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It is certain that the decline of the Harappan civilisation was not caused by invading Aryans or non-Aryans.
August 9, 2012 in A-Level Phsyics
Posted by Zack on August 15, 2012 Some months ago, I decided to run a big ChromoPainter analysis of the Eurasian samples I have.
stone totem pole
Lush farmlands west of the "citadel" mound at Mohenjo-daro.
Ancient Indian civilisation is said to be based on urban-centric civilisation.
The residents of Khalsa Bohla village in Haryana are very excited – objects dating back thousands of years have been discovered in their village.
Archaeologists like Sir Mortimer Wheeler and Stuart Piggott believed that the Harappan towns had a remarkable unity of conception.
The archaeologists team leader said the excavation revealed a circular platform at Sui-Vihar built with sun-dried bricks and a number of supporting walls to hold the platform and the cylindrical structure. – File Photo
One of the largest unicorn seals, found at Harappa in 1999.
Some Very Interesting Indus Valley Tablets
Says visit was quite informative and she enjoyed witnessing an important site which is part of global history.
A new study,of variations in the Indian monsoon over 10,000 years, by researchers at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) is shedding new light on the end of the Harappan civilisation. According to a WHOI release: ‘The geological record and archaeological evidence tell a story of the possible fate of India’s earliest civilisations. Cultural changes occurred across the Indian Subcontinent as the climate became more arid after about 4,000 years.