Bullock Cart with 'Wheel'
~10000 years ago
Pahadpur, Likhichaj Cave, Madhyapradesh
Wheel with 8 spokes
Could be used for denoting Dharma or seasons.
Chaturbhuj Nala, Bhanpura, MP

This Cart with a Wheel drawn seems drawn with charcoal could be dating much older than 15000 ybp.
Pahadgarh, Likhichaj Caves, Madhyapradesh

Uni-cart with #WHEEL 🛞 is found on Chaturbhuj Nala, Bhanpura, Madhyapradesh, Rockart
Painted ~10,000 ybp (years before present)

Pictures taken from bulleteers.com

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