Bricks, Beads and Bones: the Harappan Civilisation
- Introduction to Harappan Civilisation
- Subsistence Strategies
- Mohenjodaro: a Planned Urban Centre
- Tracking Social Differences
- Finding Out About Craft Production
- Strategies for Procuring Materials
- Seals, Script, Weights
- Ancient Authority
- The End of the Civilisation
- Discovering the Harappan Civilisation
- Problems of Piecing Together the Past
Kings, Farmers and Towns: Early States and Economies
Kinship, Caste and Class: Early Societies
Thinkers, Beliefs and Buildings: Cultural Developments
- A Glimpse of Sanchi
- The Background: Sacrifices and Debates
- Beyond Worldly Pleasures: the Message of Mahavira
- The Buddha and the Quest for Enlightenment
- The Teachings of the Buddha
- Followers of the Buddha
- “Discovering” Stupas the Fate of Amaravati and Sanchi
- New Religious Traditions
- Can We “See” Everything?
Through the Eyes of Travellers: Perceptions of Society
Bhakti - Sufi Traditions: Changes in Religious Beliefs and Devotional Texts
- A Mosaic of Religious Beliefs and Practices
- Poems of Prayer Early Traditions of Bhakti
- The Virashaiva Tradition in Karnataka
- Religious Ferment in North India
- New Strands in the Fabric Islamic Traditions
- The Growth of Sufism
- The Chishtis in the Subcontinent
- New Devotional Paths Dialogue and Dissent in Northern India
- Reconstructing Histories of Religious Traditions
An Imperial Capital Vijayanagara
Peasants, Zamindars and the State: Agrarian Society and the Mughal Empire
Kings and Chronicles: the Mughal Courts
Colonialism and the Countryside: Exploring Official Archives
Rebels and the Raj: 1857 Revolt and Its Representations
Colonial Cities: Urbanisation, Planning and Architecture
Mahatma Gandhi and the Nationalist Movement: Civil Disobedience and Beyond
Understanding Partition: Politics, Memories, Experiences
Framing the Constitution: the Beginning of a New Era
Themes in Indian History Part 1
Political and Economic History - How Inscriptions tell a story.
A History of Buddhism - Sanchi Stupa
The Story of the First Cities - Harappan Archaeology
Social Histories - Using the Mahabharata
Themes in Indian History Part 2
Medieval Society Through Traveller'S Accounts
New Architecture - Hampi
The Mughal Court - Reconstructing Histories Through Chronicles
Religious Histories - The Bhakti-sufi Tradition
Agrarian Relations - The Ain-i- Akbari
Themes in Indian History Part 3
Colonialism and Rural Society - Evidence From Official Reports
Mahatma Gandhi Through Contemporary Eyes
Colonialism and Indian Towns - Town Plans and Municipal Reports
Partition Through Oral Sources
Representations of 1857
The Making of the Constitution
- Agricultural technologies
- How artefacts are identified
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Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct about the subsistence strategies of Harappa?
- Archaeologists have reconstructed dietary practices from finds of charred grains and seeds.
- According to the archaeo-zoologists Harappans domesticated cattle, sheep, goats, buffalo, and pigs.
- Archaeo-zoologists have studied grains found at Harappa like millets, barley, etc.
Choose the correct option.
Read the following information and identify the practitioners of a sub-discipline of archaeology.
|They are the specialists in ancient animal remains. They tried to study and understand the Harappans subsistence strategies through animal bones and found at Harappan sites and indicated that Harappan domesticated few animals|
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