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beyondcloudnine:

In awe… by divya babu

beyondcloudnine:

In awe… by divya babu


  # ewerything    # Golden Temple    # Sikh    # Sikhism    # Amritsar    # Punjab    # Gurudwara  

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rocks-n-bones:

Remembering the Harappa Civilization
The Harappa civilization existed by the banks of Indus river for more than 3000 years ending somewhere around 2000 - 1500 BC. Their trade activities included both exchange of goods as well as paying by money which was represented by bronze coins that were found at the site during the excavation. Their trade with Mesopotamia took place both by road and river as they had floating goods carriers for the purpose.

rocks-n-bones:

Remembering the Harappa Civilization

The Harappa civilization existed by the banks of Indus river for more than 3000 years ending somewhere around 2000 - 1500 BC. Their trade activities included both exchange of goods as well as paying by money which was represented by bronze coins that were found at the site during the excavation. Their trade with Mesopotamia took place both by road and river as they had floating goods carriers for the purpose.


  # archaeology    # asia    # punjab    # harappa    # anthropology    # history