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Khirsara's Harappan Glory
Excavations in Khirsara village in western Kutch reveal a "major industrial hub" and trading centre of the mature Harappan phase. By T. S. SUBRAMANIAN. Photographs by D. KRISHNAN, Photo Editor, The Hindu.


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