Major Harappa Site
We have discussed major Harappa site and centres of the Indus Valley Civilization are discussed below.
It was a prominent city in the Montgomery district (now in Pakistan) on the bank of river Ravi. It was first unearthed in 1921. The presence of Granary is the characteristic feature of this Harappa site.
It was a prominent city, in Larkana district in Sindh province (now in Pakistan) on the bank of river Indus. It was first excavated in 1922. The presence of Great Bath is the characteristic feature of this Harappa site.
It is situated on the bank of river Bhogva in Ahmedabad district of Gujarat. The most important finding of this Harappa site is the Harappa dockyard. The relics of this place testify to the existence of Paddy crop in 1800 B. C. which the people used to sow.
It is situated in the state of Rajasthan. The relics of pre-Harappa as well as Harappa age have been found from this Harappa site.
It is situated on the bank of river Satluj in Punjab. The relics of Harappa age and pre-Harappa age have been excavated from this Harappa site.
It is situated 30 km south of Mohanjodaro in the Sindh province (now in Pakistan). Findings from this Harappa site include the Seal, materials used in doll making and other things made of bones.
It is situated on the bank of river Hindan in Meerut district of Uttar Pradesh. It was the eastern limit of the Harappa civilization.
It is situated in Hissar district of Haryana. Barley of superior quality is found here.
It is situated on the Kathiawar peninsula of Gujarat.
Ali Murad :
It is situated in Sindh (now in Pakistan). A big fort made of stones has been found here.
Kot Diji :
It is also situated in Sindh (now in Pakistan).
It is situated in South Baluchistan.
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