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Published on January 17, 2008

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Indus Valley Civilization:  Indus Valley Civilization 1 Discovery of Indus Valley Civilization 2 Origins of Indus Valley Civilization 3 Geography of Indus Valley Civilization 4. Nature of Urbanization 5 Trade and Commerce and Links with Outside World 6 Theories Concerning the Decline of the Indus Valley Civilization. Acknowledgement: All slides are obtained from the web site of http://www.harappa.com/har/har0.html Theories of the Decline of Indus Valley Civilization:  Theories of the Decline of Indus Valley Civilization 1. The Myth of Aryan Invasion. 2. Environmental Sifts 3. New Researches Discovery of Indus Valley Civilization:  Discovery of Indus Valley Civilization 1. Charles Masson Expedition: Narrative of Various Journeys in Balochistan, Afghanistan and The Panjab (London, Richard Bentley,1842). 2. The Expedition of Alexander Burnes, and the archaeologist Sir Alexander Cunningham in the 1870's. 3. The excavation of Rai Bahadur Daya Ram Sahni, and by R.D. Banerji in 1920s. 4 The joint Pakistani American Harappa Archaeological Research Project Origins of Indus Valley Civilization:  Origins of Indus Valley Civilization 1. The Time Line of Indus Valley Civilization 2. New Dates Concerning the Origins of the Indian Civilization 3. Contemporary Ancient Civilizations. Geography of Indus Valley Civilization:  Geography of Indus Valley Civilization 1. Harappa and Mohenjodaro 2. Lothal and the Indian Sites 3. Continuation of Harappan Civilization in the Ido Gangetic Valley.                                         The Range of Indus Valley Nature of Urbanization:  Nature of Urbanization 1. Street Planning 2. Granary 3. Great Bath 4. Social Organization 5. Relations with Agrarian Hinterland. Trade and Commerce with Outside World:  Trade and Commerce with Outside World 1. Nature of Trade and Commerce 2. Routes of Trade and Commerce 3. Articles of Trade and Commerce 4. The Ruling Merchant Classes.

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