- Ancient civilization: Cracking the Indus script
- One such is the city of Ganweriwala, discovered in the 1970s and apparently comparable in size with Mohenjo-daro and Harappa. If these sites, and some others within Pakistan and India, were to be excavated, there seems a reasonable prospect of a widely ...
- The broken thread
- This alternative theory is partly inspired by the recent discovery of over 600 separate Harappan sites in the semi-arid region between the Sutlej and the Yamuna.
- Harappan surprise
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- Rakhigarhi, the biggest Harappan site
- Mohenjo-daro, Harappa and Ganweriwala (all in Pakistan) and Rakhigarhi and Dholavira (both in India) are ranked as the first to the fifth biggest Harappan sites.
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