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Lal, vol. There are over 1, identified Harappan sites in India and Pakistan, of which are in India, but only 22 of them have been excavated. The harappa 32 sound of 12 excavators helped by labourers reached a depth of 45 ft over a large portion of the acre Dholavira site. The trove so far includes 20, pieces of antiquities-seals, beads, copper tools and weapons, terracotta figurines, bone, ivory, stone and baked clay items and 10 truckloads of pottery. This makes the Dholavira excavation one of the most comprehensive and expensive historical treasure hunts in India. Says Dr Ravindra Bisht, the excavator of Dholavira and director of the Delhi-based Institute of Archaeology: "It could have been used for religious purposes or as a playing ground or for festivities.

Excavations in Mohenjo Daro and Harappa had already proved that the Harappans had a unique sewerage system comparable only to the Roman civilisation which came later. But at the Dholavira settlement, the Harappans had harappa 32 sound their water and drainage management expertise, keeping in mind the parched terrain and the absence of perennial rivers. Most interestingly, 'dams' were built with huge blocks of stone to harness rain-water which was then channelised through large drains into huge reservoirs flanking the outer fortifications. Each graduated weight is double the weight of the previous weight category.

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These distinctive weights have been found at all settlements of the Indus region as well as in settlements on the periphery, where Indus merchants may have obtained raw materials or traded finished products. The Indus subsistence system harappa 32 sound highly diverse due to the many different environments in which people lived. Wheat and barley cultivation, supplemented by animal harappa 32 soundwas the foundation of the urban centers in the core alluvial regions, but millets and possibly rice were cultivated in Gujarat. Animal husbandry was dominated by humped zebu Bos indicus cattle, but also included non-humped cattle Bos tauruswater buffalo Bubalus bubalissheep, and goats.

Fishing, hunting of wild fauna, and the collection of wild fruits supplemented the major crops and animal foods. Wheat and barley agriculture was practiced primarily during harappa 32 sound winter growing seasonand crops such as cotton and millet were probably cultivated after the summer monsoon.

The presence of two growing seasons made it possible to create enough surpluses to support large cities and trade networks. Due to the nature of the topography and the intensity of floods harappa 32 sound the Indus and its tributaries, it was not possible to maintain major canals for irrigation.

Most cultivation in the alluvium was based on adequate rainfall and opportunistic agriculture harappa 32 sound crops could be planted along the banks of oxbow lakes and slower streams. Along the piedmont zone of Baluchistan, some Harappa 32 sound settlements constructed diversion canals for directing floodwaters to fields, and there is some evidence for the construction of small irrigation canals near the site of Shortughai in northern Afghanistan. Around b.Table 1: Counts of Urban and Post-Urban Phase sites in "Harappan" Gujarat. . to Lothal A based on the pottery and "flood deposits"), 3) Lothal and 4) Rangpur The establishment of sound and detailed evolutions in the many distinct.


24—32 ha principle, 77 Haleini, Hakuin Zenji, 16 harn, sound, Vedic concept of, See also mudra Hanh, Thich Nhat, Harappan.

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