Extension area of Harappan Civilization [HISTORY] ENGLISH 09

 Sites of Harappan civilization


* Harappan


- Excavated by Dayaram Sahni in 1921.


- First mention was made by Charles Masson.


- Located on the left bank of the river Ravi.


- The city was divided into two parts, the fort on the western side.


- A statue of a stiff woman on her head, is shown coming out of the plant from the womb.


- Currency with public records has been received.


- R-37 tomb has been found in the south area of ​​the city.


- In the lower part of the city, evidence has been found of laborers' accommodation and ground floor pops.

* Mohenjodaro


- Excavation has been done by RD Banerjee in 1922 AD.


- The division of the city into two parts but devoid of chahari chavari


- Most currency has been received.


- The largest building has a storage room of 47.71 * 15.23 meters.


- Most church building bath was found of 11.88 * 7.01 * 2.43.


- 16-room barrack called coolie line.


- 10 inch long bronze statue (Natarki)


- Sculpture of a shaved man with a clover shawl.


- There has been evidence of pavement of roads.


- Vedika tree marking in HR field


- Most of the people were of Mediterranean species.



* Kalibanga


- Excavation was done by Amlanand Ghosh in 1952 AD.


- It was situated on the left bank of the Ghaghar River in Rajasthan.


- Literally Meaning Black Bangle


- Two parts of the city, both parts classified (boundary wall enclosure).


- Use of raw brick for building construction, havan kund has been received.


- Evidence of the accumulated field of pre-Harappan civilization has been found.


- Lack of drainage system is shown.


* Lothal


- Excavation has been done in 1957 AD by Ranganath Rao.


- Located on the banks of Bhogwa River in Ahmedabad, Gujarat.

- Single division of the city


- Evidence of collapse


- Reception of fire altars and havan kund


- Posture depicting the story of the clever fox of Panchatantra has been achieved.


- Duck marking has been found on seals and pottery.




* Dhaulavira (Gujarat)


- Excavation done in 1967-1968 by Jagapathi Joshi again in 1990 by R.S Bisht.


- Between Mansar and Manhar rivers in Bhachau taluka of Gujarat


- City division three-tier


- Central stadium (283 * 47) meters of the city


- Large inscription


- Reservoir and series large dam for water harvesting



* Banawali (Haryana)


- Excavation in Haryana located in 1973 by RS Bisht.


- There is no division of the city, deregulation of the entire city


- plow toy


- Copper Vanagr


- Lack of drain system


- Marks of bullock carts on the road


* Sutkagandor


- Discovered by Oral Stine in 1927.


- On the banks of the Dashk River in Balochistan


- Construction of fortification on natural rocks


- Was a business town.


* Alamgirpur


- Excavation was done in 1958 by Yajnadatta Sharma.


- River of Hindon near Meerut


- Pictures of peacocks and squirrels on pots

* Surkotada


- Excavation was done in 1967 by Jagapathi Joshi.


- The city was divided into two parts.


- Achievement of horse bone


- On the left bank of the Sutlej River in Punjab


- Excavation under the direction of Yagyadatta Sharma


- Evidence of burial of dogs has been found with the owner.


* Harappan carpet settled on the banks of rivers


- City Rivers


1. Harappa - Ravi River (left bank)


2. Mohenjodaro - Indus (left bank)


3. Chanhudado - Sindhu (left bank)


4. Rangpur - Mather


5. Ropar - Sutlej

6. Kotdiji - Sindhu (left bank)


7. Sutkagandor - Dashk


8. Balakot - Bindar


9. Alamgirpur - Hindon


10. Banwali - Rangoi Nalla


11. Dholavira - Manhar and Mansar


12. Kalibanga - Ghaghar


13. Lothal - Bhogwa


14. Sotkakoh - Shadikour

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