INDUS VALLEY CIVILISATION (part-1)

Urbanization is the process of cities growing. Although the term “civilization” connotes more large and abstract ideas, it actually refers to a particular stage of human culture that is frequently connected to writing and cities. Daya Ram Sahni began work on the excavations at Harappa in 1920, and R. D. Banerji began work on the…

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INDUS VALLEY CIVILISATION (part-3)

Decline of the Indus Valley Civilization Environmental Factors: Discuss the impact of climate change, floods, and earthquakes on agricultural productivity and the overall sustainability of the civilization. – Water Management Issues: Explore the challenges faced by the Indus Valley people in maintaining efficient water management systems, including the impact of changes in the river system.…

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INDUS VALLEY CIVILISATION (part -2)

Town Planning and Structures The Harappan culture was distinguished by its system of town planning.   Harappa and Mohenjodaro each had its own citadel or acropolis, which was possibly occupied by members of the ruling class. Below the citadel in each city lay a lower town containing brick houses, which were inhabited by the common…

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