(b) Discovery of Mesopotamian goods in Indus cities
(c) Identification of Meluha of the Sumerian texts with the Indus region
(d) Radiocarbon dating
The burnt bricks of the Indus people are particularly significant for their
(a) technical excellence
(b) aesthetic sense
(c) utilitarian value
(d) standardisation
Which one of the Harappan cities is marked by the conspicuous absence of
the terracotta figurines of the Mother Goddess?
(a) Kalibangan
(b) Mohenjodaro
(c) Harappa
(d) Surkotada
The Indus wheels are essentially solid wheels. However, an exception to this
general rule is found in one of the terracotta toy vehicles, having spoked
wheels, discovered at one of the Indus sites. Pick it out from the following:
(a) Harappa
(b) Kalibangan
(c) Dholavira
(d) Mohenjodaro
Which of the following Harappan sites have revealed structures supposed to
be fire altars, but whose identity is not clearly established?
(i) Kalibangan
(ii) Lothal
(iii) Amri
(iv) Chanhudaro
(v) Surkotada
(vi) Alamgirpur
Choose the answer from the codes given below:
(a) i, ii and iii
(b) ii, iii and iv
(c) iii, iv and v
(d) ii, iv and vi