Sites pertaining to the Harappan or Indus Civilization of South Asia.
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A glimpse of South Asia before 1947, includes: a 90-slide show by Jonathon Kenoyer; photos; maps; and a detailed description of the Indus Civilization.
Ancient Gold Treasure Found
An article from the BBC reporting the discovery in Uttar Pradesh of gold jewelry belonging to the Indus Valley.
The Demise of Utopia
An article by Chris J D Kostman discussing the theorized collapse and transformation of the Harappan Civilization.
A course outline.
In Search of Those Elusive Centers and Peripheries
An article by Chris J.D. Kostman describing the place of the Harappan Civilization in 2nd millennia BCE world economy.
Indus Graffiti as Rock Art and Their Astronomical Implications
Article by N. S. Valluvan discusses interpretations of the Kanaga sign.
Indus Valley Civilization
A synopsis of the Harappan Civilization by Vinay Lal of the UCLA History Department.
The Indus Valley Civilization
A short synopsis of the Harappan Civilization. Includes pictures.
Indus Valley Civilization in Gujarat
Short descriptions of the Harappan towns of Dholavira, Lothal, and Surkotda.
Indus Valley, Inc.
An article from Discover Magazine asking whether the growth and existence of this civilization was due to a capitalist base.
International Conference on Revisiting Indus/Sarasvati Age & Ancient India
Details of a conference held in Georgia, 1996 by the World Association for Vedic studies and includes abstracts.
One hundred slides of the largest ancient Indus Valley city, Mohenjodaro. Full bibliography and essay.
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