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Which among these is one of the oldest cities found in the Indian subcontinent?
The Harappan cities developed about _________ years ago.
The earlier cities which were divided into many parts had the western regions smaller and ____.
Which term do the archaeologists use to describe the earlier cities?
The eastern part of the earlier cities which were larger but shorter were called ______ cities.
A special tank named “The Great Bath” by the archaeologists was found in _________.
The cities of Kalibangan and Lothal had _______ where sacrifices were assumed to be performed.
Some of the oldest cities like Mohenjodaro, Harappa, and Lothal had ________ storehouses.
In the earlier cities, the drains of the houses were connected to those on the _______.
In the earlier cities ______ were provided at regular intervals to clean up the drains.
The Harappan people who planned the construction of special buildings were probably the _____.
In the Harappan cities ______ were the people who knew how to write and also helped to prepare the seals.
The people of the Harappan cities who made all kinds of things either in their homes or in special workshops were called ________.
In the Harappan cities, gold and silver were used to make _______ and vessels.
Copper and silver were used to make tools, _______, vessels, etc.
By using what did the Harappan people make seals.
The seals of the Harappan cities were generally ________ in shape.
Images of _______ were carved on the seals of the Harappan cities.
The pots made by the Harappan people had ________ designs.
At which place cotton was probably grown about 7000 years ago?
Which material was produced artificially in the Harappan cities?
The spindle whorls found in the Harappan cities were made of faience and ________ which were used to spin thread.
Which of these substances are found either naturally or produced by farmers or herders?
The cotton produced by the farmers is further processed to make _______.
The Harappan people probably got copper from the present-day ___________.
The Harappans also got copper from _____ which is situated in West Asia.
Tin and Copper were mixed to produce a metal called _____.
The Harappans got bronze from present-day ______ and _____.
The Harappans got gold from the present-day __________.
The Harappans brought precious stones from present-day Afghanistan, Iran, and ________.
The craftspersons, rulers, and scribes living in the cities got their food from the farmers and _______.
Which tool was used to dig the earth for planting seeds?
A Harappan town called Dholavira was located on _______ in the Rann of Kutch.
Among the Harappan cities, freshwater and fertile soil were found in _______.
The city of Dholavira was divided into ____parts, unlike the other cities.
The city of Dholavira was surrounded by ______walls having entrances through gateways.
A large _____ area was in the settlement of Dholavira where public ceremonies were held.
Lothal city was close to the gulf of ________.
The impression of seals on clay is called _______.
Most areas of Egypt are dry deserts except for those lying along the river _______.
The kings ruled over Egypt about ________ years ago.
The kings of Egypt sent _____ to distant lands to get gold, silver, ivory, etc.
The kings of Egypt built huge tombs known as ______.
The carefully preserved dead bodies of the kings of Egypt are called ________.