Indus Valley Civilization-Chanhudaro, Suktagendor and Banawali

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Chanhudaro

  • It is 80 km from Mahenjodaro at Sarkand in Sindh.
  • Excavated by N. G. Majumdari and later by Mackay in 1935.
  • Harappan and Post-Harappan sites found.
  • Remnants of Jhukkar and Jhangar culture.
  • Ink pot has been found.
  • One of the greatest center of Camelian bead making.
  • No citadel has been found.
  • Drainage system was well developed.
  • Copper arms and ammunition have been found.
  • Bone tools and utensils have also been found.
  • Steatite-made square seals found.
  • Centre of shell-making and bangle making.

Suktagendor

  • In South Baluchistan on the Makran coast.
  • Excavated by Aurel Stein.
  • Citadel has been found.
  • Copper axe has been excavated.
  • Human urns have been found in pottery.
  • Birds picture appear on pottery.
  • It was a coastal trade center.

Banawali

  • In Hissar district in Haryana.
  • Pre-harappan and Post-harappan sites found.
  • Excavated by R. S. Bisht in 1973.
  • Citadel found.
  • No drainage system found.
  • Good quality of barley found.
  • Tools and figurines have been found.
  • 12 horned tiger seal found.
  • A clay model plough found.

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