, and A.R. Sankhyan (1995). Genetic demography of the Jaunsaris: A Polyandrous Tribe. Journal of Anthropological Survey of India 44: 1-57.
  16. Sankhyan, A.R. (1997). Fossil Clavicle of Middle Pleistocene Hominid from the Central Narmada Valley, India. Journal of Human Evolution (London) 32:3–16.
  17. Sankhyan, A.R.(1997). A New Human Fossil find from the Central Narmada Basin and its Chronology. Current Science (Bangalore) 73 (12): 1110-1111.
  18. Singh, D. P. and A.R. Sankhyan (1997). An X-ray diffractometric study of Crystalline Phase in some human crania of contemporary, historical and ancient India. Journal of Anthropological Survey of India (Calcutta) 41(1): 57-68.
  19. Sankhyan, A.R.(1999). The place of Narmada Hominid in the Jigsaw Puzzle of Human Evolution. Gondwana Geological Magazine (Nagpur) Spl. Vol. 4 pp. 335-345.
  20. Sankhyan, A.R. and G.H.L. Weber (2001). Evidence of Surgery in Ancient India: Trepanation at Burzahom (Kashmir) over 4000 years ago. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology (London) 11:375-380.
  21. Sankhyan, A.R. (2004). 4000 varsh poorv Bharat mein mastishk shalyavidh (in Hindi). Journal of Anthropological Survey of India (Calcutta) 53: 119-126.
  22. Sankhyan, A.R. (2005). New fossils of the Early Stone Age man from Central Narmada Valley.  Current Science (Bangalore) 88: 704-707.
  23. Sankhyan, A.R. (2006).  Human Fossil Evidence from Narmada Valley. Humankind (Bhopal) Vol. 1: 103-115.
  24. Sankhyan, A.R. and Schug, G.R. (2011). First Evidence of Brain Surgery in Bronze Age Harappa. Current Science (Bangalore) 100 (11): 1621-22.

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