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Glory that was Harappan Civilization

Sanjib Kumar Singh (Author) Nayan Ananda Chakraborty (Author) Sangeeta Roy Chakraborty (Author)
Synopsis "Glory That was Harappan Civilization' is indeed, a complete book based on recent informations and perspectives of the great Harappan / Indus civilization. This is the first of its kind to provide in short a complete picture on the birth, rise and fall of the Harappan Civilization together with its pertinent features for the students, and to those who want to make an acquaintance with the archaeology of this sub-continent. Till date, the study on the Harappan Civilization was only confined to the erudite society, this publication has taken them into the door step of every individuals. This book will be the feast of eye for people from different walk of life."

Foreword. Preface. Introduction. 1. Formative stage and evolution. 2. Early Harappa. 3. Mature Harappa. 4. Town planning and architecture. 5. Pottery. 6. Metallurgical activities. 7. Art traditions. 8. Jewellery and ornaments. 9. Social structure. 10. Agriculture and economy. 11. Religious practices. 12. Seal, sealing and script. 13. Trade and commerce. 14. Burial practice.  15. Decline and aftermath. 16. Late/Degenerated Harappa. 17. Chronology and dating. 18. Geo-coordinates of the Harappan sites. Bibliography.
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About the author

Sanjib Kumar Singh

Sanjib Kumar Singh , a trained Archaeologist and museologist also belongs to the first batch of the Institute of Archaeology, Archaeological Survey of India, New Delhi. At present he is working in the National Museum, New Delhi, a premiere institution of the Department of Culture, Govt. of India. Besides books on Prehistory, Indus Valley Civilization, he has published a number of research papers in the national and international journals, bulletins, periodicals etc. Being the Secretary of the Association of the Central Government Cultural Professioinals, the academic welfare and upliftment of fellow professionals interest him the most. Presently he is engaged seriously in the new aspects of the history of Chandelas. He has been deputed by the Government of India to Singapore and Japan to organize International exhibitions and to deliver the public lectures.

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Bibliographic information

Title Glory that was Harappan Civilization
Format Hardcover
Date published: 05.03.2010
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Abhishek Prakashan
Language: English
isbn 8183900607
length xviii+150p., 34 Plates; 5 Maps; Figures; 25cm.