Mark (b) if both ‘A’ and ‘R’ are true and ‘R’ is not the correct explanation for
Mark (c) if ‘A’ is true but ‘R’ is false.
Mark (d) if ‘A’ is false but ‘R’ true.
Assertion (A): Some Harappan sites are not in the vicinity of rivers.
Reason (R): Harappans learnt the art of digging wells for the supply of water.
Assertion (A): Harappans extensively followed the grid system in town
Reason (R): There are evidences of the radial pattern in some Harappan sites.
Assertion (A): Harappans exported a number of seals to Mesopotamia.
Reason (R): A member of Harappan seals were found in Mesopotamia.
Assertion (A): Mohenjodaro was rebuilt several times.
Reason (R): Harappans had plasticity of mind.
Assertion (A): There are more female terra cotta figurines than the male ones.
Reason (R): Women enjoyed a superior position in the Harappcm age.
Assertion (A): Indus women were kept in seclusion.
Reason (R): There were no windows facing the road to the Harappan houses.
Assertion (A): Harappans did not use metallic coins.
Reason (R): They did not have the technology to make metallic coins.
Assertion (A): Harappans exported raw cotton to Mesopotamia.
Reason (R): Harappans were the first to grow cotton.
Assertion (A): Harappans were not aware of the true arch.
Raason (R): Harappans used carbelled arch for covering drains.
Assertion (A): Harappan society was divided into different classes.
Reason (R): Different people used different kind of materials to decorate their
Assertion (A): The end of the Indus cities many have been precipitated by the
major incursions of indo-Aryan speaking people.
Reason (R): A number of Indus cities were already decaying due to the
interplay of several natural calamities   and inherent short-comings