Lucknow: A mural depicting Tardunni, the head of a mountain tribe in Iran dating back to 2000 BC has created controversy as many Indians are of a different opinion.
Etched into the Darband-i-Belula cliff the mural overlooks a narrow pass in Iraq’s Horen Shekhan area and belongs to a mountain tribe head.
The mountain tribe King holds a bow, a quiver of arrows and a dagger in his belt with a slave can be seen.
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The Indian diplomat at the Ebril consulate, Chandramouli Karn was accompanied with other historians from the University of Sulaimania and the Iraqi Governor of Kurdistan.
Archaeologists and historians in Iraq have never come across any links of the murals with Indian mythology that claims otherwise.
[source_without_link]With agency inputs [/source_without_link]