List of Indus Valley Civilization sites

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Indus Valley Civilization is an ancient civilization.

About Indus Valley Civilization[edit]

Indus Valley Civilization is spread across hundreds of sites and it had numerous inventions including hydraulic engineering, etc.

List of Sites[edit]

This is a List of Indus Valley Civilization sites.

Site District Province/State Country Image Excavations/Findings
Alamgirpur Meerut District Uttar Pradesh India Impression of cloth on trough
Babar Kot Saurashtra Gujrat India A stone fortification wall,[1] plant remains of millets & gram.[1] bajra(pennisetum typhoideum)etc.[2]
Balu, Haryana Fatehabad Haryana Indian Earliest evidence of garlic.[3]
Banawali Hisar District Haryana India Barley, terracotta figure of plough
Bargaon Saharanpur District[4] Uttar Pradesh India
Baror Sri Ganganagar district Rajasthan India human skeleton, ornaments, 5 meter long and 3 meter clay oven, a pitcher filled with 8000 thousand pearls

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Bhagatrav Bharuch District Gujarat India
Bhirrana Fatehabad District Haryana India Graffiti of a dancing girl on pottery, which resembles dancing girl statue found at Mohenjo-daro
Chanhudaro Nawabshah District Sindh Pakistan Bead making factory, use of lipstick,[6] only Indus site without a citadel
Daimabad Late Harappan Ahmadnagar District Maharashtra India bronze sculpture A sculpture of a bronze chariot, 45 cm long and 16 cm wide, yoked to two oxen, driven by a man 16 cm high standing in it; and three other bronze sculptures.[7] Southern-most IVC site
Desalpur in Nakhtrana Taluka, Kutch District Gujrat India Massive stone fortification, Harappan pottery, two script bearing seals, one of steatite and other of copper were also found; one script bearing terrecotta sealings was also found.[8]
Dholavira Kutch District Gujarat India Water reservoir, Dholavira Figure of chariot tied to a pair of bullocks and driven by a nude human, Water harvesting and number of reservoirs, use of rocks for constructions
Farmana Rohtak District Haryana India Largest burial site of IVC, with 65 burials, found in India
Ganeriwala Punjab Pakistan
Gola Dhoro near Bagasara Amreli district Gujarat India Production of shell bangles, semi precious beads etc.
Harappa Sahiwal District Punjab Pakistan Miniature Votive Images or Toy Models from Harappa, ca. 2500. Hand-modeled terra-cotta figurines with polychromy. Granaries, coffin burial, Lot of artefacts, Important IVC Town, First town which is Excavated and studied in detail
Hulas Saharanpur District Uttar Pradesh India
Jognakhera Kurukshetra Haryana India Copper smelting furnaces with copper slag and pot shards[9]
Kalibangan Hanumangarh District Rajasthan India Wesern mound called citadel Baked/burnt bangles, fire altars, small circular pits containing large urns and accompanied by pottery
Kanwari Hisar district Haryana India
Indus Valley Civilization Mound on the left
Pottery, unexcavated site available for excavation by contacting villagers
Karanpura near Bhadra city Hanumangarh district Rajasthan India skeleton of child, terracota like pottery, bangles, seals similar to other Harppan sites [10]
Khirasara Kutch District Gujarat India Ware House, Industrial area, gold, copper, semi precious stone, shell objects and weight hoards
Kerala-no-dhoro or Padri Kutch District Gujarat India Salt production centre, by evaporating sea water[11]
Kot Bala Lasbela District Balochistan Pakistan Earliest evidence of furnace, seaport
Kot Diji Khairpur District Sindh Pakistan
Kunal, Haryana Fatehabad District Haryana India Earliest Pre-Harappan site, Copper smelting.[12]
Kuntasi Rajkot District Gujarat India Small port
Lakhueen-jo-daro Sukkur District Sindh Pakistan
Larkana Larkana District Sindh Pakistan
Loteshwar Mehsana District Gujarat India Ancient archeological site[13]
Lothal Ahmedabad District Gujarat India Site lothal.jpg Bead making factory, dockyard, button seal, fire altars, painted jar, earliest cultivation of rice (1800 BC)
Manda,Jammu Jammu District Jammu & Kashmir India Northern Most Harappan site in Himalayan foodhills[14]
Malwan Surat District Gujarat India Southern Most Harappan site in India[15]
Mandi Uttar Pradesh India
Mehrgarh Kachi District Balochistan Pakistan Earliest agricultural community
Mitathal Bhiwani District Haryana India
Mohenjo-Daro Larkana District Sindh Pakistan Mohenjodaro Sindh.jpeg Great Bath (the biggest bath ghat), Great granary, Bronze dancing girl, Bearded man, terracotta toys, Bull seal, Pashupati seal, three cylindrical seals of the Mesopotamian type, a piece of woven cloth
Mundigak Kandahar Province Kandahar Afghanistan
Nausharo near Dadhar Kachi District Balochistan Pakistan
Ongar Hyderabad Sindh Pakistan
Pabumath Kutch District Gujrat India A large building complex, unicorn seal, shell bangles, beads, copper bangles, needles, antimony rods,steatite micro beads; pottery include large and medium size jars, beaker, dishes, dish-on-stand, perforated jars etc.; fine red pottery with black painted designs etc.[16]
Pir Shah Jurio Karachi Sindh Pakistan
Pirak Sibi Balochistan Pakistan
Rakhigarhi Hisar District Haryana India Terrecotta wheels, toys,figuries,pottery. Large site, partially excavated.
Rangpur Ahmedabad District Gujarat India Seaport
Rehman Dheri Dera Ismail Khan Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pakistan
Rojdi Rajkot District Gujarat India
Rupar Rupnagar District Punjab India
Sanauli[17] Baghpat District Uttar Pradesh India Burial site with 125 burials found
Sheri Khan Tarakai Bannu District Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Pakistan pottery, lithic artifact
Shikarpur, Gujarat[18] Kutch District Gujarat India Food habit details of Harappans
Shortugai Takhar Province Afghanistan
Siswal Hisar (district) Haryana India
Sokhta Koh Makran Balochistan Pakistan Pottery
Sothi near Baraut Bagpat district Uttar Pradesh India
Surkotada Kutch District Gujarat India Bones of a horse (only site)
Sutkagan Dor Makran Balochistan Pakistan Bangles of clay, Western most known site of IVC[19]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Singh, Upinder (2008). A History of Ancient and Early Medieval India : from the Stone Age to the 12th century. New Delhi: Pearson Education. p. 222. ISBN 9788131711200. 
  2. ^ Agnihotri, V.K.(Ed.) (1981). Indian History. Mumbai: Allied Publishers. pp. A–82. 
  3. ^ Singh, Upinder (2008). A History of Ancient and Early Medieval India : from the Stone Age to the 12th century. New Delhi: Pearson Education. pp. 137, 157. ISBN 9788131711200. 
  4. ^ Archeological Survey of India Publication:Indian Archeology 1963-64 A Review [1]
  5. ^ "Baror near Ramsinghpur". Rajasthan patrika newspaper. 19 June 2006. 
  6. ^ "Indus Valley Civilization". 
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  8. ^ Ghosh, A., ed. (1967). "Explorations and excavations: Gujarat: 19. Excavation at Desalpur (Gunthli), District Kutch". Indian Archeology 1963-64, A Review. Indian Archaeology (1963-64): 10–12. Retrieved 19 July 2012. 
  9. ^ Sabharwal, Vijay (2010-07-11). "Indus Valley site ravaged by floods". The Times Of India. 
  10. ^ "seals found at Karanpura". dainik bhaskar Hindi newspaper. 
  11. ^ McIntosh, Jane R. (2008). The ancient Indus Valley : new perspectives. Santa Barbara, Calif.: ABC-CLIO. p. 221. ISBN 1576079074. 
  12. ^ McIntosh, Jane R. (2008). The Ancient Indus Valley : New Perspectives. Santa Barbara, Calif.: ABC-CLIO. pp. 68,80,82,105,113. ISBN 9781576079072. 
  13. ^ McIntosh, Jane R. (2008). The Ancient Indus Valley : New Perspectives. Santa Barbara, Calif.: ABC-CLIO. pp. 62,74,412. ISBN 9781576079072. 
  14. ^ India Archeology 1976-77, A Review. Archeological Survey of India.Page 19.
  15. ^ Singh, Upinder (2008). A history of ancient and early medieval India : from the Stone Age to the 12th century. New Delhi: Pearson Education. p. 137. ISBN 9788131711200. 
  16. ^ Mittra, Debala, ed. (1980-81). "Indian Archeology 1980-81 A Review" (PDF). Indian Archeology 1980-81 a Review (Calcutta: Government of India, Archeological Survey of India): 14.  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  17. ^ Archeological Survey of India
  18. ^ Department of Archeology and Ancient History, Maharaja Sayyajirao University, Baroda. Excavations at Shikarpur,Gujarat 2008-2009.[3]
  19. ^ Possehl, Gregory L. (2003). The Indus Civilization : A Contemporary perspective ([3rd printing]. ed.). New Delhi: Vistaar Publications. pp. 79–80. ISBN 8178292912. 

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