List of Archaeological Finding & Evidences | Prehistoric & Indus Valley Civilisation

The Archaeological theory is based on the interpretation of evidences and findings during excavation for a better understanding of human cultures. Here, we are giving the list of Archaeological Finding Evidences of the Prehistoric Indus Valley Civilisation which is very useful for the preparation of the competitive examinations like UPSC-prelims, SSC, State Services, NDA, CDS, and Railways etc.
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The Archaeological theory is based on the interpretation of evidences and findings during excavation for a better understanding of human cultures. The archaeological record can consist of the earliest ancient findings as well as contemporary artefacts.

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Here, we are giving the list of Archaeological Finding & Evidences of the Prehistoric & Indus Valley Civilisation which is very useful for the preparation of the competitive examinations like UPSC-prelims, SSC, State Services, NDA, CDS, and Railways etc.

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Archaeological Finding & Evidences during Indus Valley Civilisation

 Archaeological Finding & Evidences

 Place of Finding & Evidences

Cemetries 'H' And 'R' 37

Evidence Of Coffin Burial

Vanity Case

Bronze Models Of 'Ikkas' And 'Bullock Carts'

Stone Symbols Of Female Sex Organs

Strengthening of Defences In Later Phases

Single Roomed Barracks

Granaries

Granary Outside Citadel

Working Platform

Sandstone Steatite Of A Youth With Muscular Body

Bronze Image Of A Dog Attacking A Deer

Sandstone Girl Dancer

Reserved Slip Ware Of Mesopotamian Type

 

 

 

 

 Harappa

Temple Like Structure

Human Skeleton Huddled Together

Indicating Violent Death

Pasupati Mahadev Seals

Seal Depicting Mother Goddess With Plant Growing In Womb

Devastation By Flood

Collegiate Building

Assembly Hall

Granaries

Steatite Figure Of A Bearded Priest

Bronze Dancing Girl

Bronze Buffalo And Ram 

Cylindrical Seals of Mesopotamian Type three in Number

Evidence Of Horse from a Superficial Level

Fragment Of Woven Cloth

Corbelled Drain

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Mohenjo-Daro

City Without A Citadel

Small Pot (Probably An Ink Pot)

Shell Ornament Makers Factory

Metal Workers Factory

Bead Making Factory

Shell Ornament Makers Factory

Bangle Making Centre

 

 Chanhudaro

Evidence Of Rice

Fire Altars

Terracotta Models Of Ships / Boats

Houses Having Front Entrances

Bronze Rod Stick with Measure Marks

Dockyard

Medical Beliefs, Surgery of Skull

Painting On Jar Resembling the Story of Panchatantra

Harappan Game Similar To Chess Warehouse

Terracotta Figurine Of A Horse

Bead Making Factory

Shell Ornament Makers Factory

Metal Workers Factory 

Persian Gulf Seals

Bead Making Factory

A Merchant House

12 Bathrooms In The Citadel Area

Impression Of Cloth On Sealing

Reserved Slip Ware Of Mesopotamian Type

Evidence Of Joint Burial

Practice of Trephination

Reserved Slip Ware Of Mesopotamian Type

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Lothal

Practice of Trephination

Medical Beliefs, Surgery Of Skull

Terracotta Human Head

Six Types Of Pottery

Copper Bull

Evidence Of Ploughing

Camel Bones

 

 Kalibangan

Cities Where Lower Towns Were Fortified

Remains of Bones of Horse

Massive Fortification Wall of Semi

Undressed Stones

A Pot Containing Human Ashes

Evidence of Pot Burial

 Surkotada

Copper Two Wheeled Chariot with a Rider

Copper Rhinoceros

Copper Elephant

Copper Buffalo

 Daimabad

Mature Cottage Industry

 Balathol ( Raj)

Cities Where Lower Towns Were Fortified

Fire Altars

 Kali

Evidence of Rice

 Rangpur

Teeth of Horse

 Rana Ghundai

No Division of City

 Kot Diji

Absence of Mother Goddess Figurines

 Rangpur

Absence of Seals

 Alamgirpur

Shell Ornament Makers Factory

 Balakot

City Having a Middle Town Apart From the Citadel & Lower Town

 Dholvira

Instance of Rhinoceros (Depicted On Seal)

No Division of City

 Amri

Presence of Cotton before the Finding At Mohenjodaro

 Mehrgarh

Stone Factories

 Sukkur

Destruction by Burning

 Rana Ghundai

Terracotta Replica of Plough

 Banwali

Clay Plough

 Rakhigarhi

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