(d) foothills of the Himalayas.
Among recent discoveries the most remarkable Harappan site, which was
probably a trading outpost meant for procuring lapis lazuli in particular, is
located at
(a) Shortughai in northeast Afghanistan
(b) Musa Khel in North-West Frontier Province
(c) Mundigak in south Afghanistan
(d) Damb Sadat in northeast Baluchistan.
While Lothal is the only Indus city whose citadel and lower town are together
surrounded by its city brick walls, one another Indus city has the distinction
of having its lower town also being surrounded by a separate massive brick
wall. Pick it out from among the following
(a) Sutkagendor
(b) Banawali
(c) Chanhudaro
(d) Kalibangan
Which one of the following Harappan sites has a stone fortification with
square bastions at the corners and in the centre of the longer sides?
(a) Amri
(b) Surkotada
(c) Mehrgarh
(d) Sutkagendor
The Harappan bricks were mainly
(a) sawn with the help of a saw-like instrument
(b) made in an open mould
(c) hand-made
(d) cut with the help of a chisel.
Assertion (A): A distinctive feature of the house construction of the
Harappans was that the roadward side of a block presented a plain blank
facade.
Reason (R): The entrances to the houses were from the narrow lanes which
were set at right angles to the main streets.
In the context of the above two statements, which one of the following is
correct?