the form of a parallelogram in plan.
(d) Harappans used bitumen extensively in the construction of houses.
Consider the following statements
(i) Doors were generally placed at the end of the walls rather than in middle.
(ii) Ordinary houses generally had windows on all sides.
(iii) An outside staircase suggests that the floors were occupied by different
families.
(iv) There are evidences of wooden posts being provided at the junction of
the walls.
Of these:
(a) All are correct
(b) i, ii and iii are correct
(c) i, iii and iv are correct
(d) ii, iii and iv are correct
Where do we have the evidence of flooring paved with tiles and bearing
typical intersecting design of circles?
(a) Banawali
(b) Lothal
(c) Kalibangan
(d) Mohenjodaro
Arrange the following classes from numerically the least to the highest as is
found at Mohenjodaro excavations
(i) Administrators and merchants
(ii) Common people and slaves
(iii) Artisans
Choose the correct answer from the codes below:
(a) iii, i, ii
(b) i, ii, iii
(c) i, iii, ii
(d) ii, iii, i
Which two places have yielded medical beliefs—and surgery of skull—of the
Indus people?
(a) Harappa and Amri
(b) Kalibangan and Banawali
(c) Lothal and Kalibangan