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The finds in Dholavira in Gujarat's Kutch district, unlike elsewhere, throw light on the rise and fall of the Indus civilisation in its entirety and in the correct sequence. By T.S. SUBRAMANIAN recently in Dholavira. Photographs by D. KRISHNAN.


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It would be better if this photos are combined into an article. It would help a better reading and reference.
from:  Ram
Posted on: Jul 4, 2013 at 22:26 IST
Your slide show pictures on The Harappan Hub accentuate the xcellent coverage of the Heritage article . Greatly apreciated ... & look forward to future coverage in Heritage section .
from:  Arun Kr
Posted on: Jul 4, 2013 at 08:17 IST

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